Wesley Brewery has its origins in the 1950s, when Eduardo Wesley, a former WWII combatant, settled in Patagonia. With an entrepreneurial spirit, he established his farm on the outskirts of Bariloche, where he developed various hobbies, including home-brewing of liqueurs, ciders, and beer with regional products. Sixty years later, his grandchildren follow in his footsteps, this time with the production of craft beer. There they make their beers with the purest water in the Cordillera, which comes from the slopes of Cerro Campanario. They use fresh hops from the Andean Region and imported and excellent quality malts. Today the beer produced by Wesley Brewery not only quenches the thirst of friends, but has been present in the most important pubs in Bariloche and the country for some time. They continue seeking to improve quality and stimulating the manufacture of new varieties.