30-some miles across the River Plate estuary from Buenos Aires, about an hour by fast ferry, lies the picturesque town of Colonia, Uruguay. Right in the middle of Colonia you will find an excellent brewpub called Barbot. It is a true brewpub with the brewing equipment located upstairs. When I stopped in, these were the beers on tap: a golden ale (Marilyn), a pale ale (Thames), a bitter (Burton)., a porter (de Lobo), a stout (Dubliner), an IPA (Mumbai), a honey ale (no name), and a Belgian Blonde (Monsastere). Of course, I had to work through a sampler tray and check them all.
The dining space is several spaces: a few tables out in front on the sidewalk, most of the tables inside, a bar area with barstools, and in the back, an open patio with a pretty tree and the back of the brick pizza oven to fill a corner.