In Saint Michel there’s an Irish bar called Corcoran’s Irish Pub. It’s part of a chain of 8 bars in Paris.
It’s your stereotypical Irish drinking tavern that you’ll see in any country serving Irish and Scottish Ales.
I ended up here a couple of afternoons just for a cleansing ale.
You’ll find your classics such as Guinness and Kilkenny, and I had several. But you’ll also get brews you’ve probably never heard of before such as a Belhaven Twisted Thistle IPA which is a reasonably decent IPA from Dunbar in Scotland.
Service was good, staff were friendly. A nice place for an afternoon beer.