Beers in the Valley

Apus Peru have a sister NGO called Threads of Peru www.threadsofperu.com with whom we work directly in support of their work; “..connect(ing) the world to handmade textiles of Peru helping to preserve ancient craft techniques and empower indigenous artisans.”

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Threads of Peru work with great commitment and dedication in their continued efforts to create a sustainable international market for the amazing textile products created by weaving communities in rural Cusco.

It seems we are not the only ones that consider Threads of Peru (ToP) a worthy organisation and positive contributing force in Cusco. The folk down at The Sacred Valley Brewing company (Cerveceria del Valle Sagrado) also think so too! http://www.sacredvalleybrewingcompany.com/about-us.html Their team consists of: Alex Ball (New Jersey, U.S.), Juan Mayorga (Peru), and Joseph Giammatteo, the Brew-Master (Maryland, U.S.).

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On the last Saturday of every month the brewery holds a party to celebrate their wonderful beer and 20 percent of beer sales go to a non-profit of the brewery’s choice. ToP was chosen for March, so naturally we headed out to the Valley in support of our friends and partners at ToP and to enjoy a couple of pints in the process!

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It was a really great turn out, the weather was perfect and the beer flowed freely all in support of a good cause! In addition to the monthly party, the tasting room (or tap room) is open to the public from Friday to Sunday in the afternoons or by special arrangement.

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Interested in making a visit as part of your Sacred Valley tour?? Please contact us at reservas@apus-peru.com

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