|Jarra of Mahou Clasica from Cerveceria 100 Montaditos|
|Shelf behind the bar at Cerveceria Santa Barbara, Plaza de Santa Barbara, 8|
The price of a beer would also vary accordingly from one euro at the 100 Montaditos cerveceria chain for a jarra (when purchased with food) to three euros for a caña at Cafe Belen, Chueca (served with complimentary nuts).
|Cafe Belen - Calle Belen 5|
However, in several bars the beer would be served with a big foamy head despite (mainly ineffective) efforts by some bar staff to get more liquid beer into the glass. Based on this experience, perhaps the best advice would be to choose an interesting bottled beer, when a choice is available.
|Naturbier - Plaza Santa Ana|
|Helles & Dunkles beer with complimentary olives at Naturbier|
A number of small craft breweries are establishing themselves in Spain and some of these concentrate on producing bottled beers. In Madrid you may come across draught beer or bottles from these new small breweries:
Cervezas Las Cibeles (Madrid) Cervezas Las Cibeles webpage (Spanish)
Cerveza Sagra (Toledo) Cerveza Sagra webpage (Spanish)
Calvin's Beer (Madrid) Calvin's Beer webpage (English)
Fabrica Maravillas (Madrid) Fabrica Maravillas webpage (English)
Cervezas Lest (Colmenar Viejo) Cervezas Lest webpage (Spanish)