Although Spain is traditionally known as a land of wine drinkers, more and more people are beginning to drink beer instead. It is thought that this is down to the fact that the country has seen a large number of microbreweries open, particularly in areas like Catalonia. These microbreweries are helping the industry to grow and transform. The microbrewery owners are getting more creative with hop combinations and spices, giving Spanish beer a unique flavour that it has lacked in the past. It is an annual meet up for all craft beer enthusiasts and has been known to attract over ten thousand visitors. There are over three hundred different beers to taste, including both local beers and beverages from other countries. It is thought that around fifty five of these beers actually come from the microbreweries based in Catalonia. Spanish fiestas and sporting events Every year hundreds of fiestas, carnivals and parades take place in Spain. Often they celebrate religious holidays like Christmas and Easter.
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We folowed the sound of live music and ended up in this lovely bistro. Highly recommended this place, the food was tasty, the live music was soooooo good and variety of drinks soft and alcoholic. The couple who running this place were very hospitable hosts We were recommended this restaurant by our TUI rep and it was a gem Great location near the beachfront in Morro del Jable Excellent service and food was superb Also music was great. Great food, amazing drinks a incredibly friendly service. Easy to communicate in English, which hasn't always been the case at Fuerteventura for us so far. Lovely sangria. Going again before the end of our holiday.
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