Really cozy and little bar close to barcelona’s port and the "ramblas" of the city.. With its really great location you can easly visit, occasionally you can find good lambic on tap, to accompaign a great bottle selection.
After really hard day of sightseeing few beers came great. I’ve chosen one of the best rated places nearby and didn’t miss. Twelve taps, all amazing beers, some local, some rare nearby countries, some crafted classics. Good selection of bottles of Spanish micros and excellent selection of renowned craft breweries. Even better selection for "take away" bottles, there were "only" two fridges. No food, which did not concern me, it’s not such a place, mostly simply decorated with high chairs and tables. Service was extremely friendly, helpful and somewhat English speaking. Another must if nearby and craving for good beers.
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!
Benn there 3 days out of my 6 days in Barcellona, this means something. Well, it was the nearest to my hostal, but the selection they have on offer was quite astounding. I tried spanish micros and some belgian I cannot find here in Rome. The only thing I didn’t understand about this bar is the strange opening hours. 18-23???
ivangoli (36) Milano, Italy | August 11, 2012| Updated November 4, 2013
Nice place close to the Port with very good selection of beer from Usa, Italy, Spain and Belgium. Opening time is quite strange in my opinion but that’s the right place to have a good beer before dinner without going outside the citycentre.
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.