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El Bolson March 21, 2007

Posted by Jason in Argentina, culture, Patagonia, South America.
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Arrival back into civilisation could not be much better.  The “hippie” town of El Bolson has welcomed us with open arms.

El Bolson

The food is excellent, the climate has been kind (warm sunny days!), a welcome change from the chilly days of Southern Patagonia, and the beer is awesome!

We have spent the day wondering aimlessly around the local market that happens 3 days a week here.  The locals sell there local goods clothing, crafts,  homemade food and local Artesanal Beer.

Jason enjoying the laid back atmosphere of El Bolson!    Chez after bying some organic homemade beer    Jason enjoying the fruits of El Bolson

Purely in the interests of finding out about the local culture we have been eating the local produce of Empanadas(Argentinian pie), Quiches, Fruit puddings and Alfajores (the most amazing biscuit with Dulce De Leche). All amazing, washed down with a couple of Artesanal beers!

El Bolson is a Mecca of locally brewed beers.  3 different types are available.  Rubia (like a strong Lager), Roja (like a continental beer or British or Pale Ale) and Negra (like a stout).  All are excellent.

So far here we have tried 7Lagos beer, Piltri Cerveza Casera, Aracuana, Cerveceria El Bolson and Ilegales beers.  Just superb!

Chez enjoying the local beers      El Bolson beers      7 Lagos beers, locally brewed sold at the market

This is a laid back town that has great food and great beer.  We had a wonderful meal at “Martin Sheffield” restaurant with excellent service and again locally brewed beers on draught.  We can recommend the Trucha Pie (trout pie) which was amazing.  You eat it between 2 and is enormous! Its so tasty with trout, salmon, sweet potatoes and Aubergene and more, each mouthful is different.

Martin Sheffield restaurant

With all this good food and beer will we ever get back to the mountains?  I think it is Chezza´s plan to keep us here!  But scenery here nestled between mountains near the Chilean border is fantastic.  We will have to drag ourselves away at some point!

  

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1. Otto Tipp - March 30, 2009

Te faltó probar Cervecería Patagónica Otto Tipp
Saludos

2. monsterdre - June 7, 2011

If one is almost certainly according to believe most of your current macroeconomists out there we will definately keep on with unemployment around all of your current ranges designed for a handful of time according to come. beats studio


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