Not planning a trip overseas anytime soon? Not to fear! If you’re interested in delving into the world of the top Spanish beers, you’re in luck- all of these fantastic brews can be found in the comfort of your own home state. Packed with traditional brewing methods, citrusy hops, and perfectly balanced flavors, you’re sure to find a favorite on this list. ¡Vamonos!
This pleasantly tasting lager is made from one of the oldest beer manufacturers in Zaragoza. With its traditional brewing methods, the low fermentation and balanced bitterness it makes for an easy drink. It embodies a rich, amber coloring from a toasted malt, also adding so much more to the flavor.
San Miguel 1516
If you’re ever in the area, you’ll find that just about every bar in Spain carries this beer. This very special and unique beer is made with only three ingredients- water, malted barley, and hops. With these three ingredients, the beer obtains a nice, balanced flavor with just a hint of bitterness.
Louis Moritz, the creator of this fine specimen, traveled to Barcelona in pursuit of founding his own brewery. 150 years later, the low-fermented lager is a symbolic beverage in the city today. The flowery hops used in this beer are some of the most expensive in the world, giving it a less bitter taste and high-quality aroma.
This perfect golden pilsner is a fan favorite, especially during the summertime. With a decent amount of hops, this sweet-smelling beverage only provides a slightly bitter palette that makes it very drinkable. It’s recommended for those who prefer lighter beers and can easily be compared to the infamous Corona.
Alhambra Reserva 1925
This unique-looking beer has satisfied even the most demanding beer enthusiast. It is fabricated using traditional methods, but is always served in a green bottle, giving the beer its rather distinctive appearance. It has the perfect balance of sweet and bitter flavors, making for a full-bodied and well-rounded finish.