Girona Trade Fair 2016
La Brava at the Girona Trade Fair

This week La Brava Beer SL will be present at the Girona Trade Fair, the province’s largest commercial and industrial event of the year. The business platform offers brands a chance to show the region’s latest wares and services to buyers and the curious. In...

La Brava in the vaults of Calella de Palafrugell. Photo by Pere Ferrer.
La Brava Continues Its Expansion with a New Round of Fundraising

After just ten months in business, the Catalan brewery La Brava is preparing a new round of fundraising, which will be open to the public as of 15th October on the alternative funding platform Crowdcube. The new investment opportunity is being offered to meet the growing...

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La Brava Breaks the Mould by Launching an Advert to Bid Farewell to Summer

Accustomed as we are to seeing the spectacular productions that usually greet the start of summer, it is somewhat surprising for a beer brand to launch its campaign in September. Consumption habits for this beverage are changing: slowly but surely, consumers are beginning to abandon their...

Sails to the wind
Tips to Learn the Names of the Mediterranean Winds

Most people know that the compass rose has eight directions: the four cardinal points (north, south, east and west) and the intercardinal intervals (northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast). You may also know that there are different wind names corresponding to each compass point, hence the name...

La Brava, cervesa de Les Nits de Marimurtra 2016
Soul, Sentiment and Cooperation at Les Nits de Marimurtra

This August the Marimurtra Botanical Garden in Blanes is once again the setting for a festival which year after year is proving to be one of the Costa Brava’s unmissable summer events. With the Mediterranean Sea as the backdrop, the incomparable setting of the Linné Temple...

El grup Port-Bo a la Cantada d'Havaneres de Calella (1978). Imatge cedida pel centre de documentació de la Fundació Ernest Morató. Col·lecció Carme Morató
My Grandfather Didn’t Go to Cuba

Havaneres come from Havana, don’t they? Well, no. Or rather, yes, but no. All traditions are to a greater or lesser extent social constructions, idealised recreations of the past we think existed, and the havanera is no exception. As writer and pedagogue Joan Soler i...

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