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Close to downtown, but an oasis for beer lovers. Heineken has done a nice job with the public side of the brewery tour and shop. The tour could be less video and more on-premise looking and the gift shop could be bigger with bigger sizes,...More
My visit here at the Cerveceria Cuauhtemoc was great! First of all you must book the tour ahead of time and they will schedule you in. The process was a breeze. All I did was search for Visitas Guiada - Cerveceria Cuauhtemoc and I was...More
It’s not well marked for tourists. We were dropped at a service entrance. The folks working there provided us with instructions to another spot on the campus which ended up being wrong, but those folks pointed us in the right direction and we eventually made...More
You must call ahead if you plan on taking a tour, but otherwise you can sit in the beer garden and enjoy a cold beer. The day we went there was no beer on tap, just Tecate in a can, which was a bit disappointing,...More
I was a bit hesitant at first, but there wasn't anything to loose. The tour itself was free. My wife and I managed to get a reservation the same day. The tour itself was about an hour long and they give you FREE BEER at...More
This was a pretty good stretch of the legs to walk to the brewery from our hotel the Gran Ancira. We had hoped the monorail was working, but was out of service at the time. So, by the time we arrived, we were pretty thirsty....More
One of the world's largest breweries managed to give one of the most disappointing tours! The tour is free, but needs booking in advance due to its popularity. There's not much to write about as the tour consisted of an hour lecture about the labels...More