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72 /100 14 RUE DES HALLES, 75001
“Visited in december 2019“
KegTickers59 130 days ago
72 /100 3, RUE BAUDELIQUE
“Visited in december!“
KegTickers59 130 days ago
66 /100 68, RUE SAINT-DENIS
“Tap selection is quite boring, but some locals You can find. Place is cozy and they speak english :)“
Juks 131 days ago
86 /100 14 RUE DES HALLES, 75001
“Visited 4/3/2020. I drowned my sorrows here after finding La Cave à Bulles had closed. True it’s not as good, but was a very worthy place to visit and benefits from a drink-in licence and is situated in a much more inviting location - both of which detracted from the Cave experience. There are 2 walls full of beers, on one, Belgian and other countries, on the other French micros plus a small and slightly eclectic selection from UK. Plus one full fridge. Service was great. Was warmly welcomed when I came in and immediately offered assistance in selecting beers which I initially declined but then when I asked for help to run through all the different breweries they had they were only too pleased to help me identify the French breweries I’d not had before (found about 12) and then help me decide which one to have from each. We shared a few there, and also had a couple from tap which were quality. Place is quite compact, seating for around 10 people inside plus some seating outside for when the weather was better than it was today!“
Grumbo 132 days ago
66 /100 47BIS RUE BICHAT
“Visited the 31st January 2020 - reasonable distance of Gare de l'Est and easy to reach this place is a nice modern architecture place owned by Brussels Beer Project. There is another place in Pigalle, Paris. Nice range of beer with lot of guest 25 beers wow. Service is friendly and only at the bar, only credit card accepted no cash, and wow beers are very expensive!!! I can recommend this place for the architecture, the service and the range of beer but definitely not for the price. 7,5€ for a 25cl... what the hell...“
sir__v 158 days ago
64 /100 116, RUE SAINT-DENIS
“Pub Frog comme il en existe plusieurs dans la capitale. Les bières sont brassées sur place, elles sont assez inégales, on passe du bof au pintable. Les prix sont raisonnables. J'ai testé les tacos mais j'ai été un peu déçu, les burgers font envie mais non testés.“
Gwilbreuf 161 days ago
84 /100 34 RUE DES PETITS CARREAUX
“Lieu très sympa, bonne ambiance, petit et vite rempli mais ça rajoute à l'ambiance. 15 becs avec une belle sélection plus un grand nombre de canettes et bouteilles. Les prix sont raisonnables (pour Paris). Je recommande, très bon bar craft de la capitale.“
Gwilbreuf 161 days ago
38 /100 4 BIS AVENUE JEAN AICARD
“Visited on the 14/1/20 evening with 3 other friends. The service was rude, making us feel completely unwanted. There was also no English menu. After sitting inside for like 10 minutes without any help, we simply walked out and to the bar just across. It was much better.“
troubles 172 days ago
70 /100 32 RUE DE ROCHECHOUART
“20 taps, mostly Mikkeller beers, 1 or 2 local ones. Pricey but decent.“
troubles 173 days ago
82 /100
I.B.U. (Bar)
20 COUR DES PETITES ÉCURIES
“10 taps, about half local, pouring 12.5 cl size (Galopin is French), great service and nice vide. Very much worth a visit.“
troubles 173 days ago
78 /100 11, RUE VICTOR LETALLE
“Tacked away in a narrow street, place is small with around 6 tables but full of good vibes - music and decoration. Solid tap list, pouring 12.5 cl (small small) as they call it in Paris. Highly recommended.“
troubles 173 days ago
70 /100 75 AVENUE DU GENERAL LECLERC
“Nice place, but it's not a brewery. I repeat, no brewery.“
YeastSampler50 177 days ago
80 /100 64 RUE DE CHARONNE
“Great wee place. 16 taps, 4 of there own beers on. Good European selection and US beers. A top notch bar for a top notch city“
Lonick 181 days ago
84 /100 6 RUE DES FONTAINES DU TEMPLE
“Très bel endroit, notamment au niveau du sous-sol entièrement vouté et en vieille pierre de taille. Très bonne sélection de bières et à des prix corrects, mais gros hic surprenant pour un bar : il n'y a que des bières à la bouteille, il faut le savoir. Par contre pas de soucis, elles sont mises au frais et donc prêtes à être bues à n'importe quel moment. Un peu de bouffe de type pâté ou saucisson permet d'éponger un peu le liquide. Personnel super sympa. Juste dommage qu'il n'y ait pas de bières à la pression...“
AssKicker 191 days ago
66 /100 1 PLACE DE THORIGNY
“Très bel endroit, comme tous les bars Brewdog, avec tous les codes esthétiques de la marque. Niveau bière c'est un poil la déception lors de mon passage fin décembre 2019. Beaucoup de headliners Brewdog qu'on trouve en supermarché, donc rien de très excitant ou qui permette de mieux découvrir la brasserie. De plus les prix sont bien élevés par rapport à nombre d'autres bars, et encore plus en ce qui concerne les bières à la bouteille (6€ la Punk IPA sur place, 4€ à emporter, sérieusement ?). Les autres bières proposées n'étaient pas folichonnes non plus en terme de sélection... A part ça le personnel est cool, et bonne surprise au niveau des pizzas qui sont bien bonnes, à des tarifs corrects pour le coup (aux alentours de 13€), et il est possible de s'en prendre une en pleine après-midi. Bilan mitigé quoi...“
AssKicker 191 days ago
82 /100 51 QUAI DE VALMY
“Cool spot next to the river and a good place to come to try French cider that I bet will only improve, as they just opened in June 2019. 8 taps, but only 2 of which were French on my visit. You can do flights of 4 x 0.20cl for €15, not a terrible deal. They also have another 25 bottles or so, but most are 750mL. They even had 4 ice ciders from Quebec! They also had 5 (listed as Cuvées Spéciales) where they do bottle pours. Friendly, English-speaking service - the owner/manager is super friendly and passionate about cider, and beer generous. Very chill environment. I enjoyed this place a lot and would certainly recommend it to cider lovers.“
mcberko 191 days ago
78 /100 64 RUE DE CHARONNE
“This was a fantastic find. Charming little place with super friendly bartenders / staff who really want to take care of you. A dozen or so taps, with 5-6 of their own and the rest solidly chosen guest taps. Flights of 4 x 12.5cl pours of their own beers for €10, a very good deal, especially for Paris; and their house beers were very well-done. They also had a nice French cider on. Too bad about the lack of reviews here - I just sort of happened upon the place and was very impressed. Very much recommended.“
mcberko 191 days ago
68 /100 6 RUE EMILE LEPEU
“Recently downscaled the beer on tap here - now it’s just 6 taps of their own, with 6 taps devoted to mostly wine and cocktails, and if you’re lucky, a nice French cider. Flights of 6 x 12.5cl pours for €15, a little pricey given that it’s their own beers. Extremely friendly bartender who was happy to converse in English. The beer quality was solid but nothing exceptional. Worth a stop if you’re in this area during their rather late open hours.“
mcberko 191 days ago
70 /100
Paris Saint Bière (Beer Store)
101 RUE DE CHARONNE
“Very close to Outland and worth a stop. Tiny shop but they cram a lot of goodness in a small space. Cantillon, 3F and Tilquin to be found, plus plenty of French beers. No English spoken by the main guy, but he was super friendly; if you can speak a bit French, you can get by. Worth a stop only if you’re in the area.“
mcberko 192 days ago
80 /100 4 BIS AVENUE JEAN AICARD
“A fine dining restaurant, but worth checking out for the 12 taps. It’s directly across the street from the regular bar, but has a different taplist, so is worth checking out in its own right. Same deal as across the street - 12.5cl pours available of everything. They had Cantillon Nath on when I visited. Very friendly, English-speaking service. Worth a visit.“
mcberko 192 days ago
74 /100 1 RUE DE BRUXELLES
“Cool spot in a relatively quiet neighbourhood. A whopping 26 taps, 15 of which were BBP taps when I visited and the rest guests. Flights of 4 x 12.5cl pours available starting at €12, but since so many of the beers are more expensive than the base price, it can get fairly expensive - my two flights were €30. I enjoyed this place overall - chill, cozy atmosphere, friendly service, and a good taplist overall. BBP beers are generally nothing special, but there were a couple I enjoyed a lot, and the guests were nicely chosen. Recommended.“
mcberko 192 days ago
58 /100 11 RUE DU POT DE FER
“Visited around 11pm on a Thursday evening and they decided to close an hour early. Unapologetic about it - seems that’s an acceptable business practice here. Taplist was okay, with lots of non-French European and US stuff that is not so interesting to me, especially for the high prices. Underwhelming considering its ratings and compared to other top spots in Paris.“
mcberko 215 days ago
46 /100 49 RUE DESCARTES
“British feel to this pub, but they specialize in Belgian beers, with 12 classic Belgian Strongs on tap. Half and full pints available. Nothing overly special here, but if you’re nearby and looking for decent beer — other than Brewberry — this is perhaps a decent bet.“
mcberko 215 days ago
78 /100 3 RUE MONSIEUR LE PRINCE
“One of the best bars we visited in Paris. 20 taps, with the majority of beers occupied by a brewery that had a tap takeover. Other taps were extremely well-chosen too, with an impie stout and BA barley wine from France. 50cl and 25cl pours available; though you can get tastes also. Small place with limited seating, and it gets busy. Very much recommended.“
mcberko 215 days ago
74 /100 11, RUE VICTOR LETALLE
“Really great bar tucked away in a quiet residential area with a few other bars. Tiny place, must be less than 400 sqft, with just 8 taps — but they were well-chosen when I visited, with some good French locals and a great The Kernel wild beer. Friendly bartender. Prices are reasonable for Paris, with half pours available. Recommended.“
mcberko 215 days ago
68 /100 90 BOULEVARD DE MENILMONTANT
“Cool spot, somewhat grungy feeling, but with a decent atmosphere. We were the only patrons on a Thursday afternoon at 5pm. 10 taps, mostly their own, but some guests. Everything is available in 12.5cl pours for €2-4, a great option for raters. Beer quality ranged from average to good, with a very nice low ABV house pale ale and a good west coast IPA as well. Friendly service, with broken English spoken. Solid spot but not a top one in the city.“
mcberko 215 days ago
72 /100
Hop Malt Market (Grocery Store)
79 RUE SAINT-MAUR
“A little, unassuming convenient store right next to Maison BapBap, with a very impressive beer selection. Solid French locals plus some of the best European breweries available - several hundred bottles total. Prices are very reasonable. Owner doesn’t speak English but was very friendly. Worth a visit if you’re nearby.“
mcberko 215 days ago
52 /100 79 RUE SAINT MAUR
“Cute little place near Bastille with limited seating, but it was empty upon opening (5pm) on a Thursday. 10 taps - no flights but 25cl pours, but staff will do tastes. Beer is flawed to decent, with a couple on tap being infected. Wouldn’t recommend the place if this is a representative experience.“
mcberko 216 days ago
78 /100 16 RUE DES TOURNELLES
“Impressive bottle shop near Bastille, with a large selection of French bottles and also other good European micros. Reasonably priced and friendly English-speaking staff. Definitely worth a visit for your bottle shopping in central Paris.“
mcberko 216 days ago
72 /100 34 RUE DES PETITS CARREAUX
“Busy place in the evenings, which can make it crowded, as it’s a fairly narrow bar. Less than 20 minutes walk from Mikkeller. 15 taps, with flights of 5 available — somewhere between €13-15, not bad at all for Paris. Taplist was impressive, with lots of nice, mostly French stuff, plus some other European and American things to be seen. Friendly but somewhat slow service. A great, mandatory stop when in Paris.“
mcberko 216 days ago
68 /100 32 RUE DE ROCHECHOUART
“A nice new addition to the Paris scene. Very small main floor, with very minimal table seating, a few bar seats, and then some more seating upstairs. 20 taps, fairly well-chosen, but there really wasn’t anything that special on - fairly standard Mikkeller stuff, a few French guests, and a few others. Super friendly bartenders. No flights but smaller pours available. Not to be missed when in Paris, but it doesn’t quite hold up to some other European Mikkeller establishments.“
mcberko 216 days ago
62 /100 7TER RUE DUVERGIER
“About a 5-minute walk from Paname, this is a moderately sized warehouse-like bottle shop, that also has 4 (crappy) taps and the ability to drink bottles on premises for a premium (a rather hefty one at that). Decent French selection of bottles but a better Belgian one, with some good lambics available. Friendly staff. Not a must-hit, as there are better bottle shops around, but if you’re in the area, it might be worth popping in.“
mcberko 216 days ago
70 /100 26 QUAI DE LA MARNE
“Just a 5-minute walk from Paname and well-worth visiting. It looks pretty unassuming from the outside, and even when you walk in, doesn’t feel like a beer bar. Then you see you the screens with the 20 nicely chosen taps - maybe half French and half other European imports. 0.25L and 0.5L pours, and they will also do 0.12L pours for half the 0.25L prices, which are very reasonably priced (€2-4 per). Friendly bartender. Other than the shitty rap blasting, this place was very enjoyable. Recommended.“
mcberko 216 days ago
70 /100 41 BIS QUAI DE LA LOIRE
“Open earlier than most places, so a great choice for starting your day. 10 beers on tap, with flights of 4 available for €10. Beer quality ranged from subpar to solid, with the smoked porter being a standout. Extremely friendly service, who take plenty of time to explain their beers and help. Not particularly recommended for the beer quality, but the early opening hours are attentive, and it’s a pleasant place to chill.“
mcberko 216 days ago
84 /100 41 BIS QUAI DE LA LOIRE
“On pourrait se croire chez Brewdog tant ce lieu est ressemblant à leurs bars ! Niveau mousse j'ai bu l'IPA et la black IPA qui manquent juste un peu d'amertume et de caractère sinon leurs buvabilité sont très correctes...un endroit qui mérite le passage tant pour le lieu, le cadre et les bières“
stephan0057 225 days ago
76 /100 34 RUE DES PETITS CARREAUX
“Visited the 28th November 2019 - in the centre of Paris, quite easy to find this place has a great selection. Around 15 taps, great selection with nice brewery. Can be really busy and noisy, friendly staff. Price are high/OK for Paris (cannot expect cheaper quality beer in Paris). Good experience, a must try.“
sir__v 229 days ago
86 /100 4 BIS AVENUE JEAN AICARD
“November 2019“
KegTickers59 232 days ago
84 /100 16 RUE DES TOURNELLES
“November 2019“
KegTickers59 232 days ago
90 /100 6 AVENUE JEAN AICARD
“November 2019“
KegTickers59 232 days ago
22 /100 25, COUR ST. EMILION
“Service was really slow ... nothing special...so kuch so i walked out in the end...piss poor..“
Wirralbeerveg 248 days ago
68 /100 114, AVENUE DE FRANCE
“Not bad 8 of there own on..“
Wirralbeerveg 251 days ago