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82 /100 23 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“Visited the 20th October 2019 - Just in front of Chez Marcel this place is the little sister of a similar place named in Lille. Smiliar deco, architecture and concept, beer selection is also the same. Mainly based on french and belgian breweries. Price are the same at the original place in Lille which can be pricy for Arras but it's OK. 24 beers on tap, no cask. Compare to Lille, this place is much better organised, more place and there is a terrace. I recommended it.“
sir__v 169 days ago
84 /100 30 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“Visited sometimes ago with friends. Fresh new bar dedicated on beer. Located between the 2 main places of Arras, with modern decoration and huge terrace (now the street is only pedestrian so it's really nice). Selection is mostly french beers on tap with some foreing breweries from England, USA... Solid bottle and can selection with local and international beers. Some snacks are available. Price are OK for Arras, and service is really helpful and friendly. Very great effort on the service. Highly recommended in Arras! The only current place for decent beer!“
sir__v 264 days ago
56 /100 8 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“Visited the 29th December 2017 with friends. Between the 2 main places of Arras this bar is just next to Le Cellier des Arcades. Quiet big place with a mezzanine. Beer selection is mainly Belgium. Quite disappointed about no french beer selection... Price are quite high for the area. Little bit disappointed.“
sir__v 694 days ago
66 /100
L’eurostar (Restaurant)
9 PLACE FOCH 62000
“The place is actually a Brasserie, 6 taps which are Stella and Grimbergen and also Loburg. Have eaten here many a time now and not had a bad meal. The menu is also in English, and most of the staff were friendly and most of them spoke English. “
joe19612 1438 days ago
54 /100 1 PL.DU MARSHALL FOCH 62000 ARRAS
“The place is actually the bar of the hotel, it is situated opposite the main railway station in Arras. Only 4 pumps all of different styles and strength. Food was available but not tried. Can get busy as it seems every one eats at the other local restaurants then comes here afterwards. “
joe19612 1438 days ago
64 /100
V and B Arras (Beer Store)
3 RUE COPERNIC
“Visited the 26th July 2014 - Nice huge place with good beer, whisky and wine selection. Behind the shop there is a place to drink the product for a good price. The beer selection is made with local beers, belgium beers and also some foreign beers from Czech Republic, Germany, UK... The local and belgium selection is not so various, but the German beers have a nice place ;). Price are OK for the shop. There is a discount of 5% if you creat a free account. The owners are friendly and will be happy to tell you.“
sir__v 2083 days ago
88 /100 8 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“Visited the 26th July 2014 - A nice beer shop in Arras with amazing selection of local and belgium beer. The owner knows about beers and can really advice you, and recommend you great beers. The price are really nice. There are also some foreigner beers like Brewdog and Nogne O. Really amazing place. I recommend it! You will not be disappointed!“
sir__v 2083 days ago
84 /100 8 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“Great little shop, Stocking more French beers than I’ve ever seen as well as a huge selection of Belgians and a scattering of others. I was there in Feb 2013 and they had three of the Westvleteren 6 packs on display. Prices were good, a little pricier than in Belgian but reasonable.“
DeclanT 2591 days ago
86 /100 8 RUE DE LA TAILLERIE
“I found this place thanks to a blog post from 2005. It’s likely I would have found it anyways, but it’s nice to know that it’s been around for a while. A smallish location with a friendly owner, this was the best spot in town for good beer. Lots of French, Belgian, Franco-Belgian beers available, many local or semi-local. They range from common to fairly rare, and everything I had seemed as if it hadn’t sat around long enough to get stale. Also a lot of BrewDog products for some reason. The owners are extremely limited in speaking English, so it helps if you can use a bit of French, although despite the language barrier they can still be quite friendly and helpful. The place seemed like it made good business, but it never got too crowded while I was there. Prices were pretty fantastic, but my perception may be skewed by having been taxed to death while buying beer in Ontario. If you’re in Arras, or even the Nord Pas de Calais/Piccardie regions in general, this place is a must. The selection of glassware alone is worth the trip.“
JesseM 2747 days ago
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