Antonio wrote:Some years ago I tried to open a homemade brewery in Lima. I got some equipment and imported malt, hops and yeast. Also bought some equipment as stainless steel pots, gas stoves, filters, pumps, etc.
I took it all as an adventure, more than a business. I am not a guy who like to drink so much beer, but anyway I tried. After a while I notice that the national flavor for beer was very "flat". Most of peruvians like the traditional flavor of beer as Cusqueña or Cristal. It's hard to have a brewery in Lima as a business. Also the cost of importing small amount of ingredients is very expensive too. I left the idea into the drawer.
There was one that as far as i know dissapeared. The name was Palos de Moguer, and was located at a very good place in a rich area in Lima. The only I still remember exist is "de thomas" brewery, located in Rosa Toro avenue, San Borja
Antonio: Wow - Thank you! I am definitely going to try it out.
I found the address online as well:
Restaurante y Casa Cervecera "De Tomas"
Av. Agustín La Rosa Toro Nº1151
Lima 41 - Perú
I will report back to how it went.