cozy, small, clean, well-organized bottle shop run by a knowledgeable enthusiast who is very much on top of the growing Catalan beer scene. American, Danish, Belgian, Dutch, Catalan and Spanish bottles available. you’re certain to find a new new and interesting things. be sure to talk to the proprietor while you’re there, you’ll surely learn about a few gems in Barcelona and beyond that you wouldn’t otherwise hear of.
An eclectic and comfy spot with 3 taps and tons of bottles. Selection is large and varied but nothing mind blowing. Friendly staff and unusual vinyl playing. A quiet and nice place that is more basement than tap room. Prices are ok and 1/2 pours. The only comment is lots of unrefrigerated beer in direct sun, but I am picky that way.
Cozy beer shop / bar, 2 small room, desk with the counter, 3 or 4 taps, a old record player and a rack with old vinyl records, playing some classic 1970’s rock, wich adds alot to the ambiance for me. Another room in the back with some small tables where you can have a seat and enjoy your beer. Taps includes a very good fresh Kernel IPA. Selection of bottles is mostly focused on international beers, US, belgian including a few sours, Scandinavian with quite a big selection of danish beers, Mikkeller, Amager, Ghost, Hornbeer etc. But also a good number of spanish microes. Friendly and attentive service, helpfull without being to pushy. Good prices. Will return if i find myself in Barcelona again.
Visited on Saturday 9th July 2016: our first port of call on day three of the RBESG. We shared 3 cans and 4 bottles here (the small tap selection were all rated before by most of us). Small tasting room down a step or two from the front shop. Friendly bloke, interesting selection. We selected beers from Austria, England x2, Scotland, Denmark, US and Spain. The day got heavier and heavier, this was an ideal starter.
kermis (551) The Hague / Amsterdam , Netherlands | July 19, 2016
Small selection of 3 or 4 taps and a few tables to drink in as seems common with Spanish bottle shops. Fair selection of bottles with some local micros and an assorted selection of internationals. Worth stopping by.
Nice little store walking distance from most places in Eixample. Decent selection of local microbrews, which is why I came here in the first place, but also lots of quality imports from Denmark, Belgium, the US, etc. Guy behind the counter spoke English when he realized my Catalan couldn’t go beyond understanding his simple sentences. If you are looking to stock up and don’t want to go all the way out to 2D2DSpuma, this could be a more than decent store for you.
Nice bottle shop on the corner. The girl working was talking to some one else the whole time I was there, did not seem about beer, but I am not fluent in Spainish so who knows. Three local taps, nothing I was seeking. Descent selection of bottles, but limited and nothing surprising, actually expected more. Prices were quite reasonable. I would go back if in the area.
Visited in 2013. Metro is near so it’s easy accessible. Medium sized. Selection is quite good although I doubt there are 500 bottles in there. Nevertheless, very good selection of local brews like Moska and La Pirata. Also some Spanish micros. Nice selection of imports as well - US, Danish, Belgian, UK. I think everybody will be able to find something for themselves. Would visit again.
Lowenbrau (377) Asturias, Spain | October 18, 2015| Updated October 19, 2015
A store with a wide and interesting bottle selection, as well as a few tap beers to have in place.
Respectable selection of bottles for anyone needing to stock up in the area. Love the local feel; especially the corner of the shop featuring two taps and a small table where you can listen to the owner spin vinyl. It’s just unfortunate that BierCaB is right down the street and clearly has a stronger selection of rarities.