Belle sélection mais prix très élevé et bouteille trop vielle sur les tablettes. Un lambic de 3 ans ne me dérange absolument pas mais une ipa de 2 ans me laisse croire à une mauvaise gestion. Mauvais soin accordé aux bières. Bières tres vielles sur les tablettes (porter Nogne embouteiller en 2012 alors que Nogne indique une date de consommation jusqu’à 2015 encore sur les tablettes fin 2016.)
Bref des produits qui font envie mais qui mériterait d’être mieux mis en valeur et qui sont vendus beaucoup trop chère.
jaghana (51) Strasbourg (Alsace), France | November 18, 2014
An unusual shop in Paris, yes lot of beers, huge choice, very rare stuff, friendly owners. On the other side price are expensive to very expensive, I saw some over dluo beers too. Still interesting to visit !
This is beer Valhalla. Not only the usual beers, but also quite some beers from far away places and extreme beers. Owner has hard time keeping an eye on 2 separate shops which are quite small and always filled with beer geeks like me. Friendly service, and knows what and where he has beers stored. Best beer shop in Paris for me so far.
Welcome to Paris Saint Biere, the place is really weird and comical, it’s like Ali Baba’s cave. The spot is falled in two shops one beside the other. The main shop is focused on french and belgium beer, classical beers but you will find also some treasure as Cantillon or small french breweries. On the second one it’s more foreign beer as Norway, Danish, Italian, US... The second one is more tidy and you wil find also some treasure from unknown breweries. The sellers will be pleased to advice you. About the price, expensive but nice for Paris.
Yet another atypical beer spot, as Paris has so many, this time in the form of a beer shop. Or shops actually because this place consists of two shops next to each other and with a their their one coming up I heard. Shop 1 has lots of Belgians, classic French stuff and is stacked to the brim with bottles. Shop 2 is full as well but slightly more organised and had modern craft from all over the world. Mikkeller, De Molen and Nøgne O can be found relatively easy nowadays in Paris, but they also have stuff I hadn’t seen before from small craft Québec breweries, Scandinavian, Dutch, Spanish and Italian and even bottle such as Speedway Stout. Mind you, as expected the prices are high to very high. Not out of the ordinary for grey imports but still... Also beware of old IPAs. Owner is a very proud man and very happy to help. I picked up some Tempête beers. Expensive but exciting shop. Curious what this is going to become.
Well located not too far from Père Lachaise and La Fine Mousse. Weird ambiance because there’s a ton of beer piled and you can barely walk without breaking a bottle (or a dozen). Service is ok and friendly. Very large selection of European (French, Belgian, Danish & others) and US beers. Price are a tad high, but not out of range for Paris. Nice place, but there’s not enough space to walk/make a selection and I’m not sure the beers are properly stored (some are exposed to light).