Due to the high gastronomic demand of Puerto Vallarta and the resounding success of the Beer Festival last year, it was decided to hold the second edition on November 17 and 18 at the Vallarta Institute of Culture located on the Cuale River Island.
The entrance will be free and the arrival of at least 3 thousand people is expected, between national and Canadian tourists who usually visit the port at that time of the year, in addition to the locals.
In this edition, the invited municipality will be Autlán and the attendees will be able to enjoy the typical offerings of the region.
There will be 12 brewers: Los Cuentos (PV), Los Muertos Brewing (PV), Yambak (Sayulita), Ameca River (PV), Buclas (Bucerias), Barrio Chico (Gdl.), Steinbock (Gdl.), Autlan Brewery ( Autlan), Minerva (Gdl.), Euro Beers (Gdl.), Vinomika (Gdl.), and for the first time, there will be a talk on the process of brewing, which will be given by the director of the Brewery Du Mouline and his master brewer, from the Festival Octenbulle de Boucheville in Montreal, Canada.
To complement the Festival, attendees can enjoy gastronomic delights such as: tacos, ceviches, aguachiles, birria, artisanal ice cream and flavoured water.
“As a destination, Puerto Vallarta is consolidated in its gastronomic offer, which goes hand in hand with the possibility of pairing, here we find a wide and solid offer of wines, liquors and beers, traditional and artisanal; It is precisely what we are looking for, to transmit the experience of craft beer to both tourists and local people,” said Edgar Cisneros, organizer of the Festival.
Escape the long weekend to Puerto Vallarta and enjoy the varied options that this sun and beach destination has to offer.
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