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Paris artisanal brewers are the new hype in town as brewing your own local beer has become a city pride all over the world. It’s now a global trend to drink beers (craft or bottle) from local producers when you travel or at the bar around the corner.

Some Paris or Grand Paris based producers have recently made it through the top, mostly with savory IPAs, and it’s now time for you to sip our own favorite beverages and quite our usual unsavory beer. Here’s our top artisanal beers (for each local brewer) you should ask for at the bar.

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1. American Stout (7°), by Gallia. First brewed in the late 19th century and then disappeared from the market, Gallia is Paris pride again thanks to two young entrepreneurs who put it back on the market four years ago and brew it in Seine-Saint-Denis. This dark Stout holds its color and aromatic notes from the toasted malt grains used in the brewing process. These are balanced by Centennial and Nugget hops that give a fresh hoppy bitterness.

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2. BapBap (5,8°), by BapBapBapBap means “Brassée à Paris, bue à Paris” – “Brewed in Paris -in the 11th arrondissement-, drunk in Paris”. A non-pasteuriazed Light Pale Ale.


3. Titi Parisien (6°), by La Parisienne. A Red India Pale Ale with a Pilsen malt and a citrus taste.


4. Chateau Rouge (6°) by La Brasserie de la Goutte d’Or (brewers of the 18th arrondissement). A spicy Red Ale. “Munich and Caramel malts lend this full-bodied beer hints of nutmeg, pepper, gentian, and various spices used during the brewing process. Perfect for beer lovers and the beer curious, this Red Ale promises a dry and spicy finish, reminiscent of the diversity of the Chateau Rouge neighborhood.”


5. Indigo IPA (6,5°) by Deck & Donohue. The Montreuil (a rising city in East Paris) brewer has a top class Ideck & donohue, by the tourist in parisndia Pale IPA.
Generously hopped with Summit, Nugget, Columbus, and Magnum to create a multifaceted hop tonic for everyday consumption. Smooth caramel malts add depth, finish is dry. Deck & Donohue also created a special IPA for The Beast (smokehouse in East Paris) to perfectly match the barbecue ribs.


6. La Levalloise (5,7°), by My Beer CompanyAn American Pale Ale with citrus fruit taste (Won many prices when it was first launched in 2014). 3€ (33cl).


ipa_337. La Torchon Chiffon Carpette (8°), by La Brasserie de Marcoussis: A double IPA (Indian Pale Ale), strong hop and bitter. The name of the beer in French means “totally drunk”! 2,85€.


8. IPArisis (6,2°), by Brasserie Parisis. A lager IPA with a high BU and sweet exotic tastes in month.


9. La Gitane (5°), by Brasserie La BaleineMeans “The Gipsy”. Amber ale with smoked malts and spices (good with your cheese).


10. Smoked Porter (6°), by La Montreuilloise. A dark beer for our British visitors who enjoy the Highlands!


Where to drink these artisanal beers and make more discoveries?
La Fine MousseEl TastLe Brewberry, Le Paname Brewing Company (micro-brewer actually brewing its own beers as well), Le Triangle (micro-brewer as well), Les Trois 8, Le Supercoin and check out all the bars on our map.

Where to buy these beers?
In one of the four bottle shops of Bières Cultes.

Want to visit a brewery?
Head to Brasserie de la Vallée de Chevreuse, 65, rue de la division Leclerc, 78830 Bonnelles (Book here: +33 9 62 35 27 83)

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