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Collette D wrote a review Mar 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom12 contributions15 helpful votes
We took our friends here to celebrate a big birthday, Jayne , one of the owners took us around the brewery to sample some amazing beers. Hard to say which we liked as we liked a lot, and there’s many to choose from. We also visited there Tap Room, on the second night , there was a food truck outside doing delicious ribs, and an amazing live Irish Band inside, with the beer, wine and atmosphere, we had an absolute brilliant night …
Date of experience: March 2020
1 Helpful vote
Damian M wrote a review Jan 2020
Ginoles, France19 contributions12 helpful votes
We were made very welcome by the owner and staff alike and spent a very pleasant couple of hours in the BDQ. The local area has lots of bars, however, they are all 'outside' venues. This place you can sit inside very comfortably when on the odd occasion its too cold outside. The mix is as ever 50/50 English speaking/French. Family friendly and a very good time was had by all. The beer is also top notch. We will be back very soon - hopefully someone else will drive next time!…
Date of experience: January 2020
Fons B wrote a review Aug 2019
Moergestel, The Netherlands103 contributions12 helpful votes
When you have time to relax, this is a perfect place to have a beer. They serve a variety of own brewed beers
Date of experience: August 2019
2 Helpful votes
Lee wrote a review Mar 2019
Knutsford, United Kingdom27 contributions29 helpful votes
Stumbled upon this place whilst driving through the area, nice vibe, good tunes and selection of beer.... also got table football what else could anyone need!?
Date of experience: March 2019
1 Helpful vote
Response from Paul B, Owner at BDQ Taproom & Kitchen (Brasserie du Quercorb)
Responded Mar 4, 2019
Glad you enjoyed - à la prochaine...
Camp Bryan wrote a review Dec 2018
1 contribution3 helpful votes
If you like a bunch of snotty, expat Brits moaning about Brexit and beer that tastes like tree bark and fungus, this is the place for you. Oh, and it costs about €8 a bottle ! Nice village though.
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
Response from brasserie_du_quercor, Manager at BDQ Taproom & Kitchen (Brasserie du Quercorb)
Responded Jan 4, 2019
Thank you for your feedback Camp_Bryan, we take all feedback seriously and are sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy your visit. Predominately our clients are French and our policy of 'everybody is welcome' works really well for us. In August (when Tripadvisor says you visited) our clients will have travelled from all over France, indeed all over the world. Even in low season it is not unusual to have several different nationalities together. We're very proud of that. We make all of our beers and we distribute throughout France, some people visit us because they've tried our beers elsewhere, others discover us by chance because they're visiting our beautiful village. We're confident that we price fairly. We have a very wide range of beers and pricing that corresponds. Many of our beers are 2.50€ - the same price that bars in neighbouring towns sell industrially produced beers. We do have some at 8€ and the most expensive beer on our menu is a Limited Edition 9-month-barrel-aged Gold Medal Winning Beer at 9.60€. Like all our beers, it sells out very quickly. Brexit is a hot topic, we doubt there's a Bar in Europe where it isn't being discussed. We have taken your comments on board though and we will now make sure that tissues are available at the bar for anyone feeling Snotty, depressed about Brexit or weepy about the lack of bark and fungus flavoured beer. We notice this is your first review and it took you 4 months to write it. We wish you a Happy New Year.