About British and North American Ales from Spain

About British  and  North American Ales from Spain
Beer in Spain lags far behind wine in terms of production and what is brewed is often acceptable beer from one of a handful of commercial breweries. Specialty beers do exist, but licensing technicalities have kept this industry down. What is produced is of very good to excellent quality, examples include amber lagers, bocks and pale ales.

Top Picks for Spain

British and North American Ales

Damm Brewery Complot IPA
90 points
Bright golden amber color. Aromas and flavors of braised escarole, wheat germ, crushed coriander, onion blossom, and dried sour orange peels with a round, crisp, effervescent, dry medium body and a tingling, elegant, medium-long finish. A savory and balanced IPA with a bold bitter finish; will appeal to culinary-minded drinkers for thoughtful pairings.
Damm Brewery Complot IPA
89 points
Pale clear golden yellow color. Aromas of cilantro leaf, catty, toasted rice, and honeysuckle with a silky, soft, effervescent, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a smooth, interesting, medium-length peach juice, cottony, papaya jam, and fresh cucumber finish. A very smooth IPA with soft, fruity flavor that invokes a feeling of springtime.