Visited on 25th September 2016. Two roomed modern place, front has the bar and a fridge full of bottles, the back is set up as a restaurant.
Great range of beer from across the world, quality was excellent, service and prices good. Really liked this place and deserving of a high rate. One not to miss.
A small and narrow place with a bar out front and seating in the back. For all its metal a cozy place I would be happy to call local. Small but interesting beer list with a wacky and fun bottle list. Tiny samples for a price if you want to micro tick. I’m a fan.
Can be hard to find if you try to navigate with an inaccurate tourist map. I agree with MrHangover, it’s a pub, but of course they serve food too. Nice place, seemed to be popular among both locals and tourists. But, why not focus more on beer from Catalonia? German Kellerbier from tap? Maybe in Germany, I chose Tro Discipulus and Fort Nelson in da Hood. A good choice. Would like to spend some more time here. (Visited July 17th 2013)
Nice bar infront and a cozy restuarant in the back. 10 taps with a good selection of mostly international beer, Moor, Amager, MAgic Rock, Warpips, etc + a couple of local beers. Samples offered at 0,5 €. A good number of quality bottles to. Good and attentive english speaking service. Free wifi. Fairly priced. Didnt eat, but the should do good vegan food. Worth a visit.
5th bar visited on day 2 of the 2016 RBESG on 8th July. First ’cask ales’ we encountered on our visit, good keg tap list too, along with a large bottle choice. Local, Spanish and International beers in all forms (cask/keg/bottled). Modern and slick, friendly and attentive staff. I prefer the more traditional bars that Barcelona has to offer, but this is fine. It is aimed at beer drinkers a few years younger than myself.
Tiny bar in a quaint area of the city. A beer geek’s hangout, definitely. Tap selection is perhaps more interesting than any other bar I visited while in town, with imports ranging from Weihenstephaner Vitus to Mikkeller Kriek and Brewdog IPA. Only 1 local microbrew on tap though, but they had plenty in the fridge in bottles. Server spoke English and was obviously passionate about the place. There are only a few stools at the bar and a few other places to sit. Feels cramped and not too comfortable to be honest, but it’s still a great tap selection and would warrant return visits if I were to be in the area again.
Tucked into a charming neighborhood of El Born this bar is placed on small, but lovely square. Has a local feel to it. They had 10 taps and good selection of bottles. Taps were UK crafts like Magic Rock and Moor, local micros and couple of German beers. Bottles seemed bit expensive. Spent several nice evenings here and would like to come back.
well, what to say about this? It has a great score, and I can see why. That does not mean I agree though. The place is as hipster as you can get, but pretty hollow. To the naked eye, all aspects are great. The interior is amazing, and they have some truly awesome bottles not seen elsewhere in BCN. Underneath all that though, I saw a couple of things a truly great bar should try to avoid. bottles were priced by necklabels, yet roughly 60% of them didn’t have a necklabel. Some of them had a random different one than they should. Upon asking a price menu, i was answered by a super-energetic bartender , that used his energy to point out to me that a menu wasn’t possible with THIS beers !! (obviously thats BS as we print a menu daily in the bar I work. It’s a tough job, but possible ) but he didn’t provide any further help, too. The food was mainly focussed on Vegan and Vegetarian. Absolutely great for some, but only very limited choices for someone like me, strengtening the hipster-feel here. Prices were on the high side, even more so for the food. We truly didn’t enjoy this hollow atmosphere. There’s more to craft than having a nice interior and great beers in the fridge. i missed passion, energy used in the right way, quality, and knowledge, for instance. perhaps we went on a bad moment ?