The most interesting shop if you are in Barcelona; it was open just in August 2006 and they have 100 beers available, more to come. The selection is basically Belgian, but with good ones (thou not rare), such as Binchoise, the 3 versions of La Queue De Charrue, De Graal, and the quite rare Livinus Blonde. If you live in Barcelona this place is essential; if you are a tourist and your name is not Joris, you can still find a new beer.
Nice little bar and store on the edge of the gothic quarter with a few taps, a few casks and quite a few bottles to choose from. Sadly, they do not have a lot of local microbrews on their taps (which is often the case in Barcelona, it seems), but the selection is still quality throughout, from Fuller’s on cask, to Rogue and Brewfist on the taps. They serve basic but flavorful pub bites too. The 2-3 tables in the back room make for a quiet place to drink your pint, but I found the bar in the store not too appealing. I just don’t feel like sitting in a store layout, I guess. Overall, this is still a great place to stop by when you are walking around the Old Town. You are sure to find something good to drink, or take away.
Visited in 2013. Located in El Barri Gotic, not that far from Rambla. Can get busy in the evenings. Mind the opening hours. They had around 10 taps, some local stuff, German, US (Rogue) and Swiss brews. Good selection of bottles. Tapas were good. Worth visiting if you find yourself nearby (you probably are).
Lowenbrau (326) Asturias, Oviedo, Spain | October 18, 2015| Updated November 20, 2015
Nice beerplace in Barcelona, one of the "classical"ones before the craft beer revolution. Nice high ceiling room with interesting beers both on tap and bottle. Some cask ales available, mainly from local brewers. Always worthy.
The place is near to the central post in Barcelona. I was there when I was on the BBF 2014. The place is nice and clean, the selection is great. You will find good tap beer selection. Good selection of bottle on the fridge with nice Rogue brewery selection. There is also a shop and you can buy beers. The selection is nice but there is not too many breweries almost Rogue, Nogne selection. Nice place to do a break in Barcelona.
Pretty nice place, very central and close to the beach and harbor. Good selection on tap and bottle, but Nögne Ö and Rogue are very overrepresented, don’t know why really. Pretty crowded in a small place. Staff was friendly but kinda slow. A good place to stop by for a beer when strolling down town.
4 taps rotating and maybe 50-60 bottled brews from around the world. When I was there the first time there was Pura Pale from local Agullon on tap, and also a good bottle selection from Norway’s finest handcraft brewery: Nøgne Ø. Run and staffed by beer enthusiasts hoping some day to expand their operation into in house brewing.
A relaxed, light and lo-fi athmosphere.
A heart-warming, throat-cooling and palate-stimulating experience and most definitely worth a visit for any "beer buff" in Barcelona.
Barcelonas desidert beste ølsted, stort utvalg både på flaske (amerikanske, belgiske, Nøgne Ø, spanske og italienske mikrobryggerier) og fat (katalanske og italienske mikrobryggerier) da jeg var der. Betjeningen er hyggelig men ikke spesielt stødige i engelsk. Stort pluss for at man kan kjøpe med seg flasker. Trangt, travelt og mest ståplasser. et must for ølhunder som er innom Barcelona på ferie!