A shop that is very easy to get to, right in the centre behind the Münster, which makes the ambiance really nice. The Selection has a pretty good mix of belgian and french beers, including the locals. A few germans too, second best selection in Straßburg. Prices are a bit on the steep side compared with germany, but not too expensive. Overall worth a visit, but I would also go to Strasbourg Bière Import for the more international beers.
Next to the outstanding cathedral. A beautiful shop. During those days, a lot of christmas beers. Good selection of french local (Bendorf, Perle, Matten), regional (Sainte Cru) and national beers (La Débauche...). Classic german beers. Good european selection. Even some fruity lambics such as Hanssens Lambic Raspberry . I don’t remember a lot of US beers. Good service. Ok price. 2 years ago, the place was closed during my short holidays ; i saw struise beers such as struise black damnations... no such things now, what a pity...
Good sized beer shop in central Strasbourg with a decent range of beers. Nice and relaxed with plenty of time to make your selections. Good range of local beers as well as imports. Well worth a look.
Fin (1184) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | June 23, 2016
We visited Village De La Bière
on Wednesday 22nd June 2016, this is a short walk from the Cathedral. If you viewed the Cathedral front on and walked along the street off to the LH side after a couple of minutes pleasant stroll you would stumble across the Village De La Bière on a corner.
As beer shops go this is one fairly standard sized and layout with wall to wall beers well laid out by countries and breweries. It had a good selection of local beers but also a pretty decent selection of UK, US and other European countries, so Wild, Beavertown, Brooklyn, Stone, Founders, Mikkeller, De Molen etc all here. However being in France we just went for a fewer local beers from Matten and one from Perle. The prices also seemed fine. I haven’t been to many beer shops in France but this is one of the best I have been to. Didn’t speak to the owner but he seemed like he’d be helpful with advice if required. Nice bit of classical music playing in the background to accompany your selecting.
Great little shop. Forgot to check ratebeer before going to Strasbourg, my wife spotted this place, pointed to it and declared "you’re welcome!" This is not a warehouse, its a tiny shop in the heart if town, lots of Belgian, French, and German craft beer- some American one’s too. Friendly service as well. A welcome oasis in a sea of Kronenbourg and Becks.
Nice, but quite small corner shop in the very center of Strasbourg. Having read the RB ratings I expected an even larger selection. (you won’t find all the beers listed above) The prices are a bit above average, but the owner is very friendly and helpful. Definitely worth a visit.
Cornershop, medium-sized, in central part of Strasbourg. Very good selection of craft beers from Europe, America and down under – one of the best I’ve ever seen in Europe. Well arranged on the shelves and easy to move around. Norway was represented by bottles from Ægir, Nøgne Ø, and Haandbryggeriet. One of the guys even wore a NØ t-shirt. He was very friendly and gave us recommendations to regional beers from Alsace. On his recommendation I bought beers from Bendorf, Matten and Perle (Artzner) to carry back home for later enjoyment. Great value, too. Top notch (visited with Eva, 26.07.2014).
Stopped in on a Friday afternoon. Nice little shop right downtown Strasbourg. They have a nice selection of stuff, a lot of Belgian beers but also quite a few up and coming French brewers. Some stock is quite old, but sometimes that is nice - found a bottle of La Trappe Oak aged quad batch #2 here, pretty cool. Can be a bit pricey but I think it’s pretty much on par with French prices. Would visit again if in Strasbourg.