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The Beer Festival Is Back to Puerto Vallarta!

Estefanía Montes
Nov. 14, 2018
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Thanks to its success last year, the Festival de la Cerveza will be back in Puerto Vallarta, this second edition to be held November 17 and 18 at the Instituto Vallartense de Cultura, located on the Rio Cuale Island. Entrance will be free of charge.

The beer festival will feature 13 breweries, from Puerto Vallarta, Bucerías, Sayulita, Guadalajara, Autlán and Canada. Attend and find out about more than 89 styles and varieties of the highest quality craft beer.

Among the local brands will be Cervecería Los Cuentos, Los Muertos Brewing, Yambak (Sayulita), Río Ameca and Buclas (Bucerías).

Also, enjoy the food area, where there will be tacos, ceviches, aguachiles, artisanal ice creams and flavored waters, as well as live music, with bands playing throughout the day to set the mood for the event.

As special guests, the director of Brewery Du Mouline and his brew master, from the Festival Octenbulle de Boucheville in Montreal, Canada, will attend the festival.

 

Learn more about the Festival de la Cerveza at facebook.com/brewmasterspv.

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