A Bold Package For A Beer Crafted By Pure Peruvian Rainwater

by Andrew Gibbs on 02/12/2020 | 2 Minute Read

There are lots of wild ingredients and brewing processes that can go into a beer; just ask Dogfish Head. That said, we love this new lager from Raymi that not only has a sleek, elegant design but comes from Peruvian rainwater:

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"Raymi is a beer crafted with pure water provided by rain leaked through a mountain outside the city of Cusco, a truly mystic and magical place. Old tales about Cusco mention that the city has the shape of a Puma, and that was our inspiration to use it as a symbol of strength and elegance. We also designed the bottle with trapezoidal forms as a way to allude to the shape of the Inca's stones."   

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