France, I would have her look for local brews in the "Bieres De Garde" style. In some places in the US you can get "3 Monts," probably the most famous of this French style; but if it were me... well, there are a few unusual brews there that probably can be found in Paris. The Bourganel produces beers with unusual ingredients; such as chestnuts and nougat "Au Nougat" and "Aux Marrons." There are many, many Framboise choices as well. When I travel, I really just look for labels that I have never seen in the states, key in on words like "Abbey" and "Cuvee" and the "Biere de Garde" (farmhouse) wording. These days with the internets it is possible to do a bit more research. London, the UK, well I have only been there twice and both times went pub hopping. Most of my travels have been to Germany, France, and the Czech Republic. Does she need someoen to carry her luggage?