Baguio Beers and Kapampangan Dishes in one Flavorful Collab

For almost a year, Baguio Craft Brewery has opened its doors to beer lovers in Zambales through their Subic Branch located at Harbor Point, Ayala Mall, Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Expect a unique taste of their traditional brewed beers as they’re made from the freshest ingredients of Cordillera. No additives, no preservatives or any adjuncts are supplemented making their beers all natural.

“Our mission is to produce unique, quality hand crafted beers that are second to none. We at Baguio Craft Brewery honor the traditional craft brewing philosophy,” says Christopher Ordas, the Corporate President of the company.

Their menu items are made skillfully to provide the freshest food possible. With roughly 50 plus brews and with 21 craft beers on tap, Baguio Craft Brewery is proud to offer Philippines’ largest selection of draft beer.

They also take time and effort to complement their beers with dishes for a perfect drinking experience.

This year, Baguio Craft Brewery Subic collaborates with Apag Marangle, a well-known Kapampangan restaurant based in San Fernando City, Pampanga to create a new set of flavorful menu to be combined with their selection of gourmets beers that will surely give a whole new gustatory sensation to both beer and food lovers.

The new menu in collaboration with Apag Marangle includes crispy pata, kare-kare, 4-hour slow-cooked humba, well-grinded corn soup, stuffed frogs, enseladang pako, sisig, Kapampangan version of dinuguan, and of course, the famous nasing marangle (Pinakbet Rice).

This food selection is indeed a perfect fusion with the kick of the beers. But, of course, I do have a favorite and that would be their combination of Englishman in New York beer and the stuffed frog. You’ll be amazed how an exotic food is elevated through a beer. So for those who are faint-hearted, this can be an extreme experience that you’ll definitely enjoy. Their betute and ensaladang pako are also a must try.

Aside from the unmissed flavors, I also love the ambience of the space. Its rustic theme accented with few Cordilleran pieces makes sense-good for meet ups and barkada hang outs.

Photo from the facebook page of Baguio Craft Brewery Subic

Baguio Craft Brewery will open its third store in Cebu this year. They are 100% Filipino-owned and operated business and they envision becoming the, if not, one of the premium craft beer brands in the Philippines and in Asia.

For inquiries, visit their website at or you can follow them on their social media accounts @baguiocraftbrewery. If you have inquiries, email them at

Hi I’m Reginald Agsalon but you can call me “Reg”. Blogging is one of my passion – i love to tell stories and share my adventures and experiences.
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