A fine (and affordable) addition to the canal-side scene north of Stalingrad, with great beers
A new arrival on the Quai de la Loire in June 2015, the Paname Brewery Company is the latest sign that this gorgeous canal-side area, which once struggled with a dodgy reputation, is on the up and up. In summer, the canal’s broad walkways ring soothingly with the sounds of pétanque players, splashing water and beer cans being opened, making it the perfect setting for an increasing number of hip young venues. The PCB is a little bit different, though, thanks to its reasonable prices – long may they continue.
The venue is so close to the canal it’s practically in it, so you can explore their fine selection of beers with an unbeatable view over the water. Perhaps an Œil de Biche, a fruity West Coast-style pale ale (€5.50 a bottle), or a light golden Casque d’Or (€4 for a half pint). Food-wise, the selection is straightforward but delicious, with pizzas from €12 to €15, and mezze and salads from €4 to €16. All in all, the Paname Brewery Company is very good news for the Quai de la Loire.
|Venue name:||Paname Brewery Company|
41 quai de la Loire
|Opening hours:||Every day 10am-2pm|
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Being right by the canal, Paname is a lovely place to have a chilled beer - and there are so many to choose from! The bar staff are all very friendly, and can give you recommendations. And to go alongside our beers, we ordered chips, which came with generous helpings of mayonnaise and ketchup (but the pizzas looked pretty yummy as well.!)