Una impresionante selección de birras, con algo así como 540 referencias (muchas muy normales), no es óbice para un local donde los camareros no son nada atentos, la música es mala y alta. Los precios exagerados. La comida no pasa de las salchipapas. Más una discoteca que una cervecería.
The best bar for beer in Madrid for me, especially when you consider selection and variaty in beer styles. Has about 20 beers on tap, mostly beers from belgium. On bottles they have both some american, english, german and some from spain. The atmosphere is really nice, kind od a english brown pub style. The owner (I think) Mario was also a really nice guy and really liked to talk to te costumers. One of the only places where a spainard works who actually can speak wuite good english. I would come here again if I go to Madrid. They also have great food here!
La Casa is a fantastic beer bar in a city that doesn’t have many... great selection and reasonable prices. Beer menu has ~30 taps and over 500 bottles with 100 Belgians. Decent selection of american crafts including Left Hand, Flying dog, Anchor and Great Divide but unfortunately were out of most while we were there. Bartender was knowledgeable and steered me to a few Belgians I hadn’t tried before. The bar is near Bilboa metro stop and is easy to find. We didn’t eat there but they had a tapas menu. Well worth a try for the great selection.
Good location close to other beer places in Madrid. Very good selection of beer in the printed menu, but unfortunately lots of them were out of stock. Not the most attentative staff. Plus for outside tables on the sidewalk. Good selction of Belgian, American and German beers plus some other interesting. We went there mainly to try out some South-American beer which they have a small, but interesting selection of.
Good selection of latin american beers- however- severel beers ordered were no longer available. Also good USA selection, German & Belgian- but not to good on spanish micros.
Well worth a visit for the south American selection