Visited on a cold, mid-week afternoon. Place was nearly deserted. We tried both beers which were a sight better than any of the widely available Spanish macro-lagers, but not necessarily noteworthy in their own right. The service as typical of tourist Spain. We didn’t try any food, but it also looked like a typical menu for the city. (Brewery #592).
Well-located place with above average beers for Spain. The focus remain apparently on food, the place felt rather quiet for Madrid in the afternoon. they offer a wide range of tapas at low prices for Madrid. The service was quick and efficient while
Visited on a Friday afternoon. Old fashioned european brewpub in downtown Madrid (tacky interior with copper kettles in the back). Three beers on tap, wasn’t expecting much but the quality was better than expected, decent offerings, available in small and large, small makes for a nice taster. They serve some food but I didn’t try it, service was friendly to tourists. Worth stopping by for a few quick ones.
A good brewpub placed in the tipical Santa Ana Square. This is a place that is plenty of natives and tourist. The brewpub offers two types of beer: Helles and dunkel. In my opinion the best beer is the Dunkel. On the other hand, the food is good, and the most important..., cheap, in comparison with other restaurants in this area.