It is nice to find a micro brewery in a city/country with a serious micro deficit. Beers are average and lean toward the mild/english style, about 5 or 6 selections available all the time. Would be really nice to see a hoppy IPA... They do serve food but I haven’t eaten here.
Nice brewpub near the center of Toulouse. 6 beer styles from Frog Beer, 4 locally brewed and 2 in bottles. Had the burger which was phenomenal. A little loud/roudy, but overall a nice place to have a few rounds and food.
Fin (1146) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | November 17, 2014
We visited here on Sunday 16th November 2014 (my birthday!) I hadn’t intended going to a Frog and Rosbif brewpub however almost all other (decent) bars were closed on a Sunday, so needs must I guess. I am glad that we visited here at this time and on a Sunday because it appeared the sort of place we wouldn’t wish to frequent at busy times. Unusually the minimum beer measure was 500ml I was quite surprised at this, I was also a little surprised to be served by a youngish chap who spoke very proper English, sounding every bit a public school background, service was good and tasters were offered. They also sell spirits by the bottle here €80 a pop! and all manner of beer and cocktail combo’s. From a choice of about six beers I had the black IPA which was a much, much better beer than I expected, Loz not wishing to have such a large measure had red wine. It was good sized bar on a backstreet just a little way off the main drag. Large screen TV’s showed rugby and music (mostly Rolling Stones) was pumping out. However we spent an hour or so here, writing my travel journal and contemplating on where to go next, a Sunday in Toulouse after you’ve done the markets is hard work. I wouldn’t rush back here but it certainly was a life saver on a Sunday and beer and ambience better than expected.
Fairly close to the center of town, with a typical British pub feel. The small brewing system is right in the front window. Stopped by on a weeknight at opening and no one was there. Prices are a bit steep and the very friendly Irish bartender said that keeps the college kids away. Seven beers on tap, not one was very good. Didn’t eat, but the kitchen looked decent. Really just a stop to tick if you’re in town.
Was a nice place to sit and have a few pints and a bite to eat (they don’t make their own food, but they offer food from a couple of nearby restaurants. We had a plate of samosa, pakora, etc that was great).
A nice, clean atmosphere and very friendly staff. The beers (they brew their own) we decent enough, but not anything to write home about.
This is clearly a place where you go for the ambiance and not for the beers. Nice place to watch rugby games (a nice spot to watch France vs England games) and to play darts. The beers have funny names, but that’s about it.