Kala Court explores Paris’s first ever artisanal and organic brewery located in the culturally-rich locale of Little Africa.
Curated from Untapped Cities
In Paris, each arrondissement carries their own identity, and its inhabitants are proud of it. Sure, it sometimes borders on clichés (the 16th arrondissement is bourgeois, the 11th is bohemian, the 13th is Chinatown), but no one can deny that Parisian districts have their own vibe, sights and sounds.
And, thanks to Thierry Roche, the working-class district Goutte d’Or in the 18th arrondissement has now acquired its own “… taste.
Get off at the BarbÃ¨s-Rochechouart station, walk along boulevard BarbÃ¨s and you’ll find yourself in Goutte d’Or, a busy working-class district of Paris, dubbed “Little Africa” because of its large number of Arab and African residents. The area is alive, colourful, crowded and noisy. This has been Thierry Roche’s district for the past ten years, and it’s no surprise that the owner of the first artisanal brewery in Paris decided to set up his business here. After all, his beers were inspired by the cultural melange of his quartier…Continue Reading
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