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Brussels Beer Project opens new taproom in Paris

Brussels Beer Project opens new taproom in Paris

The brewers of the Brussels Beer Project have opened a second bar in Paris, near the Canal Saint-Martin.

This is the third international bar from the Brussels microbrewery, and the second in the French capital. The original taproom is in the Parisian district of Pigalle, while the new one is located close to the trendy nightlife area around the Canal Saint Martin. The third international bar is in Tokyo.

Furthermore, the Brussels brewers have announced that they will open a large brewery in Anderlecht in 2020. The whole BBP production will move from the current location on Rue Antoine Dansaert to the “Brewery 2.0”, while the current brewery will be kept for temporary and experimental beers.

Credit: BBP

Even though the focus is on the production of beer, the new brewery will also be open for visits and events with a beer garden of 900m2, located along the canal and bike path.

“It’s safe to bet that many people will spend their sunny afternoons enjoying a beer next to the vessels,” said BBP in a release.

Jules Johnston
The Brussels Times