The Julio César bar is crowned winner of the Moraleja beer draft contest

Cristina Torres

06/19/2024 10:23h

This Sunday, the Moraleja barlocated on Zaragoza street, has celebrated its I Beer Draft Competition within the framework of its first anniversary, in which different establishments in the Andalusian capital have participated.

Organized in collaboration with Cruzcampothe jury, which was made up of journalists, gastronomic content creators and one of the members of Moraleja, evaluated both the technique, the cleanliness and presentation of the beer, as well as its sliding to the end of the bar .

Total There have been eleven participating locations, among which were the establishments Lola por Dios, Restaurante Amara, Abacería Vinoqüe, El Paseillo, Casa Juan Palomo, El Tenderete, Bar Julio César, El patio de crib, the organizers of Moraleja and a place from Cádiz from Los Barrios; the El Sabio cigar.

Each participant had a test run and two drafts of beer to compete in, which once served and presented, they pushed across the bar to see who could go the furthest without falling to the ground, taking the best of the two as the winner of the test. throws.

The competition was organized into two groups of participants, and each round winner competed in a final that was played between the Julio César bar and El Paseillo, Paco Bonilla, representing the former, being the winner of the contest. The prize for the winner was to obtain his body weight in Cruzcampo beers.

Between rounds, Attendees were able to enjoy a tapa representative of each contestantsuch as freshly made potato omelette, whiskey omelette, Cádiz pork rinds, squid croquettes or stuffed eggs.

Salad tapa from Julio César bar

What do you need to know about the Julio César bar?

In the heart of the Old Town, the establishment takes its name from the central Seville street that houses it, and has been serving beers, homemade tapas and great breakfasts, in quantity and quality, for more than half a century. One of the usual bars, which are becoming less and less, where breakfast and ham toast are the strong point.

For those who set foot on its soil for the first time, they recommend accompanying the Cruzcampo with a tapa of chicken livers, salad or Menudo. Every day they have a different homemade stew, and if you want to eat hot but not with a spoon, they boast grilled squid and sirloin with whiskey.

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