The successful beer bar chain’s most old-town-centric outlet, nicely loose with a large terrace outside. Still the local beers are the least featured and most expensive. There needs to be a bit of join-up here.
100-200m next to The Beers. This place feels like a tavern. I enjoyed the funny sign "Traboule closed" which adds to the "Lyon spirit". Friendly cheerful service. 10 beers on tap ; mostly belgian. I ordered a porter "Dark Arts Porter from Trouble Brew. Nice. 50 bottles beers also mostly belgian ; a few craft beers. Honestly, not the best beer selection of Lyon, but I liked the atmosphere.
Small Belgian bar located in a scenic spot along the Rhone. The beer list wasn’t that exciting. About 10 beers on tap and a couple of bottles. Beers were limited to mostly basic Belgian offerings that can be found anywhere (Vedett, Barbar, that kind of stuff). I settled on a Houblon Chouffe. Food’s limited to cheese and dried sausage. Wifi wasn’t available. Service was transaction focused. Overall, not really worth seeking out, especially since Fleurs du Malt is only 90 seconds away.
Nice cozy bar by the river. Crowded already on Thursday evening. The tap list and the bottles list was consisted of mostly Belgian beers that you can easily find (but I found 4 nice beers to try). Friendly and good service. Prices were OK. I dont know if there was any food.
Friendly if slightly claustrophobic beer pub within spitting distance of the Rhône. 10 beers on draught. Nine regulars (Maredsous, La Chouffe, Vedett, Faro and Liefmans) plus a guest which on my visit was Ayinger Celebrator. A few bottles as well. In short, nothing you can’t get elsewhere but still a decent place to visit.
Cosy Belgo pub by the river. Friendly staff, very good service, happy hour ’til 20.00 with pints for half pint price. Not only do they have proper glassware but also you get the proper coaster.Packed by 19.00, mostly younger people. Has outside seating, too. Definately worth a visit.
Just like other Berthom places: same selection of beers (mainly from Duvel group and Carolus), same kind of ambiance (students) and deco (wooden, like an ancient village place).
No more St Bernardus on the card since automn 2011.
Instead: Moinette, Rulles, Straffe Hendrik.
Prices a little too high at my pinion.
non è male. la selezione comprende solo le classiche birre, veramente un peccato perchè il pub è molto bello, se ci fossero un paio di birre veramente buone sarebbe uno dei miei posti favoriti. se avete fame mangiate da qualche altra parte.
I visited Lyon last May and I was supposed to concentrate on french wines but after finding this place I changed my plans. Several new belgian beers for me (most of them on draught).
Not too crowded during week except happy hour. Friendly stuff considering I cannot speak french at all. Also thumbs up for great music.