With a long tradition in production, the beers of Spain differ from the ones of the rest of Central European countries, because they are generally stronger, and in some cases use rice in addition to malt and hops. That makes its flavour more powerful and strong to the palate.
They pair with a variety of dishes and is the best drink to eat tapas and match fish and fresh dishes in summer. In Spain, beers are often consumed cold and most are lager and light.
Some of Spain's most outstanding beer brands are Estrella Damm, a factory, located in Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona, which has many years of history and is identified with the Mediterranean flavours and character. It has rice, among other ingredients typical of beer, and this is what makes it different. Although the Estrella is the best known, they also make the Voll Damm, double malt; Damm Lemon, with lemon, special beers like Inedit, and a black beer, among others.
Moritz is another brewery that is worth noting when talking about Spanish beers. Its old factory was located in Barcelona, today turned into restaurant, leisure place and small brewery.
It is pilsener, and a reinvention of the original, pale golden colour, 5.4% alcohol content, with light body and a good carbonation that provides a white foam. They also have a toasted variety of most bitter taste. San Miguel, Mahou and Cruzcampo are other Spanish beer brands.
In recent years, the popularity of craft beers has expanded. Thus, small companies have proliferated, making their own beers in the country and selling them both locally and internationally. Craft beer brings different and personal flavours. This is why among the beers of Spain these craft beers are also noted. They are high quality, and increasingly demanded by consumers.
Ecological beers are also having a wide reach, so that the variety of beers produced now in Spain is significant and greatly valued.
...a touch of almond, red wine; alcohol well hidden. Full body, oily to viscous texture, smooth and smooth palate. CERVECERÍA: Sack Man. Country Spain. TYPE OF FERMENTATION: This popular beer is aged in red wine barrels. BEER TYPE: American Barley Wine...
...sale of honey and other products derived from bees. After several years, they decide to mature and manage the project craft beer; based on natural raw materials first class and completely traditional methods, achieving the development of a product with...
...grinding grain to maturity in the bottle before its release. Country Spain. FERMENTATION TYPE: high fermentation.BEER TYPE: Althaia Brown Ale Altea Alicante is toast Brew type British Brown Ale. This beer is brewed with barley malt, hops, yeast and water....