Sucre Beer Guide

Not normally known for its beer, Sucre (and Bolivia as a whole) is on the cusp of a boom in beer diversity. The last couple of years have seen high quality micro-breweries popping up across the city at an increasing rate.

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The industry is still young and a bit of work is needed on the beer lover’s part to track down the best brews. To help you out, here is our guide to the best of Sucre’s beer scene.

Ted’s Cerveceria

Produced and sold by Cafe Florin owner Ted Handele, Ted’s Cerveceria beers are great Dutch / Belgian-style brews, which include an amber ale, a potent honey beer and a delicious wheat beer flavored with orange and cilantro.

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Goblin Bar and Microbrewery

Goblin Bar is a new micro-brewery and bar offering their own range of artisanal craft ales. They currently produce a light golden ale, an amber ale and a dark, stout-like “copper” ale.

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Sureña Beer

Produced since 1971, the Sureña beer range is Sucre’s mass-market beer. The beers, which range from a pale lager to a dark amber ale named “piglet”, are available throughout the city.

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Nativa Artisanal Beer

Nativa Artisanal beers are a range of micro-brewed beers on offer in Amsterdam Cafe. The range features a blond ale, a red ale and a porter.

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Cerveceria Vicos

Cerveceria Vicos is a Sucre-based micro-brewery. Their elusive beer range includes the ch’ama beer made with coca leaves, as well as a honey beer, a quinoa beer and a beer brewed with cactus seed.

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