The Barcelona Beer Festival (BBF) is hosted in the historical institution of the Barcelona Maritime Museum, located in the Royal Shipyard building. During the festival, which runs over three days, artisan craft beer will be brought into the spotlight, raising its visibility to the general public. There will be displays of food, music and much more. With over 300 different craft beers to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice. Of course there will be a permanent tap with quality nonalcoholic beer, selected for all those who have medical issues or have to drive home safely.
The Beer Festival is hosted in Barcelona’s city centre, Spain. The nearest airport is Barcelona Airport – El Prat and is approximately 13 kms to the city centre. From the airport you can take the RENFE train, Aerobus express service or a taxi. To get from the city centre to the Beer Festival, you can take the metro L3 station Drassanes or Bus lines 14, 18, 36, 38, 57, 59, 64 and 91.
Beer is gaining presence at some of the finest tables demonstrating its ability to go with all kinds of dishes. At the Festival’s food stands you will find an array of dishes to go with beer, selected with the maximum quality criteria and proposing the most amazing pairings. If you want a deeper understanding of artisan beer, then go to “Meet The Brewers” section, a separated bar where you can meet different brewers, who will be pouring their own beers and happy to answer any questions you may have.
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Maritime Museum is worth a visit, as the soaring arches and vaults of the vast former shipyards represent one the most perfectly preserved examples of civil Gothic architecture in Spain. Just on your doorstep is The Palau Güell, a mansion designed by the architect Antoni Gaudí for the industrial tycoon Eusebi Güell.
To find out more information on The Beer Festival go to the official website. Here you can check out the types of beers that will be available and a timetable of events.
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