A bottle shop and bar combined into one. Located in the old part of the town. A decent number of taps. A pretty decent selection of bottled house beers (various styles), no other Andorra beers at the time. Belgian beers are in majority, but also some other stuff. Staff is not the most attentive and the place gets busy and very loud really fast due to it’s smallness. Not the best place, but certainly by far the greatest in the country.
Combined beerpub and bottle-shop, friendly staff, guests from all over the world, about 8 taps and some hundred bottles. Birreria loves belgium beers. And of course they have andorrans. (Visit 4jun2016)
DrNosha (157) Württemberg, Germany, Germany | August 24, 2016| Updated May 17, 2017
Mehr Bar als Bottelshop. Sehr große Auswahl an Flaschenbieren, dazu 6-8 Fassbiere. Schwerpunkt Belgien. Dazu Allerlei aus der Welt der Biere. Zu empfehlen ist das Hauseigene IPA aus Andorra. Die Ladenschlusszeiten sind wohl nur als Empfehlung zu verstehen. Ich saß an einem Mittwoch noch um 0:30 uhr am Tresen. Mit Glück gibt es einen Live Jam mit Gitarre, Gesang und Schlagzeug. Alternatives Publikum. Der Laden hat eine strikte antirasisstische und antisexistische Agenda! Sehr zu empfehlen. In Andorra sicherlich konkurenzlos.
Great beer shop in busy bustling hot Andorra, a treat. Owner has collected beers from all over the world, but more important to me beer from Alpha, the local brewer. However the brewer is relocating, so only few bottles left, which he pulled out of this fridge - labels gone bad, but beer is great. Also his own brew on sale, advertised as the only Andorra beer, competing? I can only advise beer lovers to visit the place.
A bit more of a beer bar than a beer store, but no complaints either way. Eight taps when I was there and a bottle selection that hovers about 80 or so. Solid pricing. Good service with fluent English speakers. Some seating outdoors at a nearby plaza. Didn’t eat, but the only food were New York style hot dogs. Still, a good place to get Andorran beers and try a few other items.
Beer store doubling as a bar with a couple of tables where you can sit and enjoy the merchandise. the selection is a little on the conservative side, mostly the regular belgian offerings, a few other imports plus a couple of rather bland beers from Andorra. Very few IPA’s, stouts, porters or sours in stock. Good service.
I was close to Andorra, so I just had to stop by... The town is much more modern and tourist than I expected (by I wasn’t well prepared). What I found was much better than I could have hoped for. Okay the lady behind the bar didn’t seem super knowledgable (but then I don’t speak Catalan or Spanish), but the shop looks great. Full of beers (some, admitedly, dangerously close to the daylight), well presented. Best, however, is the surprisingly good selection. Andorra (Alpha) beers and Catalan micros (cheap), American craft (Rogue, Boon; not cheap), modern Europeans (De Molen. Mikkeler) as well as a full selection of Belgians and random world beers. All trappists, some (proper) Belgian sours and German stuff. Also fun to enjoy a beer on the spot with dozens in the fridge and 7 (bit boring) taps. All in all a really good experience and in fact just to enjoy a good beer outside craptastic tourist trap plazas elsewhere in town I already highly recommend it. Oh, and did I say Andorra beer ticks?