Really modern and new looking place. Pretty small area with a few tables and counters. Bartenders were helpful and friendly. They had six house beers on tap but one was sold out. The beer was okay, only the stout would I consider good. They don’t have a food menu (this is a really small place) but do hand out little servings of nuts or olives with each beer. Prices were fairly decent. Overall not an amazing place but I enjoyed my visit and it was interesting to see how the Spanish craft beer scene is doing.
A bit of mixed experience, but well worth a visit if you're in the area. Bar is small, and right at the front of the brewery, so you do get a brewpub atmosphere here. Seating is very limited, and the room is quite sterile, so not very intimate or cozy. Tried most of their beers, none of them very memorable, and there's probably room for improvement both with regard to quality and creativity. Service and tapas boards were top notch.
Visited 22-SEP-2017, with Morten.
Very small place. Very, very crowded a Friday night. The most optimized-for-space-brewery I have seen. 500 L kettels crammed together in the back with just enough room for at brewer to squeze through. All beers in the bar are own brews. We tasted a Brown Ale and an IPA. Both good and American inspired - though not top class. Just good enough to pleasant drinks. The beers come in three sizes. Even a small 10 cl glass. Handy if you want to try more.
We gave up finding a spot inside and took a stand in the street. No tables or chairs here, though.