Growing Supply of Restaurants in Guatemala

The Salvadoran company Cadejo Brewing Company has announced the opening of its first restaurant in Guatemala City, in which it will offer local dishes and its line of craft beers.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

The Salvadoran brand of craft beers entered the Guatemalan market in 2016, and representatives from the company reported that the restaurant will be inaugurated this week and will be located in zone 10 of Guatemala City, in front of the Plaza Fontabella shopping center.

See "Guatemala: Craft Beer Supply Growing"

Regarding the services on offer at the new establishment, Prensalibre.com explains that " ... The restaurant will feature local dishes and will make available to customers six signature beers: Negra, Mera Belga, Roja, Hija de Pooh, WAPA and La Suegra. In addition, there will be four seasonal varieties in bottles and on tap."

See also "Central America bought more wines in 2017"

The article reports that "... Currently, the brewery's production plant, which has an annual capacity of up to 12,000 hectoliters (100,000 boxes), is operating at half capacity. Of its total production, which ranges between 5,000 and 6,000 hectoliters per year, 50% is consumed in El Salvador and the rest is exported." 

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