Cerveceria La Sureña – Clinically cheap
This franchise is owned by the Sevillian José María Fernández Capitán and currently operates more than thirty cervecerias all over Spain with many further expansion plans. This type of establishment would not normally make the stripped back Seville list, but the hustle and bustle of the Alameda branch makes it an irresistible post work stop.
the hustle and bustle of the Alameda branch makes it an irresistible post work stop
The concept is southern Spain style in fast food manner. Serving buckets of five bottelines (200ml bottles) piled high with ice for three euros, it becomes easy to see why so many make this a part of their daily routine. Whilst Cruzcampo has always had a tight grasp over Seville, the beer served in these bottles is Mahou – typically found in Madrid. Whilst the major brewers battle it out, we are left to contemplate astonishing prices within a lively atmosphere.
To ensure once captured you really don’t leave, there is a one euro food menu if ordered alongside a bucket of beers. You can opt for traditional foeut (Spanish soft salami) bites, chorizo bites, papas (Spanish wedge chips) alongside many other quick treats. And of course if looking for something a bit more serious, the gambas (prawns) and plates of jamon complete what is a simple, cheap and rather enticing menu.
SBT says dine on: the cheapest bites on the night.
SBT says wine on: Cubos, what else!