Our History

Pasteur Street Brewing Company (PSBC) started with the simple idea to combine American craft brewing techniques with fresh and exotic Vietnamese ingredients to create amazing craft beer. When founder, John Reid shared his idea with Alex Violette, then Head Brewer at Upslope Brewing, Alex was immediately sold and moved to Saigon, Vietnam. Named after the street where their first Tap Rooms are located, PSBC has enjoyed rapid growth since 2014. PSBC has carefully developed over 200 distinct beers, 4 Tap Rooms and serving the brews in over 200 outlets throughout the country! Throughout our growth, the vision of combining the best Vietnamese ingredients with professional American craft brewing know-how is still core to everything we do.

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The best ingredients

PSBC values quality above all else and that starts with our ingredients.  We begin with roasted malt from Belgium & Germany which gives the beer its distinctive character. Then, we add American hops (and some from Australian & New Zealand) to deliver the rounded flavor of our American style craft beer. Finally, we incorporate the highest quality Vietnamese ingredients to finish off our fresh and creative brews that are unique to PSBC.


Food Menu

Our Executive Chef, Logan has been working with several restaurants in Saigon over the last couple of years and has been a strong advocate for serving good beer with honest food. Check out our fresh take on pub food classics made with the best Vietnamese ingredients. We have a delicious selection: Bao Burgers, Pot Pie, Chicken Bites and so many more. Ask your server for their favourite food and beer pairing, and find out why we are so excited!

Hoi An Taproom!

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Pasteur Street Brewing Company is invading Central Vietnam! Check out this sneak peek of our newest taproom location coming to Hoi An this summer. The ancient Hoi An scenery and culture really inspired us for this one and we can’t wait to show you! Check our social media and website for updates on the opening!


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