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Santa Fe is recognized as the land of beer. Several international brands chose Cervecería Santa Fe to make their own in Argentina.
On the first Friday of August of each year, International Beer Day is celebrated in many parts of the world. Its origin dates back to 2007 and was celebrated for the first time in the city of Santa Cruz, California . Since then, the celebration takes place in more than 200 cities in 50 countries .
Santa Fe is known as a land of brewers and that is why there are several international brands that chose Cervecería Santa Fe to elaborate in Argentina . Dutch Heineken and Amstel , Mexican Sol and American Miller leave every day, all over the country, from Santa Fe.
“We have two great strengths: unmatched water quality and quality brewers . That combination made these 4 brands choose us to produce exactly the same beers that triumph in many countries around the world , “says Marcelo Scotta , deputy manager of Quality of the company. He added: “For many years all the beers produced in Brewery are made from a 100% natural process , that is, without additives or preservatives of any kind: only water, cereals and hops, which ensures beers of very superior quality .”
With the recent addition of Miller GenuineDraft last year, the company became the first brewer in the world to produce so many leading international brands in one place.
In the context of recent changes in the brewing industry at national level, the US Budweiser will no longer be part of the international brand portfolio of the company and will stop being manufactured in our city . The brand has been like a beer from ABI, the company that brews Quilmes beer in Argentina .
It is known that Santa Fe has a deep brewing tradition that brings together a real passion for the quality of its beer . To achieve this, we have one of the most modern breweries in South America and the comparative advantage of quality water is key when it comes to brewing a good beer .
In this sense, the Paraná River, which is characterized by its soft water , with low iron content and without heavy metals (being what oxidizes beer most), provides unbeatable properties for the brewing industry . These qualities of water used in Santa Fe have a remarkable resemblance to those found in the Plsen region of Czech Republic, which is globally recognized for its beers .
Source: Uno Entre Rios
Publication Date: 11/01/2020
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