When visiting Baguio City, what must-see places or must-do activities are usually included in your list? You’re probably thinking of visiting Baguio Cathedral Church, Burnham Park, and Mine’s View Park, and thinking of shopping at the public market, night market, food trip. How about adding something to that list of activities by treating yourself to the beer craft beers in town? On your next Baguio visit, head over to Baguio Craft Brewery.
Baguio Craft Brewery is a good place for tasting and enjoying authentic craft beers. They have at least 72 kinds of beer, but only some of them are available and made public seasonally or occasionally.
If you are not sure about which one to order, you may have a free taste before ordering.
Of course, we got to try some of them.
For me, the tastiest and the one that satisfied my cravings for beer is the one with a mix of coffee as I’m also a coffee lover.
On top of that, Baguio Craft Brewery has some mouth-watering eats that are perfect with the beers. I recommend that you try food from their bestselling menu.
The foods are pocket-friendly and especially served in big plates, good for group sharing, super belly worthy!
Baguio Craft beer has a cozy and instagrammable ambiance.
So you may also ask, are kids allowed? Baguio Craft Beer is a place for all ages. In fact, when we were there we spotted some families dining with kids who were also having a good time. Of course, parents/guardian’s supervision is highly advisable.
Do they have WIFI? Yes, they do.
Baguio Craft Brewery is a good place for crafted beers, perfectly located on the cliff that gives you an amazing view of the city. So the next time you crave for well-crafted beers and want delicious snacks to go with it, visit Baguio Craft Brewery. It’s a place you’d love to keep coming back to.
Special thanks to John and Kim for warmly accommodating us.
For more information, please contact Baguio Craft beers on their official facebook page at Baguio Craft Brewery. They are located at Km 4 Marcos Hwy 120 RKC Bldg., Baguio, Luzon 2600 Philippines.