Moritz Original.

Our first beer, the most popular, the one you drink for an aperitif in Barceloneta or in a last-minute toast in a bar in L'eixample, La Plana de Vic or even in Mallorca or Andorra. Pilsner type, but also Barcelona type. Pleasant, golden, foamy and abundant, like this city.
Our first beer, the one you drink during the day and at night in Barceloneta, in L'Eixample, in La Plana de Vic or even in Mallorca or Andorra. Pilsner type beer, it is pleasant, golden, foamy and abundant, like Barcelona.

Moritz Epidor.

Our most radical beer. Intense, aromatic and brewed with caramel malt... how good that sounds: 'Caramel malt'. Well, if it sounds good, imagine how it tastes. It has a compact body and an unmistakable colour that gives an intense and powerful experience. Of course... what experience isn't in Barcelona?
Our most radical beer. Intense, aromatic and brewed with caramel malt... how good that sounds! An intense, powerful experience...but of course, what experience in Barcelona isn’t?

Moritz 0,0.

Who said that non-alcoholic beer wasn't beer? Moritz 0.0 is a perfect beer to enjoy at any time, even at midday, because we know that everyone feels a bit sleepy after lunch. Those who try it can assure you that it tastes like real beer, beer (we say it twice to make sure our meaning is clear).
Who said that non-alcoholic beer wasn't beer? Those who try the Moritz 0.0 can assure you that it tastes like real beer beer (we say it twice to make sure our meaning is clear).

Moritz Radler.

Yes, we took a classic Moritz and added 100% natural lemon juice. Now you take it and add a sunset, a group of friends, a little terrace, some snacks, sea views or whatever you fancy, because honestly, Moritz Radler is so balanced that asking for one is not just a good choice, it's a fantastic idea.
We took a classic Moritz and added 100% natural lemon juice. Now you take it and add a sunset, a group of friends or whatever you fancy, because honestly, Moritz Radler is so balanced that asking for one is a fantastic idea.

Moritz Red Ipa.

Okay, we aren't the first to have had an IPA, but we have one with ruby hints, a bitter aftertaste and predominant hop, floral, herbaceous and resinous aromas. Fruity aromas of apple, peach, figs and raisins. And hints of caramel, liquorice, coffee and nuts. Well, yes, it's something to be ordered two at a time.
Okay, we aren't the first to have had an IPA, but we have one with ruby hints, a bitter aftertaste and predominant hop, floral, herbaceous... aromas Well, yes, it's something to be ordered two at a time.

Moritz Classic Beers