Lowenbrau (314) Asturias, Oviedo, Spain | October 18, 2015| Updated October 19, 2015
Maybe this was a worthy place some years ago, but seems that this is not true anymore. We just wanted to try some beers and were served full pints without asking (ok, we didnīt request half pint, but service must always ask...). The chili porter was completely infected, and the smoked one was off. Really poor experience.
A decent enough place, a brown wood pub in a fairly British style(?). Service nice enough, majority of beers were off and/or messy. So a bad experience. And were out of quite a few of theirs. Not worth dropping by.
Pretty cool pub setting with a lot of seating and beer old school beer dťcor. Servers were very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. They had six or seven of their beers on tap as well as many bottles from other craft breweries. The had the salmon croquetas and they were good but a little overpriced. The beer, however, was severely overpriced considering their pedestrian quality. None of their beers were good...........didnít really have much flavor or aroma and were quite watery. Overall Iíd rather just go to a craft beer pub with better prices but Iím glad I tried the place I suppose.
A generic name for a generic brewpub withgeneric beers. Donít get me wrong, I was happy to sit here and tick a few of their beers, but donít expect anything crazy. Having said that, there were some more experimental beers on tap (Apricot Lime Pale Ale...) so who knows whatís coming? Quality is okay. Oddly the few people that were around in this roomy bar (it was early and empty) ordered craft from other brewers such as BrewDog and De Molen. A bit of a dark place to be, but good to stop by for some ticking. Friendly service, despite some language issues at first.