Owe shares with beer the mystique of its history, the magic of those moments that change the course of history, those predestined or random situations that generate profound changes and teach new directions.
It is said that the first beers were the product of chance, the spontaneous fermentation of the cereals used to make the bread, which, when left to soak, gave rise to a sweet drink that, when it was drunk, generated that rejoicing that only good shared moments produce.
It is unpredictable that the stories of two neuquinos cross, at 1200 km from home, sharing the same curiosity and passion, and even more unexpected is that from that moment a common project emerges sharing the same vision, but it happened.
In the search for a suitable name for this project, a manuscript text on the Mapuche language provides a word that stands out and accompanies the vision and reason of the undertaking. And this is how Owe was born, a sound similar to the one with which the Mapuches referred to the vast desert areas of Patagonia. Owe would be that place in the desert of lovers of good beers.
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