The Bec Jaune is a trendy micro brewery, lovingly producing 3 or 4 different ales per week. Much the same as you’ll find in any up and coming city, the Bec has been done out in a rough industrial shabby chic style. 80s snowboards are scattered around and classic LPs are tacked up on the walls.
The beer is good; they try and succeed to keep it interesting especially with the stouts, they’ve had coffee stout and smoked stout in recent months. They always have a pale, IPA and a stout on so there is something for every pallet. They have a limited wine list, it does the job, enough said.
As well as the ales, they’ve been brave with the food. Their quality homemade burgers have been added to with Japanese influences; the ramen and bibimap bowls are excellent and filling. A good idea when there are so many other places in town you can get a decent quality burger.
The Bec is definitely a pub, not a restaurant, the menu is short and the seating a bit rough, but its good quality grub, reasonably priced. So they are always full, definitely book in advance if you want to eat.
Oh and if you want a snack on the side of your apres jug of ale you HAVE to try the scotch egg!
Cons: gets busy so make sure you book, limited drinks offer if you’re not into real ales
Pros: great value, good quality, modern fusion pub, unique locally
Bec Jaune micro brewery morzine
Opening hours: 16:00 and 23:30 during the winter, also open at lunchtimes in the summer
Booking: firstname.lastname@example.org or 04 50 79 08 44
Address: 220 Route de la Combe à Zore, 74110, Morzine