Bariloche’s Original Micro-Brewery Cervecería Blest Lives On, and So Does the View

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Cervecería Blest was Bariloche’s first microbrewery and is now a veteran on the beer scene.

Today successful microbrew beer brand with locations around Argentina, the flagship location is an obligatory stop while in Bariloche or on the Seven Lakes Route on your way out of town.

The restaurant, located 11 kilometers out of town, provides a lakeside view and unique atmosphere with an old fashion delivery truck out front and antique decor including beer steins, kegs and license plates.

The walls are covered with coasters that have been autographed by guests —declarations of love, musings on life and hopes for the future, some of them quite amusing.

A poster on the wall proclaims: “No Blest, No Glory.”

A Local Bariloche Summertime Hangout

Since 1989 the Blest Beerhouse is a great place to eat outside in the summertime with a group of friends or family while surrounded by glorious views of the Andes over Lake Nahuel Huapi.

Inside, the cozy wooden booths provide a warm place to pass a few hours in winter, perhaps after a day of skiing at Cerro Catedral.

Artesal Beer Tasters & Food Menu

The menu consists of pizzas, sandwiches, terrific ‘picada’ meat and cheese platters and gaucho favorites like potpie, with entrees running between US$ 4-12.

Blest is the specialty on tap, but you may want to venture out to other brands — if you’re a beer connoisseur ask for a taster to help you decide.

Go early, it gets crowded at dinnertime and on nice afternoons.

photos courtesy of Cervecería Blest

Cervecería Blest
Av. Exequiel Bustillo 3900
Short circuit, Bariloche
Tel: (02944) 461-026
• Hours 6 p.m.- 1 a.m. everyday

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