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.
This is a very hard place to review as I loved and hated it. The place is nice and very English with all the wood. A very young vibe. Staff was superb, some of the nicest and best staff in Barcelona. Beer was very bland and no flights, but take a tour and you get them all. Bottle list was bizarre, with the great, rare and just bad all in attendance. Take away prices are really good. Although I wouldn’t likely go back, I am glad I went.
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)
A friendly bar with great service brewing some rather unusual style for Spain. The beers were ultimately not particularly exciting, but indeed for Spain, they were really pushing the boundaries of brewing and the place feels comfortable enough, though you can’t expect many people before 10 p.m. as thius is barcelona after all. They just kept bringing tons of peanuts and various snacks after tons of various snacks for free.
Went there in November of 2006. Overall, I liked this place, although they have little beers on taps, but considering this is one of very few BPs in the region, its better than nothing. The food was good and cheap, regional Catalan tapas: I had the Pebrots de brandade de Bacalla (a cod filled peppers) and the Mil Fills de botifana negra i patata (fluffy pastry with black pudding and potatoes), for a few euros eacg. The decor is breweriana meets a Spanish basement. They sell beers to go for 6 euros (500 ml). The only thing that really bothered me was the 80s music.
Lowenbrau (344) Asturias, Oviedo, Spain | October 18, 2015| Updated October 19, 2015
Maybe this was a worthy place some years ago, but seems that this is not true anymore. We just wanted to try some beers and were served full pints without asking (ok, we didn´t request half pint, but service must always ask...). The chili porter was completely infected, and the smoked one was off. Really poor experience.