Craft beer lovers, listen up and listen good, because I got a spot for you all to check out! “Cervezas artesanales” as they are called in Spanish are getting more popular by the day in Madrid. Because it’s a fairly new concept in the city, a lot of the craft beer spots have a pretty limited selection. However, don’t give up quite yet; the Tap Room has come to save the day!
Located in the Arguelles neighborhood, here you can try over forty different types of craft beers: pale ales, flavored, IPAS, the whole nine-yards. All the beers and their percentages are marked on a chalk board above the bar, so selection is made quite easy. Now, you’re probably asking: “Jill, what if I get hungry while sipping on my delicious, artisanal refreshment??” Well, here’s a hint. Next door is “Tierra” burrito bar, and it just happens that the owner of the tap room is also the owner of the burrito joint, so it’s totally acceptable [encouraged] to order a burrito next door and head on over next door to grab a drink. The best part is that on game nights, they have a giant project screen for everyone to watch the game. Burritos, soccer, and an IPA = happiness, right?
Ojo for those who want to improve their Spanish or their English. Every Monday at 20:00 there’s a Spanish/English intercambio. Check out their 2×1 deal for “La Virgen” beer. Cheers!