If you’re a fan of microbrews and artesian beer, then don’t miss out on the 2018 Craft Beer Sessions, taking place in Lima
About the festival
The sixth edition of the Craft Beer Sessions will take place this Friday 23 rd (6 to 11 pm) and Saturday
24th (1 to 11 pm) at the Juan Parra del Riego Cultural Center in Barranco (Pedro de Osma 135). The
event will gather fourteen of the best craft beers made in town, presenting twenty-eight different beers. The Indian Pale Ale with its exuberant aroma and flavors will be the star during these two days.
There will be live bands and food catered by Wingman and Julieta Food Truck. Parents can bring their children
on Saturday early afternoon as there will be special fun activities for the little ones.
This year’s festival focuses on IPAs. There are many breweries around the city that brew great versions of this essential microbrew. If you’re a big fan of IPAs, you surely will not be disappointed.
Breweries that will be represented at the festival include Agora, Barbarian, Barranco Beer Company, Cervecería del Valle, Cumbres, Greenga, Invictus, Magdalena, Melkim, Oveja Negra, Red Cervecera, Sierra Andina, Two Brothers Brewing, Cervecería Zenith.
Loko Bono will play tropical music, and El Oriente will be playing Cumbia music. Here is a taste of Loco Bono’s music:
DJ Shushupe will play electronic fusion and folklore
La Nueva Invasión will play innovative fusion styles
Get your tickets at the door, or online
The entrance fee for the event is 28 soles, which includes a free glass and a first free fill. After that, you can refill your glass with beers of your choice for only 10 soles.
Click here to book your tickets online
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