Practically next door to Blest is Berlina Brewing's pub. In this case the production brewery is in a different location, but I did pass that way on a mountain bike the next day and get a pic. The pub is pleasant and had six styles on tap this day: Golden, Weizen, IPA, PIPA, Stout, and Ale de Comarca (loosely translates as hereabouts or region). Stats are listed, abv, IBUs, and that color-chart number, SRM. The stout, which I tried, scoped out at 6%, 38 IBUs, and a dark 48 SRM. Main thing is a nice rich malty taste.
Pictures of the brewing works, a few miles away, are on display in the pub, but as mentioned, I saw the building the next day huffing and puffing up a dirt road on a mountain bike in the village of Colonia Suizo (Swiss Colony).
(Visited 11/30 & 12/1/13)