Opened in 2015 on the outskirts of Antibes, the B06 microbrewery has become one of the most successful craft beer producers in the French Riviera. Its Blonde, Blanche and Amber brews are served in some of the most exclusive bars and beach clubs in the South of France.
Readily recognisable by its white bottles decorated with blue stripes, inspired by the local fishermen's traditional shirts, B06 beers are hand-produced in Antibes, in small batches, unfiltered and non-pasteurised. The logo, in the shape of a lifebuoy, was inspired by Solène Ronnaux-Baron's – the brewery's creator – great-grandfather who moved to Antibes in 1955 after serving in the French Marines.
Her brews can now be tasted in some of the French Riviera's trendiest spots, including the five-star Hotel Cap du Eden Roc and the Absinthe Bar in Antibes, La Bastide de Saint-Antoine in Grasse or the famous Byblos in Saint-Tropez, where they even have a signature Byblos par B06 beer.
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