Kunstmann Kneipe, Bellavista

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SANTIAGO | Kunstmann have been brewing German style beers in Valdivia, Chile since 1989, reviving a tradition of brewing German beers in Chile that dates back to 1851, but was lost over the years.

Their Bellavista beer hall is the best place for visitors to Santiago to try their beers. It’s a German-style beer hall with a large indoor and outdoor space. You’ll find 16 beers on tap, including the entire core range and seasonal specialties. If it’s new world craft you’re after, Kunstmann isn’t the place for you. Here it’s all about German-style beers done well. Think pilsners, hefeweisens, and doppelbocks. Having said that, the brewers do experiment, with limited releases that use things like experimental hops and specialty ingredients (within the confines of the Reinheitsgebot or “German Beer Purity Law” of course).

For food, it’s traditional German food like pork knuckle, potatoes, sauerkraut, and roast meat, along with some Chilean favourites like empanadas. There are also seafood and vegetarian options available.

Do be aware that you have to order food if you want to drink but a full meal is not required – a bowl of chips or a starter of empanadas.

Kunstmann Kneipe (Bellavista)

Constitución 57
Providencia
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 2 2732 9141
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Wed: 12:30pm to 12:30am
Thu – Sun: 12:30pm to 1:30am

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