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Crafting a niche in Barcelona

Drinking and dining go together superbly well in Spain

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
28th February, 2016
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Barcelona is quietly building up a modest craft beer scene, in the face of a full deck of regional beers

The pace of change in Catalunya is quite unlike the pace of change in Ireland. When something needs to happen there, it happens fast. And the people manage to stay relaxed during the process.

When FC Barcelona play in the Camp Nou in the region’s capital, the arena is usually packed but quiet – except when something important happens. That’s the cultural challenge craft brewers and pubs in this part of the world need to...

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