Best Craft Beer in Barcelona - 40 Bars and Taprooms!
There's a craft beer revolution going on in Barcelona! Microbreweries, bars, brewpubs and restaurants serving craft beers are invading the city with the speed of light. If you're a craft beer lover you won't be bored here.
In addition to the bars there are also events on a weekly basis that attract both local and international breweries to town.
Here are our favorite craft beer bars and taprooms in Barcelona:
La Rovira - In Gracia you can find this cosy bar: old school with great staff and a very homey feeling. 15 taps and a fridge full of bottles and cans. There is also food, the bravas are great. Keep your eyes out for their meet the brewer-events. Read more about La Rovira here. C/ Rabassa 23 (Gracia).
Bodega Fermin - An old bodega turned into a bar with vermouth, craft beer and tapas. Great atmosphere and the beer selection is on point. A must visit in Barceloneta. C/ Sant Carles 18 (Barceloneta).
Oma Bistró – A few rotating taps with a good selection of craft beers, bottles and cans too, and then amazing cake of course. Brunch and (craft) beer can be a winner combo! C/ Consell de Cent 227 (Eixample).
Black Lab – They brew their own craft beer and serve American-Asian fusion food. Cool space, live music events and a big terrace. They currently also have a beer garden in L’illa shopping center. Read more here. Palau del Mar, Plaça Pau Vila 1 (Barceloneta).
CocoVail Beer Hall - Many an expat like to hang out here to drink craft beer, watch sports and eat tasty chicken wings. Carrer d’Aragó 284 (Eixample).
Edge Brewing – Two American came to Barcelona and rocked the city with their innovative brews. Founded in 2014, Edge Brewing is one of the most solid representatives of the Barcelona craft beer scene. Check their social media for events at their taproom. Read more about Edge here. C/ Llull 62 (Poblenou).
Garage Beer Co. – They have two locations: a brewpub in the city center and a brewery in Sant Andreu. Possibly one of the coolest and most international breweries in Barcelona. Keep an eye out for their beer releases at the brewery. C/ Consell de Cent 261 (Eixample).
Homo Sibaris – Somewhat off the beaten path but don’t let that scare you. These guys know what they do. Here you come for the beer, and they have a lot to choose from. Plaça d’Osca 4 (Sants).
Ale & Hop - Many taps and vegetarian food (!) in the Born. A classic neighbourhood haunt. C/ Basses de Sant Pere 10 (Born).
Kaelderkold – Not far from Beer’linale above you can find this bar with plenty of taps and good cocktails, including beer infused ones. If you sit by the bar you will most likely find yourself engaged in a conversation with other thirsty beer lovers. C/ Cardenal Casañas 7 (Gótico).
Barcelona Beer Company Taproom - They make their own beers and recently opened a new, bigger brewery. Their Japanese style beer Nicotto is one of my favourites, with green tea and mandarin peel. Good sandwiches and tapas. Check out their fun art! Muntaner 7 (Eixample).
Olut - The team behind local brewery Nómada has their own bar in Sabadell, a short train ride away from Barcelona. Go here for excellent beers, a great terrace and tasting events on the agenda. C/ Marià Fortuny 17, Sabadell.
Humble Beer - A recent addition to the craft beer scene in Eixample (aka Beerxample). Good selection on tap, a curated selection of bottles and cans and a menu with local flavours such as cheese and cured meat platters. C/ Roselló 185 (Eixample).
La Bona Pinta - Might seem tiny from the outside, but you will be surprised when you go inside and see the big space in the back, and the large selection of bottles and cans in addition to the rotating taps. C/ Diputació 433 (Eixample).
Bar La Beata - A hotspot for craft beer in Gràcia, with good rotating taps and bottled can selection. Their IPAgana is worth trying. C/ Jesús 16 (Gracia).
La Piña Bar - Do not let the small size of this bar mislead you! In addition to great craft beers they also serve mind-blowing grilled cheese sandwiches, including a vegan one! This place is one of my favourites in the craft beer scene. C/ de Roser 3 (Poble Sec).
La Cervesera Artesana - The first microbrewery in the city. A friendly neighbourhood hangout, with over 100 different beers from all over the world, including a wide variety of gluten free beers. C/ Sant Augustí 14 (Gracia).
El Drapaire De La Cervesa Artesana - A very cosy bar located in an old tavern with stone-clad walls. 12 taps, 2 hand pumps and bagels and baos to go with the beer. C/ Sitges 11 (Raval).
The Growler - Go here with your growler, fill it up with tasty craft beer, or simply go there to enjoy a pint or many. They also have a good bottle and can selection on their shelves. C/ Roger de Llúria 81 (Eixample).
Brewdog - Brewdog’s Barcelona location, great for a few pints and some board games with friends. C/ Casanova 69 (Eixample).
Chivuos - These guys have exploded into various locations around the city with their delicious street food concept and a good selection of craft beer on tap. A must visit. Read my review on Chivuos here. C/ Pintor Fortuny 15 (Raval), C/ Torrent de l’Olla 175 (Gracia), C/ Valencia 204 (Eixample) and Chivuo’s Taproom in Jaume Ribó 4 Badalona.
El Racó d'en Cesc - Good quality seasonal food (one of my favourite restaurants), an impressive wine list and a genius beer sommelier, Edgar Rodríguez, that pairs up any food on the menu with excellent good beer choices. They do a beer pairing menu too. Read more here. Diputació 201 (Eixample).
La Cervecita Nuestra de Cada Día - Both beer shop and bar, a true place of reference in Poblenou. They are behind the yearly La Fira de Poble Nou craft beer event. C/ Llull 184 (Poblenou).
Hoppiness - A fairly recent newcomer to the craft beer scene located in the heart of Poblenou. Good food to pair with your pints. They organise events with live music, such as their Beermuth Sessions. C/ Ramon Turró 180 (Poblenou).
Cyclic Beer Farm - A brewery located close to La Sagrera that focuses on farmhouse-style beers. They open their taproom during weekends and serve vegetarian and vegan food. C/ Coll 37 (La Sagrera).
Conesa Beer A brother and a sister joined forces to open this craft beer bar that also serves tapas, and vermouth if you’re not into beer. If you are into football this is a great choice to watch the game. Carrer de Casanova 62 (Eixample).