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Keep cool with a craft beer tour in Lanzarote


Highlights
How to Enjoy Carnival on Tenerife
Deserted beach and abandoned salt pans in Lanzarote
La Palma: A Heaven for Stargazing
Experience participating in Transgrancanaria
A Road Trip Around the North of Fuerteventura
A Journey to the end of the World, or to Punta de Orchilla
Diversity on the rocks: Hundreds of unique species
La Gomera, the romantic getaway
Following a Tapas Route on Tenerife
Enjoy a trek to the highest point in Lanzarote
Fiesta de la Cruz on La Palma
Gran Canaria’s Other Rock: Sacred Roque Bentayga
A day in the outback of Fuerteventura
Walking to the Beautiful Valley on La Gomera
"Fototrek” an amazing annual photographic adventure in El Hierro
An incredible Whale & Dolphin watching experience in Tenerife
The secret white sand beaches of Lanzarote
On the sunny side: Los Llanos de Aridane
Exploring South Fuerteventura by Car
The Best Bit of Las Canteras Beach is Underwater
La Gomera, lush and beautiful
Paragliding above the valley of El Hierro. What an experience!
Three ways to enjoy Teide in Tenerife
Tasting Lanzarote: Cosecha 2015
La Palma, a taste of the tropics
Jardín Canario Viera y Clavijo, one of the highlights of Gran Canaria
From a Magic Spring to a Secret Lake, Five Curiosities on La Gomera
Jinama and Charco Azul
Amazing boat excursion to the Archipiélago Chinijo marine reserve
Lanzarote sunrises
La Palma: a Treasure Trove of landscapes in One Island
Viewpoint Mirador de la Peña, the smallest hotel of the world and the giant lizard
A Hike Around Gran Canaria's Volcanic Hotspot
Fuerteventura, Strong Wind
La Gomera: A day visiting dolphins and whales
Lanzarote fishing: Fresh fish for lunch
Exploring the Historic Centre of La Laguna
“Ruta de la Tapa” in Valverde
Driving the Las Mimbreras road
Discover the Beautiful North of Lanzarote by Car
Excursion to the Isla de Lobos
La Gomera – a rural tourism paradise
Festival of La Bajada de la Virgen de los Reyes
A morning in Santa Cruz de La Palma
The water route, Valverde and the Bonanza rock
Exploring the San Juan Volcano
Vegueta: Time Travel In Las Palmas de Gran Canaria’s Old Town
Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out on Trekking Masca in Tenerife
Experience Tinajo: Rural traditions and breathtaking natural beauty
A lovely stroll around Villa de Valverde
A Spring Tour Of Gran Canaria
Through the back roads of El Paso
Relaxation and wellbeing, enjoying Lanzarote´s natural treasures
A trip along the coast of El Golfo, El Hierro
Exploring the Highs and Lows of Puerto de Mogán
Why You Will Absolutely Love Exploring Amazing La Graciosa
The Wild North of La Palma
Tenerife, best locations and the British favourite hotspots
Enjoy the best of Lanzarote at Noches de Jameos
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Menceyes and our Lady of Candelaria, in Tenerife
The Wine Run Lanzarote: food, wine and scenery
Experience the beauty of the pink caves of Puertito de Los Molinos
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A must do in Fuerteventura – Picnic in the dunes of Corralejo
Playa San Juan in Tenerife, a charming place
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The five best places to eat in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura
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Relaxing Weekend staying in the picture perfect beaches of El Cotillo – Fuerteventura
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How to Enjoy North Tenerife and Wine Tasting in One Amazing Trip
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El Tablado, La Palma’s remotest settlement
Swimming And Snorkelling At El Puertillo in North Gran Canaria
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18 Mar 2019

Sipping a cool beer in the sunshine is many people’s idea of heaven. In fact, it’s probably one of the first things you’ll do when on arrival for your Lanzarote holiday!

Even better if it’s high quality beer, which some would say that they brings certain health benefits .

Discover Lanzarote beer for yourself

The good news is that Lanzarote also has authentic microbreweries that produce around fifteen different types of beer between them. I went out to discover some of them with with Wine Tours Lanzarote, who offer this Craft Beer Tour on Friday afternoons (great timing!).

Craft Beer Tours Lanzarote on the terrace at Los Aljibes, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Ollie and Dan, who run this small, friendly business, will pick you up and drop you off near your accommodation: very handy after tasting seven craft beers in an afternoon! Groups are small so with only nine people, everyone had a chance to savour the beers, ask questions and enjoy a few laughs together.

Los Aljibes de Tahiche

The first microbrewery we visited was Los Aljibes de Tahiche.

Entrance to Los Aljibes de Tahiche with Craft Beer Tours Lanzarote, Canary Islands

As the name suggests, this beer is brewed inside 18th-centuery aljibes (traditional stone water storage vaults). Water has always been scarce in Lanzarote and these tanks have been used for centuries, to capture rainwater and runoff from overnight dew.

The importance of water quality

Today, all water in Lanzarote is desalinated. This has its advantages in that the water is purer, although it also lacks some essential minerals which the breweries themselves replenish. This attention to detail in water quality is essential considering that water represents 97% of beer, the remaining 3% consisting of malt, hops and yeast. The type of water available directly influences the type of beer brewed.

Gardens at Los Aljibes de Tahiche inspired by the Cactus Garden, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

The site where Los Aljibes now stands was previously a tourist attraction that didn’t quite take off. Its garden terraces took inspiration from César Manrique’s Cactus Garden.

Lanzarote’s first microbrewery

Hernán, the original Argentinian founder, ran a restaurant at the site but also wanted to pursue his dream of brewing beer. After travelling to Italy to learn the ropes with a craft beer industry expert, Paolo de Martin, he set up Lanzarote’s first microbrewery at Los Aljibes in 2014. He was later joined by British partner, Gavin, who also joined us on our tour.

Gavin and Hernán have a motto: “we only brew what we like.” In fact, none of their beer have over 5% alcohol content. Today they produce around 32,000 litres per year, which can be enjoyed either at the brewery itself or at The Tap Room in Costa Teguise

Los Aljibes de Tahiche microbrewery in Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Getting down to business

Helles was the thirst-quencher served as a welcome drink on an outdoor shady terrace.  This light, refreshing and fruity beer (4.5%) is perfect for a hot and sunny Lanzarote afternoon.

Gavin serving a beer at Los Aljibes de Tahiche, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Out tour then took us to where the magic happens: the aljibes. The old water tanks are perfect for brewing as they maintain an interior temperature at a constantly cool 18°C. We saw the equipment first hand and learned about the seven main stages of the brewing process. This is carried out using only two pieces of equipment, which are meticulously cleaned between stages to maintain high quality standards.

A selection of different hops at Los Aljibes de Tahiche, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Ollie is a mine of information and I learned so many interesting facts. Did you know that hops have been used for centuries in herbal medicine? Or that brown glass bottles filter out UV light and help preserve craft beer for longer?

Craft beer making process at Los Aljibes de Tahiche, Lanzarote, Canary Islands 

The second taster was the Oktoberfest – a 4.6% Marzen beer brewed with 6 malts and 1 hop variety. A sweet and full-bodied flavour with a darker colour.

Craft beer tasting with local cheese at Los Aljibes de Tahiche, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Back on the terrace, we sampled some local cheese to accompany the lovely IPA (Indian Pale Ale) – named “Tea” (after an indigenous Canary Island tree) – a fruity beer made with six hops, and with passion fruit and grapefruit aromas.

Interestingly, Indian Pale Ale came about during colonial times, as beer exported from the UK to India turned sour by the time it got there. For this reason, more hops were added, preserving it for long enough to be enjoyed after it’s long journey eastwards.

Having sufficiently warmed up after our first three samples, we headed to Arrecife for our next stop:

Cerveza NAO

El Camarote bar at Cerveza NAO Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Cerveza NAO is set in the heart of Puerto Naos, Arrecife’s traditional fishing quarter. The area oozes maritime tradition which is reflected in the interior of the brewery’s small bar – “El Camarote.”

Maritime theme at Cerveza NAO Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Lanzarote-born owner Miguel worked in advertising in Madrid for years. He always loved beer…but not bad beer! His interest in craft beer grew and after some training, he returned to Lanzarote and set up Cerveza NAO in 2016. He even uses raw barley from the Canary Islands, which gives his beer a local touch.

Behind the scenes

The brewing room at Cerveza NAO in Lanzarote, Canary Islands

We had a quick yet informative tour of the small but seriously efficient microbrewery in the back of the building. It’s incredible to think that today around 3000 litres of beer are produced every month, the equivalent of about 10,000 bottles a year.

Cerveza NAO is the only Lanzarote craft beer that you’ll find in some of the island’s main supermarkets.

Going from strength to strength

Craft beers at Cerveza NAO in Arrecife, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

The Marinera beer (4.8%) was the first of NAO’s delicacies we savoured – light, crisp and refreshing and perfect in the warm sun.

Next was Ataque Cabrón (5.3%). This IPL (Indian Pale Lager) was the result of a collaboration between five different Canary Islands microbreweries. Brewed with lager yeasts (as opposed to ale yeasts), it has a fruity aroma and is lighter and crispier than a typical IPA.

Kim Edwards Buarque at Cerveza NAO during a craft beer tour with Wine Tours Lanzarote, Canary Islands

The beers were getting stronger by the minute as we now progressed to the 6.5% Mucho. Full-bodied and fruity with lots of malt and hops, this is one to be savoured slowly.

The Boss

We were then presented with El Patrón (which means ‘The Boss’)at a whopping 7.6%. This rich black IPA is brewed with three different hops, and five different malts which, along with the coffee, caramel and chocolate characteristics, make it a darker beer.

Craft beer in Tinajo

Malpeis craft beer house in Tinajo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

If you’re in the Tinajo area, then check out Malpeis. This is the third of Lanzarote’s microbreweries and is not currently included in this tour. They have five beers on tap and it also one of the microbreweries that contributed to the Ataque Cabrón limited edition beer.

Mural with craft beermaking process at Malpeis, Tinajo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Science + passion = great craft beer

Tania comes from a Tinajo winemaking family and is an oenologist and agricultural engineer, while Orlando is an international opera singer.

Orlando had always been interested in beermaking and started investigating further during downtime between opera performances while in Finland. At the same time, Tania chose beermaking as a topic for her university thesis. The two things came together, and in 2014 they produced their first beer in the small back room of their current base in Tinajo, initially only open for tasting and take-away purchases.

Malpeis craft beers in Tinajo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Five craft beers on tap

In 2017, the bar above them became vacant and they opened Malpeis bar.  They serve five different beers on tap, although you can also buy bottles: APA 4.4% (American Pale Ale), Coffee Porter 4.4%, Rofe 7% (Bock), Bermeja 6.7% (IPA) and Jable 5.3% (Blond Ale).

Outside terrace at Malpeis craft beer bar in Tinajo, Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Malpeis is now a popular hangout for both locals and visitors. It also has spacious outdoor terrace, serves quality tapas and occasionally hosts musical events in a great social atmosphere.

Now you have plenty of excuses to enjoy a craft beer in the sunshine in Lanzarote! Not only is it of excellent quality, but each one is different and has a story to tell. To discover more about Lanzarote craft beers, contact info@winetourslanzarote.com.

 

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