Traveling to Latin America for business is great, but you will find high quality beer in short supply. Trying to drink local usually means dealing with the domestic lager equivalent of Budweiser, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Colombia is still dominated by golden swill, but Bogotá Beer Company launched the craft trend a decade ago and others, like 3 Cordilleras, have popped up. But for my money, the best around is Bogotá brew pub Statua Rota, which makes a signature porter, pale ale, and various seasonal offerings. With a convenient location in Chapinero on Carrera 7 and Calle 54, it is well worth the trip. I’ve never been disappointed, and the young brothers who own Statua Rota ensure everyone feels at home in their welcoming, wood-walled tavern.