Lannion Beer Guide: Your Lannion guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Lannion

68 /100 40 IMPASSE DE KERLINN
“The cidery is in "Lannion", but it's a good 10 minute drive from the city center. Very friendly and passionate young owner who insisted we tried all his ciders while he talked about his products (cider, pommeau, eau de vie, juice). All bio stuff. Prices are definatley not cheap, but you get a quality product. I'm not sure if they do full tours here. I guess if you arrange it beforehand. As it is it's a nice place to visit to buy some bottles and talk with the owner, but don't expect to spend a lot of time here.“
Maakun 889 days ago
72 /100
Le Gringo (Bar)
RUE DES CHAPELIERS
“Tapas style bar, though I didn't try the food. You get a little bowl of tortilla chips with your beer though. They have 8 taps of local craft beer, and our waiter was very happy to tell us about the beers and the breweries they came from. Matching glassware too. The best bar to try local craft beer I've found in the area.“
Maakun 889 days ago
74 /100
La Bonne Heure (Beer Store)
15 RUE EMILE LE TAILLANDIER
“I didn’t go here myself but let my girlfriend buy a few beers for me, thought I’d rate it anyway as it has zero reviews as of now. Seemed like a nice place from their website.

They seems to have quite some local beers here. According to my girlfriend they were very helpful trying to find stuff we’d like from breweries I’ve never tried before. She came back with some nice craft and interesting styles, not the typical blond/amber/brown. So nice selection and friendly service, if you’re into local beers try them for sure! I can’t comment on their prices though :-)“
Maakun 1621 days ago
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