Buller: The first microbrewery in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Looking to grab a drink while on a tour of Argentina? At Buller, the first brewery in Buenos Aires, you can sample seven delicious beers, each crafted to perfection and calling out to connoisseurs or passersby in the mood for a refreshing beverage. This fall, you should try the Oktoberfest or Porter, especially if the weather's a bit on the cold side.
Bringing Argentina back to its roots
The folks at Buller Brewing Company were determined to bring back the artisan side of beermaking in an attempt to pioneer a city-wide appreciation for what seems to have become a lost craft. Although brewmasters use modern equipment, they still use old-fashioned methods to create the perfect glass of beer, including using fresh hops and being patient with the fermentation process.
A typical flight
With seven different brews to choose from, you might find it difficult to narrow down your choices, even if you happen to pick a six-beer sampler. To get the best out of every layer of flavor, you may want to start your tasting with a lighter drink, such as the light lager or pale cream ale. These libations typically have a low bitterness and are the perfect appetizer for richer brews. Once you're done sipping your honey-hued drink, it's time to introduce your palate to stronger brews, such as the IPA or dry stout. These pungent drinks use more hops and malts to create a bitter taste.
During your Argentina tour, you'll have the chance to try the region's traditional fare, but if you're in the mood for more of the comfort foods you're used to, then Buller has you covered with menu items like pizza, cheeseburgers and fried chicken - all great complements to a tall one.