How to Drink Beer Like a Local in Peru

They say the way to a country’s soul and culture is through its food customs, but many will agree that to truly understand a country and its culture, you need to immerse yourself in its drinking culture. If you love your beer more than other alcoholic drinks, you should be heading straight towards Peru because beer is just as popular as Pisco, the drink most commonly associated with Peru. Read more..

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Pisco for One?

When travelling in Peru one thing that you will always notice is the friendliness and warm hospitality of the people. That, and that they know how to have a good fiesta! Peruvians love to dance and have fun, and that includes the odd drink or five. Yet even drinking becomes an activity between friends here, so rather than ordering your own beer as in Europe or America, people will share the same bottle and sometimes the same cup, making drinking a really social activity. Read more..

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Sushi and cocktails: welcome to Lima!

The evening after Stu and I first rocked up at the Karikuy headquarters last week, fresh (ha!) off a 16-hour bus journey, we were whisked off into Lima by Julio and his friends to enjoy a night on the town. It was Saturday night, and there was no time to waste! [Continue reading…]

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