Villaviciosa Asturias Beer Guide: Your Villaviciosa Asturias guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Villaviciosa Asturias

60 /100 MARQUES DE VILLAVICIOSA, 13
“Cervecería con 8 grifos algunas botellas, trato amable, local poco acogedor.“
fombe89 1236 days ago
76 /100 BARRIO SANTA ANA
“With Lowenbrau as driver, thanks mate! Great new place, with a nice tour. Good service, moderate knowlegde about the fermentation proces. Recomendation: Go for the tour, you get lost of sidre and a nice, small meal.“
Hansen 2442 days ago
80 /100 BARRIO SANTA ANA
“We took a guided tour of this place with Zita and Hansen. The facilities are quite new, dating from 2011, when they moved here from the original ones, located few km away. The new ones are quite ample, (for a non large cider mill) and well structured. Fermentation tank room was impressive. We had several samples, of the both ciders they produce here, Natural and DOP, right out the fermentors, and had some nice snacks, local cheeses and cured meat, all of them included in the ticket. The old vats hall, where they now hold popular partys, was so nice.“
Lowenbrau 2470 days ago
56 /100 PLAZA GENERALÍSIMO, 29
“Typical asturian "chigre". Classic Sidreria in the heart of one of the capital cider towns in Asturias. Coro cider oferred, quite fresh and tasty. Some typical food, fair prices, frequented by locals and some visitors during high season.“
Lowenbrau 2642 days ago
78 /100 C/ MALIAYO 1
“You are in the cider pumping heart of Spain, Villaviciosa, and this is one of the most recommended places.
They have many bottles of cider aligned on the wall, I don’t know how many can be actually bought, but the "house cider" (was the Sidra natural J. Tomas" in August 2005) is excellent, sour astringent and tarty.
Do you find your way reading a Spanish menu? then you will be satisfied, the food is excellent as well!
One last thing: they don’t leave the bottle on the table, everytime you want to drink a sip, you call the waitress, she will serve you exactly one inch of cider, pouring by keeping the bottle as high as she can and the glass as low. Unique experience.“
fiulijn 5593 days ago
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