Ma Bière

Ma Bière is a workshop for learning about and experimenting with brewing beer. During an evening or afternoon, you will spend 4 hours brewing your own beer either by yourself or with a friend: the choice of recipe, mash, filtration, choice of bittering and aromatic hops, choice of yeasts - you decide it all. As you brew your beer, you will taste different beers brewed at the workshop that will help you better understand the influence of malt and hops in the beer. The tastings are accompanied by deli meats (Bayonne ham, Lonzo and Coppa Corsica, Italian sausage, etc) and cheese (Saint-Nectaire, Comté 12 months old, Cantal, Tomme, etc). 3-4 weeks later, you return to bottle of your 20 liters of beer. Ma Bière also hosts evenings for experimented brewers that want to use the equipment on site. It is also possible to buy malts, hops and yeasts.

14 rue Caillaux
75013 Paris

Official events of the promoter

Presidential Brunch

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Food Pairing
On this election day, we’re hosting an American-style brunch composed of pancakes, waffles, cakes, muffins, bagels and cheesecakes created by the wonderful chef Rachel. We’re also...
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Water, malts, hops & yeast

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Tasting / Meet the Brewer
What’s hiding behind these 4 ingredients used in brewing? How is hops cultivated? How is malt produced? Come taste 10 different beers all created with the same base recipe, but where...
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Choosing your beer glass

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Tasting / Meet the Brewer
A beer tasting shouldn’t happen in any old glass. Come discover different types of beer glasses (Spiegelau, Teku, etc.) during a tasting of 5 styles of beer: Pale Ale, Wheat Beer,...
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Brewing & reuse of spent grains

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Brewing Workshop
Come spend an afternoon brewing an American IPA with us. At the same time, we’ll be reusing the spent grains from the brew to make bread, cookies and soft caramels. Three easy recipes...
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Initiation to Beer Pairing

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Food Pairing
Ma Bière and Bière Masterclass invite you to a food and beer pairing discovery workshop. The practice is more delicate than with wine. You need to know how to pair a larger variety of...
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