If you like tap beer but want to drink it in the privacy of your home, you’ll be happy to learn that La Fine Mousse has started a growler program. They’re selling the refillable 2-liter jugs for 20€ and a fill from any of their 20 taps costs the same as five demis (usually in the 20-25€ range) – that’s eight beers for the price of five!
Paris beer enthusiasts will soon have a space look forward to a space where they’ll be able to create and brew their own beer with the help of experts.
The growth of the craft beer scene in Paris continues apace, and finding quality beers on tap just got a little easier with the partnership of O’Hara’s and Corcoran’s.
Throughout the week, bars, shops, and brewers will be hosting a wide range of events at locations across the city. With so many events on the schedule - beer tastings, lectures, brewing demonstrations, tap takeovers, beer-pairing dinners and more - there are going to be some tough decisions, but we're here to help narrow it down.
At long last, it’s an exciting time to be a beer lover in Paris.
Until recently, beer drinkers in France who wanted to quaff anything with character had to be content with a limited number of foreign-made beers, mostly from Belgium. The Belgian brewing tradition is long and revered, featuring a wealth of brews in traditional styles. But as devotees of craft beer know, there is more to beer than simple tradition. Microbrewers in the US and UK have been bucking tradition for decades now, and in doing so have revitalized an industry and gained legions of passionate customers. In more recent years, while craft beers have taken off in neighboring countries like Denmark and Italy, France has lagged behind, content with its industrially-made Kronenbourg. That’s all changing. It seems that in Paris, craft beer has finally arrived.
Craft beers, fried chicken and greens in Paris? It's all part of a new pop-up brew pub idea from Phillip Lamb.
Demory is hosting a pop-up beer bar near the Pompidou through January 5.