By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Originally set against a dusty backdrop of mechanical shops along Leblon’s Rua Tubira, local company Jeffrey Special Products had a knock-on effect on the area’s aesthetic when it opened. Set up by four Cariocas interested in travel and cultural exchange, Jeffrey began creating craft beer in 2014.
Almost three years later, the company has two beers and a range of non-alcoholic, organic grape juices. Their first beer, Niña, with lemon and coriander flavors, has won several international awards and the team launched a second beer, a . . .