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In Calle Maestro Roca in old town Peniscola, here you will find a special good beer; in the region of Peniscola are many artichoke fields, so I think this beer is artichoke beer; I don't try this beer, but I think it's a special beer...More
Badum has two shops in Peniscola, the one at the brewery and the one we went to on Calle Sol just behind the Maritime Museum in the old town (on Google Maps it appears as Marvillas). It's a shop and a bar that serves just...More
Tucked away on an unremarkable side street in the city centre this bar is well worth seeking out . With 3 of their beers on tap and others in bottles this was probably the best craft beer I have had in Spain. We tasted the...More
For us this place was more or less on the route from our hotel to the lovely old town & beach of Peñiscola. But if that wasn't the case, we would have definetely walked the extra mile to pay this place a visit! Really great...More
This is where the craft beer is brewed, Lola a light pale ale, a wheet beer, and the artichoke beer! an incredable great tasting beer. you can also get some lovely tapas to go with your beer. A must stop place for those who love...More
Great place to be, watching over the sea, eating some olives, jamon or queso and drinking some artichoke beer. Very friendly and cool, a quiet and relaxing place! Thanks for the chilling hours and conversation. We´ll be there next year again!
We regularly visit the brewery bar for a lovely drink of real ale, brewed on the premises. They have a variety of beers and we particularly like the 'Alcachofa' beer (artichoke), the artichokes are grown locally and are a speciality of the area. We always...More
Pleasant surprise when stopping in Peniscola to visit the incredible castle there (worth seeing if only for the mind-blowing history there)...
I'm not used to drinking beer in Spain (too many good wines) but saw this at a restaurant next to the castle (overlooking the...More