Very good place to discover beer ! A lot of different beers, and advices from the team is always good. I recommend also the Brewberry Bar across the street, wher you can chose between 24 different draft beers !! Don’t hesitate, you won’t regret it...
Yes. That’s nice to have beers from a lot of breweries but... WTH about the prices?! It is Paris, I know, but still...
Le Supercoin and Les Trois 8 have awesome prices compared to this place, and it’s still Paris.
I don’t get which is the point of having delivered great beers from other countries and then sell them at this crazy prices! The same is the brewberry bar in front.. I’ve never payed so much for beer!
Little and cosy bar with an impressive selection of beers from the us and the scandinavian states, not many french beers, as I would have licked. The service wasnt that bad but they dont speak good english. There is little space to sit and if it is all taken, you cant stay out standing or elsewhere. I am not coming back for sure!!
Great place to buy beers (in bottle). Pretty good selection of american beers (which is not so common). Lots of scandinavian also, english, belgian... and french and even parisian ! overall something like 400 beers. Possibility to drink there, the terrasse is very enjoyable, particularly under the late afternoon sun.
The owners are quite knowledgeable and it’s a pleasure to exchange opinions with them. They actually have some merit to take time to discuss with the customers while serving ! I spend a lot of evenings sitting at the bar talking with them and their regular customers.
The place recently expanded as a bar on the other side of the street. Possibility there to try on tap some of beers sold in the shop.
See you soon guys :)
Stopped in here on my last day in Paris and it was packed. Did carryout (10% discount) and if my wife was not with me I may have gone broke. Cantillon bottles included Gueuze, Kriek, Rose, Iris, Mamouche, Vigneronne, Cuvee, St. Lam, and LP Kriek, there were a couple Black damnation 750s hanging out, lots of De Molen, plenty of Alamanac to my surprise, Bruery, AleSmith, Jester King, Lost Abbey, Port Brewing, 3F including Golden Blend, other American stuff, and a few bottles of Armand’4 Herfst (there was one fewer when I left, of course). Very nice service and they threw in a free beer (a De Molen brewed especially for Brewberry). All in all this seems like the place to go in Paris for a beer bar feel and some bottles to go.
A nice beer shop in Paris with a great selection from many contries of the world as UK, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, USA. Great selection with some difficult breweries to find as Jester King or Struise. There are some table inside and outside, and you can drink a beer from the shop. The service is nice and friendly. You will always received advices about beer. Price are high but ok for Paris. Remain that there is a discount of 10% if you buy beer to take away.
Really awesome bottle shop in the Latin Quarter. Great selection of the best of France (not that that is very much or impressive), some good but mostly standard Belgians, some great British beers (mostly Brewdog and Thornbridge), a bunch of Nogne O, De Molen, and a thoughtful selection of American beers. Owners are extremely friendly and helfpul. Mandatory stop for beer in Paris.
Tout petit shop dans une très belle petite rue. Choix important en bières étrangères (danemark, Hollande, Etats-Unis, Suède, Belgique...), les prix peuvent être dissuasifs mais on est dans la capitale...! Petit bémol, pas trop de micro françaises quand j’y suis passé. Tenu par 2 passionnés qui savent parfaitement vous conseiller.
Visited on a Sunday afternoon at opening. I dug the location tucked away down an alley and away from the bustle of the local market. The selection didn’t wow me as I thought it would do - not many French beers here but a strong Belgian focus, if that’s what you’re after. However, I did find a beer to sit down and enjoy outside. Nibbles were provided.