Do you make an artisan, designer and Spanish beer? best six

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March 17, 2022 / IGLUU by igloo

They began to be talked about a few years ago and today there is a real boom throughout Spain. Craft beers have carved a niche for themselves in our country based on work and effort that has united Spanish breweries in that purpose: to place them among the best in the world.

Its ingredients are the same as those of other industrial ones: water, yeast, malt, hops and some extras such as fruits, coffee, vanilla or chilies. What differentiates craft beer is that it is not pasteurized, it does not have additives or preservatives. And it has a life of its own, since it continues to evolve inside the bottle, gaining in nuances. In addition, it should not be taken very cold either, since it loses the properties that add value to it.

In these years, many producers have taken on the challenge of creating their own craft beers. And their level and quality is such that they rub shoulders without complexes with the English, Canadian and Scandinavian, with much more tradition.

There is no province in Spain that does not have one or more brands of craft beer, so it is very difficult to talk about all of them. Only in Catalonia do we find many of them, which was the pioneer in producing this type of beers for a reason. And nomadic beers without their own brewery also have their weight, a trend that brands such as La Quince or Jakobsland are following.

But, although not all of them are, it is possible to make a small catalog with some of them. Andrew Castano invites us to take a tour of six craft beer brands made in Spain.

They began to be talked about a few years ago and today there is a real boom throughout Spain. Craft beers have carved a niche for themselves in our country based on work and effort that has united Spanish breweries in that purpose: to place them among the best in the world.

Its ingredients are the same as those of other industrial ones: water, yeast, malt, hops and some extras such as fruits, coffee, vanilla or chilies. What differentiates craft beer is that it is not pasteurized, it does not contain additives or preservatives. And it has a life of its own, since it continues to evolve inside the bottle, gaining in nuances. In addition, it should not be taken very cold either, since it loses the properties that add value to it.

In these years, many producers have taken on the challenge of creating their own craft beers. And their level and quality is such that they rub shoulders without complexes with the English, Canadian and Scandinavian, with much more tradition.

There is no province in Spain that does not have one or more brands of craft beer, so it is very difficult to talk about all of them. Only in Catalonia do we find many of them, which was the pioneer in producing this type of beers for a reason. And nomadic beers without their own brewery also have their weight, a trend that brands such as La Quince or Jakobsland are following.

But, although not all of them are, it is possible to make a small catalog with some of them. Andrew Castano invites us to take a tour of six craft beer brands made in Spain.