Argentinian beer headed for U.S.

If you've heard of Patagonia beer, chances are you're a traveler who stays off the beaten path or you're one heck of a beer maven.

The Argentinian brew, named for the stark, sweeping swath of South America, has been distributed only in very limited spots worldwide -- primarily southern South America, Saudi Arabia and parts of Europe. Now, it's being introduced to the U.S. market.

It's an additive- and preservative-free beer, brewed by Cerveceria Patagonia Primitiva in a plant established in 1884. The 100% malt brew is a blonde beer that, says the company, "perfectly responds to the current beer market demand, putting the accent in the quality and its character and taste that differentiates it from all the others."

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