Paris Paysanne Podcast: Dorothée Van Agt & Saskia Aardenburg of Mozaic Cave à Bières

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In this episode of the Paris Paysanne Podcast we talk with Dorothée Van Agt and Saskia Aardenburg of Mozaic Cave à Bières about craft beer, women brewers, and Paris Beer Week.

Dorothée Van Agt

Dorothée Van Agt

Saskia Aardenburg

Saskia Aardenburg

Mozaic Cave à Bières opened its doors in January and has since been delighting the Miromesnil neighbourhood with its friendly service, locally sourced freshly prepared food, and of course their great selection of craft beer- including a wide range of fresh American beers imported by Brothers Loving Beer.

Saskia is a Paris based student who has worked for various craft beer bars and breweries in Paris including Hoppy Corner, Brasserie de la Goutte d’Or, and now Mozaic.

Dorothée’s role in the creation and expansion of the Paris craft beer scene has been essential. Dorothée was part of the team that created the Bières Cultes bottle shop franchise and is also a member of Bières et Papilles, the association that organizes Paris Beer Week. In addition to being the owner and boss at Mozaic, Dorothée also brews as a nomadic brewer under the name Allegoria.

Dorothée also works with the Pink Boots Society, an association that aims to support and further the careers of women in the beer industry.

If you’re in Paris or plan on visiting, head to Mozaic to try beers from lady brewers/breweries such as Allegoria, Dry & Bitter, and Thibord Brasserie. You can also discover great French craft beer from breweries such as Popihn, O’clock Brewery, Brasserie de Grand Paris, and Brasserie de l’Etre. You’ll also want to check out beer from De Moersleutel brewery from the Netherlands and Canadian brewery Dieu du Ciel, both of which will be participating in this year’s Paris Beer Week.

Thanks so much to Dorothée and Saskia for taking the time to talk to me for this episode!

Thanks also to World Radio Paris for welcoming us into their family! Check out their list of local shows to find more great France based English language radio programs. 

Thanks as always to Ben Nerot, who wrote and performed the podcast's theme song and who helped me make a pretty great Caesar Salad this weekend.

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