I suspect even some of the most avid readers of this blog sometimes find it all a bit too niche – all Red Lions and venerable landladies (if you’re very lucky both at the same time). And a few find it not niche enough (cut out the non-league moths etc).
So in the spirit of continuous improvement I have reviewed the content, reminding myself that I didn’t get round to writing up a trip to Paris in late March as, despite an international readership (yes, really), fewer people read the posts from foreign lands.
That means I didn’t get round to saying that the title pic is nothing to do with pubs but refers to a campaign to stop video advertising. Or to talk about the beer selection at La Fine Mousse.
Or about it’s sister pub La Robe et la Mousse, where the Imperial Pepper Stout (9.5%) was immense. Here as elsewhere dark beers, saisons and sours were selling well.
Or about the ground in Colombes that hosted the 1938 World Cup football final. More Nietzsche than niche.
Or about this nearby Kurdish cafe (though nothing more to say as it was closed).
Or about Brewberry where you can open a tab in one bar and bottle shop and carry it on across the street in their other bar.
Or about the relatively ancient (1993) Frog chain with their various outlets and Burton Pale Ale.
Or about Brussels Beer Project:
Or the sights and smells of Montmartre.
All of which is a shame because the beer scene in the French capital is booming and I am led to believe there a few other tourist attractions in the city too.
Maybe next time.