Not as many beers now. They have lots of stuff from Uberach in Strasbourg, but not much else of interest. Ciders also much fewer than I heard, with no ice cidres to be found. I wouldn’t even have bothered if La Cave a Bulles had not been closed.
I don’t know if I missed all the beers mentioned on the RB page, but there were somthing like 10 interesting beers on the shelf when visited (aug 2010). Some Rocheforts, St Bernardus 8 and some Lindemans bottles. Visited in a downish mood after realizing all good beer stores in paris were closed for summer vacation.
Reach the Lafayette Gourmet at the floor; a posh and hyper-expensive deli market, with every kind of speciality food, confused, kitsch, with no soul. There are two corners: the wine cellar (mead, ice cider) and the supermarket (beer, cider). This place can’t compete with the best beer shops in Paris (Cave à Bulles...), but it offers some real rarity, therefore worth mentioning. Said so, I have to admit that I find the price of ice ciders so ridicously high that I didn’t buy anything: -Face Cachée de la Pomme Neige, 27€, 20cl -Face Cachée de la Pomme Neige, 38.30€, 37cl -Face Cachée de la Pomme Eternelle, 53.50€ -Face Cachée de la Pomme Frimas, 70.60€ -Face Cachée de la Pomme Degel 04, untagged Then, there are some good Trappist beers, one mead (Plessis) and a couple of new ciders.