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Turibus Cervecero (Expérience de la bière artisanale)

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Explorez la scène de la bière artisanale en plein essor de Mexico lors de cette excursion d'une demi-journée en bus. Détendez-vous sur un Turibus à toit rétractable à deux étages tout en naviguant dans la ville avec un guide professionnel bilingue qui vous donnera un aperçu de la culture de la bière locale. En savoir plus sur le processus de brassage et profiter de dégustations dans quatre brasseries (Crisanta, Reform, Cru Cru et Tap Room) lors d'une excursion amusante et abordable.
  • Goûtez à la bière artisanale de Mexico lors d'une excursion d'une demi-journée
  • Voyagez de lieu en lieu avec votre autobus à impériale confortable
  • Obtenez un aperçu de la culture de la bière mexicaine à partir d'un guide informatif
  • Boire dans quatre brasseries différentes avec des dégustations incluses dans le prix du voyage

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Craft beer is in its infancy in CDMX
Jeffjinn
, avr. 2019
I went on this tour because I am in the craft beer business in the US and wanted to see what was happening in CDMX - not much. The tour started pretty strong with a visit to La Reforma Brewery, a small packaging brewery, where we watched a video in the brewhouse on how beer is made before having a pint in their tasting room. The brewery was clean and well organized and the beer was decent. The next stop was Cru Cru where in the historic Roma district where we got a history of the small brewery before having a pint there. It was an interesting old building and they served some unique beers that were ok. I had never seem a packaging brewery using a 5BBL system, but like I said, craft beer is in its infancy in CDMX! After these two stops the tour went downhill - at the Falling Piano Brewery we met in the disorganized and dirty brewhouse to get a pseudo-tour by an employee who didn't really know anything except how the brewery got its name. We then went up to the bar for a beer - they had quite a few beers on tap but I would rate the beer average to below. The last stop wasn't a brewery, but a beer bar where the music was cranked up to ear-splitting decibels. The "tour" consisted of taking us into the "largest beer cooler in Mexico" to show us the kegs there - ? Very weird and the cooler wasn't that big and also held all the food for the restaurant. They had some beers pre-poured for us and we could choose one of two styles. I actually called an Uber from the bar and took off as I had seen enough. Our guide was very pleasant and did a good job of explaining how beer is made and how the craft beer business is developing in Mexico. Riding around the city in a double decker open top bus, dodging tree limbs and power lines was probably the most fun part of the tour.

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