Beer in Spanish is a specialty drink in the region, but it’s a surprisingly small market.
The most popular beer is an English-style ale, and it’s usually served at local restaurants and bars.
Beer can also be purchased in supermarkets and in specialty stores, but in Spain, beer is generally sold in small, specialty-style breweries, where the quality is much better.
And it’s often sold with a glass of wine.
As a result, there are some popular brands that can be found at every neighborhood bar, with varying amounts of complexity.
We chose the Spanish beers that have the best flavor and aromas, but there are many more that are more obscure.