HUge selection of beers, more than six hundred. Really awesome. Most of them are belgian beers but also available from Poland, Germany, many from the UK, The Netherlands,..., andof courser from France with more or less about 30 different beers from some French regions. A must in Paris.
Very nice bottle shop with well displayed info about the beer (price, country, abv, etc.). The owner was very friendly and seems quite dedicated to her shop. Selection isn’t bad at all with some lambics, a fair amount of German beers, some De Molen and others good foreign beers and a couple of French micros (the French beers might be the weakest aspect of the selection though). Price are very good for Paris. Horal Oude Gueuze 2011 was only 10,5 euros, which is less than in most Belgian store I visited. A really nice bottle shop to visit if you are in the area and probably in my top-4 of Paris bottle shop.
Very good looking (yet classic) small shop with all bottles nicely displayed and categorized. Christmas is comping, so all classic and modern, French and otherwise, beers were lined up. Plus loads of (mostly Belgian) beer glasses. Friendly and professional service. Not an awful lot of modern French brews. Some Sainte Cru, couple of others. Further it’s hard Belgians (nothing very special) and half of English and German and the odd imports (De Molen, Brewdog, Brooklyn) from other countries. So for true tick hunting there isn’t a great amount, but a very well set up shop. Prices are attractive (for Paris). Should certainly not be your first stop in Paris, but if you’re there often it is a nice visit.
A big assortment of mostly standard Belgian beers, very little else. Maximum 5 French beers available, then just omnipresent generic stuff. If you’re after standard Belgiansm come here, for beer hunting go around the corner to Chop’in.