Oct 9th, 2019, 12:35 PM

So, you missed Oktoberfest?

By Sofia Smeigh
Glass of IPA / Image credit: mnm.all on unsplash
Glass of IPA / Image credit: mnm.all on unsplash
These Paris Breweries Have You Covered

Autumn is known in Europe as a time when many make the trip to Oktoberfest in Germany and drink an obscene amount of beer. As a student living in Europe, that might seem like the ultimate college experience. But if that’s not your thing and you still want to enjoy some good beer this season, here are some favorite breweries in Paris.

Some new and homemade beers / credit; Le Triangle on Facebook

Le triangle

13 rue Jacques Louvel Tessier 75010 Paris

Le triangle is at the same time a micro-brewery and a restaurant offering 8 craft beer on tap, some produced on-site in small quantities, others from around the world selected specifically by the brewers. They also offer a variety of home-cooked dishes using the best quality products, presented in the form of plates to share. The menu changes regularly depending on the season and what the cook wants to make. Located near the Apollo theater, Le Triangle is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat, drink some amazing beer in a cozy setting, then go see one of the many shows.

Open Tuesday to Saturday 18h to 22h30


The Brewery located in Patin / credit; instagram

Paname Brewing Company

41 bis Quai de la Loire 75019 Paris

Located on the banks of the Bassin de la Villette, the biggest artificial body of water in the city, Paname Brewing Company (PBC) is located in a historical area of Paris. At the beginning of the 19th century, the Bassin was created to connect Canal Saint Martin to Canal d’Ourq. Trade flourished and it became a true commercial port where many nationalities mingled. At PBC you can find several artisanal beers and cocktails, their names inspired by the current events. Not only are their beers made on-site, but they also use 100% natural products and take an eco-friendly approach to their beer making. In addition to their selection of beers, they offer amazing street food to accompany your pint. Enjoy a drink and some food next to the vats where the beer is produced, or outside on one of their two terraces.

Open daily from 11h to 02h


New logos in their bottles / credit; instagram 

Bap Bap

 79 rue Saint-Maur -  Paris XI

Everything from crushing malt to bottling beer, it all happens their 1800m2 building located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, near Place de la République. A textile warehouse turned into a craft brewery, they possess all the tools for production, a co-working space, and a tasting room. You can buy these beers in several different quantities, from the typical 33 cl bottle to the 30L Keg. They also write a blog regularly about beers they are producing, new beer coming to stores and beer events happening. So book your tour of the brewery now on their website and enjoy a tasting with some friends.

Open Monday to Wednesday from 16h to 20h and Thursday to Saturday 14h to 22h


A look inside Frogpub / credit; Frogpub on facebook 


Frogpub is the biggest restaurant and brewing company on this list, producing 12,000 hectoliters of 40 recipes of beer per year. Some of their beers are brewed daily in 6 of their 13 Paris pubs, the rest in a town just outside of Paris’ city center. Frog’s English style pubs offer a wide variety of English bar food with a French twist. You can buy their beer by the bottle, by the pint or by the pitcher. Located all around Paris, these pubs make a great night out no matter what arrondissement you are in.

Check out their website to see the opening times of each pub and brewery! Try a variety of beer, and have your own Oktoberfest any time of year!


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