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Pasteur St Brewing Tap Room, Hanoi

| 10 Jul 2018
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Pasteur St Brewing Tap Room, Hanoi
1 Au Trieu, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
11AM to 11PM 7 days

10 Jul 2018

Vietnam's pioneering craft beer brewer made a big splash in the capital in 2017 - opening an impressive emporium right by St Joseph’s Cathedral in Hanoi's Old Quarter. This is Hanoi’s most ambitious craft beer drinkery and it’s right downtown.

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The guys from Pasteur St Brewing Company were the first to make a serious mark on Vietnam’s craft beer scene back in 2015. Introducing American-style craft beer, brewed in Vietnam, with Vietnamese influences, their tiny tap room became the talk of the town.

Pasteur St's come a long way and in 2017, opened in impressive digs in Vietnam's capital, right by St Joseph's Cathedral in the heart of the city. Apart from a vast range of craft beers, from IPAs to exotic locally inspired flavours, Pasteur also serves American-style food.

Vietnam's appetite for craft beer has grown since 2015. So has the the availability of new brews. Pasteur St has expanded and continues to be the most visible craft brand with tap rooms in Saigon and Hanoi and a strong presence in bars and restaurants across the country.

Hanoi was slower to embrace craft beer but it’s well on board now. Pasteur St’s Hanoi taproom is a good spot to stop by for a drop in one of the coolest parts of the city.


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