Antes que nada el sitio, muy bonito en un barrio mas bonito aun, dentro se respira aire a pub.
Sus cervezas son correctas y bien hecha, aunque nada de excepcional.
Unica nota negativa las cervezas pasada de fecha, tome una Kernel a 7€ con el Amarillo ya ido, y a pesar de que me reconocieron el defecto, me lo cobraron al mismo precio.
Perdonable vista la gran selección de botella que ofrece este lugar, que es seguramente digno de conocerlo.
*Ambiance bien, mais presque trop américaine, belle déco
*Service presque sympa, mais la réponse sur la bière "I dont know I dont drink smoked beer..." ah bon ok, merci.
*selection rien de super extra ordinaire, mais ca passe
*Food, cher pour des tapas, 5 croquettes 8 €, pfiouf
*Value, bière bonne mais sans grande surprise, prix dans la fourchette haute
*overall, ca laisse une impression de : on reviendra pas, mais c’était quand même sympa, ou alors si on passe dans le coin, mais cela ne vaut pas le détour.
Nice looking place - classic pub style with brewery behind glass doors. Selection, apart from their own beers, is very good. 3 Fonteinen, American craft beers, Belgians on tap and bottle etc. The brewpub beers were pretty crappy with lots of weird flavours. Service however was excellent. The guy who served us beers didn’t come with the usual stupid "info" on the beers, but was really knowledgable about the beer and the styles they had.
Nice brewpub and relaxing atmosphere early in the evening. About 75 bottles in the menu, but I focused only on their own beer from tap. I tried all five and would not rate any of them as world class beer. But, some were quite ok and the new Imperial Stout 11,0 % was the best. The waiter told me a lot about their beer but it was hard to find any information about ABV. (Visited July 16th 2013)
Cozy place, large square bar in the center with tables all around. Visible brewing equipment. The beers were pretty average, but they had a fairly large and interesting bottle selection of Other People’s Beers. Service was decent enough, tapas were OK.
Happened to be the first place we visited in the city. They had at least 8 of their own beers, while currently only 5, ranging from good to excellent. They also had quite nice bottle selection of other Spanish micros and some better European and US crafted beers. Ambiance is just great, with brewing equipment visible from almost everywhere inside and staff was helpful and knowledgeable. Also English speaking. Food was OK, but more like a tapas (snack) and pretty expensive. Beer prices were usual for the city. Generally a must in Barcelona, it’s not only a brewpub!