Maakun (161) The Hague, Netherlands | November 26, 2016| Updated November 29, 2016
Minimalistic looking bar, where the actual bar takes up a lot of the space, with some extra seating on the sides. It was quite full and lively on Friday night! Beers seemed to be a mix of U.K., Belgian, French and some Spanish and Italian stuff. When we were there that had a tap takeover by an Italian brewery (great beers). They also have a restaurant across the street with a different tap list. Prices were about 5 euro for a 25cl pour. Bottles ranged from 7 to 35. Not cheap, but they do serve quality beers. A bit underwhelming for the highest rated bar in the city maybe, but a nice place to visit.
Nice! Minimalist decor with a wide range of beers, including Cantillon on tap. Mostly international selection so perhaps not the best place to try a lot of French brews. Cosy, cave-like atmosphere. Bar service only, which seems to be a trend among Parisian craft beer spots. Bartenders were friendly and knowledgable. Busy in the evening but not unpleasantly so. Worth a visit for any beer lover in Paris.
"Modern" industrial craft beer bar look. Bartender were just brewing their own homebrew when I visited! Nice service, good taps but lack of French microbrews dissapoints the beer Hunter. This time many Ghost-beers on tap. Certainly place to visit while in Paris and it is not too far from Les Trois 8.
Très belle carte et très bon choix à la pression, évidemment. Cependant, entre les sièges et leur disposition, ce n’est pas toujours super confortable ni pratique. Un poil trop sombre également, dommage.
Je n’ai pas trouvé mieux sur Paris, certes il y a du monde mais le comptoir est grand. Le service est impeccable, le barman nous conseille de belle façon. Les 20 bières en pression sont un large échantillon des brasseries artisanales locales et européennes. Les prix sont parisiens, mais on ne peut pas tout avoir...trouver une pression d’une microbrasserie c’est déjà un trésor. Merci pour ce lieu parisien.
We visited La Fine Mousse perhaps an hour after opening on a Friday night in October. What struck me initially was how small this place is - bar and seating area form a fairly tight L-shape. Overall it has a contemporary café / bar vibe going with relatively young clientele. Although it was already pretty busy we did manage to find a seat thankfully. La Fine Mousse boats perhaps the widest draught selection of beer in the city. There was a good mix of French, other European and North American microbreweries both on tap and in bottle. Service was pretty slow, but far from the worst we encountered on our visit. A huge step forward for the beer scene in Paris.
Interesting selection of beers on here of domestic craft and a few top shelf imports including a few collabs. The place is busy and popular with local brewers and other shop owners - I met the guy from Les Trois 8 there. Friendly staff who was happy to accomodate me and guide me through the menu and give me transit info so I could get home.