Artesanal and craft beers – real ale – in Tenerife

I’m asked susprisingly (for me) often where people can find “real ale”, and not being a beer drinker I don’t actually know if “artesanal beers” are generally the same thing, but yesterday in the Salon Gastronómico in Santa Cruz I discovered that there was a BeerShooter shop in Santa Cruz. This company sells all sorts of craft beers, including international names, so I hope the info helps. There is a website for the company and the shop HERE, and a Facebook page HERE. And if you know of any other shops selling these sorts of beer, or bars where they’re served, please do post in the comments box below … I’ve called the post Artesanal and craft beers – real ale – in Tenerife so it should show up easily if anyone is using the search box on any of those terms!

5 Comments

  1. If real Tenerife brewed craft beer is what you seek, then check out the Tacoa Brewer in El Sauzal. Brewed with 100% natural ingredients, I have found the beers to be very moorish. Ranging from the usual light beers, through IPA to my favourite, the Tacoa Porter – they all embody the principles of traditional craft beers. You can find the range in some specialty bars so take a look and give them a try.

  2. The links you’ve posted Janet, don’t seem to be what I’m sure you thought they were. The first HERE comes up as a security risk and the second HERE is a brewery in Barcelona

  3. Author

    The links are fine, the problem is Google because they don’t like that the website doesn’t have a security certificate acceptable to Google. The site is safe. Just take out the http bit at the front of the URL and it should work .

    As to a brewery in Barcelona, this is a chain of franchises with main company in Barcelona.

  4. Janet, although your “solution” will often work, I think you might be a bit mixed up with your reasoning.

    The offending link in your post starts with https:// which essentially tells the browser that the site is secure but it’s not a secure site so the browser (not Google) will complain. The site doesn’t claim to be secure so the link should start with http:// which will work.

  5. Author

    IP thank you so much! It was originally told to me by someone who knew about tech but wasn’t all that great at explaining it.

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