Craft micro-brewery in Bas Chantenay by the river Loire in a refurbished 19th industrial building.
This old oil pressing factory is part of the program of rejuvenation of this historic part of Nantes, hub of naval construction.
This adventure started with two entrepreneurs, Jerome and Greg who took the plunge to create a brewery in an old part of town that once constructed the famous triple masted sailing ship “Belem” and was home to Jules Verne.
The rehabilitation of the building was entrusted to the architect Christophe Theilmann.
An ever-evolving area that is keen to preserve its proud industrial past.
23 Boulevard de Chantenay 44100 Nantes
How to get there?
Water bus TAN leaves from the grey crane on ile de Nantes ( free for pass holders).
Tram 1, from the stop “ Gare maritime” (+ 20min walking)
Buses C1,81,10: stop at “Bas-Chantenay” (350 m walk)
Free for PASS Nantes holders
Book PASS Nantes
Pass Nantes 7 days card holders only : visit of the brewery (in French) and tasting of artisanal beers on Friday and Saturday, 15.00 and 17.00. Booking necessary, forbidden to children under 18.
A glass of blonde beer Little Atlantique 25cl or soft drink to choose between Breizh Cola, Breizh Tea, Breizh agrumes ou syrup drink from October 1st to March 31st