It’s here that the Incas, known for their engineering and artisanship, built what would become one of the New 7 Wonders of the World—Machu Picchu. A wonder that is crafted with stonework so precise that, to this day, not even a knife can fit between the stones.
That same dedication to detail survives today just to the southeast of Machu Picchu in Cusco, the most important city of the entire Inca empire. Cusco is home to the only beer brewed to that same ancient standard of Inca excellence—Cerveza Cusqueña.
Cusqueña uniquely combines the light and crisp taste of Latin beers with the depth and flavor of European pilsners. Such an intricate marriage only is achievable by a beer that is brewed with Inca craftsmanship, sourced from the purest glacier water 18,000 feet in the Andes Mountains, and remains true to its German brewing heritage by adhering to the German Purity Law of 1516 (the Reinheitsbegot).
Learn more about Cusquena by viewing their website here: