Your favorite beer in Latin America?

Discussion in 'Latin America' started by Misery Goat, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. Misery Goat

    Misery Goat Positating the negative Super Moderator

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    so far for me it's Moza in Guatemala, hands down. I'm not much for pilsners so I'm always on the quest for the bueno oscura.

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    All the runner ups are in Mexico:

    Bohemia Obscura

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    Negra Modelo

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    Indio

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    The remainder of Central America and so far South America (in Ecuador now) seem to be more pilsner oriented. I've sampled a few here and there but none are that memorable.

    Will I find any good oscura cerveza as I head south?
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  2. Arte

    Arte Pata de Perro

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    I tasted QUILMES BOCK at Sao Paulo BR, I really liked

    also the BRAHMA MORENA is good.

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  3. MikeMike

    MikeMike Long timer

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    Thank you for saving me the time to have to post a picture of El Indio!
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  4. crashmaster

    crashmaster ow, my balls!

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    Moza. No contest. :strum De Barril es la mejor. :thumb
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  5. Lone Rider

    Lone Rider Registered User

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    The dark beers use dog crap to obtain their color and taste.
    I much prefer beers that look like dog pee, rather than dog crap.
    Maybe it's pilsner, dunno...

    Support Carta Blanca farms, as they raise the very best bottles of beer.
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  6. jimmy2020

    jimmy2020 limpiador de ventanas

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    not my favorite, but tastes great after some good surf in Costa Rica.
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  7. slideways

    slideways España

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    Bahia or Port Royal (Honduras)
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  8. SCExpat

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    I like dark beers myself.....well OK any beer. :1drink But I prefer the darker varieties when I have a choice. If you like Guiness stout try the Brahma black in Brazil. Very similar but a little sweeter. My favorite by far. Second would be Nova Schin Munich

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  9. ApexJeff

    ApexJeff Been here awhile

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    These beers (ya, I was born in Wisconsin, youse knows) are ok, but I really like the Modelo Negra and Bohemia when in Mexico goes well with papas and camerons... I rode from Alaska down to the gap last year, plan on finishing this winter over Yucatan and Belize and finally SA in 2012.

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  10. pdedse

    pdedse paraelamigosincero

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    I like Sol (sorry, but this was the only foto I could find:wink: ), but I like it mainly for their slogan:

    "Hasta los vampiros toman Sol"
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    pdedse paraelamigosincero

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  14. dirtydeeds

    dirtydeeds I'm alive.

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    CusqueNa Dark. From Cuzco, Peru.

    It's the dogs bollocks.
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  15. miguelR

    miguelR biker

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    QUILMES (Argentina) or BRAHMA (Brazil), of course!!!
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  16. DRZ400mike

    DRZ400mike Been here awhile

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  17. Slowphil

    Slowphil Big Man in a very very small pond

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    This has to be my favourite so far, that is until I get further down to check out more :clap :clap :clap :clap
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  18. kaiserkyhl

    kaiserkyhl The journey is the reward!

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    you need to come try our home brew. We've imported a micro brewery from Germany and are brewing a Gold Rooster and a Black Rooster - soon we'll ad a Red Rooster to.

    Its all at Roosters Rock'n'Brewery in Cali, Colombia. 3 houses from Casa Blanca Hostel:freaky

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  19. jabroka

    jabroka Been here awhile

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    there are a few "boutique" beers here in Argentina that are much better than Quilmes or any other big brand.. if you have time i'd visit BARBAROJA (redbeard) http://www.barbaroja.com.ar/ and ANTARES http://www.cervezaantares.com/ The ANTARES cream stout is one of the best beers i've ever tasted..
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  20. trailtrick

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