Food & Drink

Where to go if you never want to drink a bad beer in Paris again

Published On 11/12/2013 Published On 11/12/2013
La Cave a Bulles
La Fine Mousse
Anna Brones
Supercoin
À La Bière Comme à la Bière
Les Trois 8
Express de Lyon
People’s Drugstore
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1. Cave à Bulles 45 rue Quincampoix, Paris, 75004 (Le Marais)

If you're looking to pick up some fine craft beers, Cave à Bulles is one of your best bets in Paris because of their expansive collection.

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2. La Fine Mousse 6 avenue Jean Aicard, Paris, 75011 (Bastille)

This bar has an amazing beer selection (22 on tap), plus quality wines (obviously), and tasty cheese plates.

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3. Brasserie de la Goutte d'Or 28 rue de la Goutte d'Or, Paris, 75018 (Pigalle)

This is Paris's ONLY craft brewery. Yep, and to make sure it's true to the city where it launched, all of its beers are named after streets in the area and you can find those brews in bars around town.

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4. Le Supercoin 3 Rue Baudelique, Paris, 75018

Located at 3 Rue Baudelique, Le Supercoin is a laid back bar that serves up quality microbrews.

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5. À La Bière Comme à la Bière 20 Rue Custine, Paris, 75018 (Monmartre)

This Montmartre hotspot functions as a boutique and bar, so you can pick up some bevys and head out or enjoy them inside the store.

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6. Les Trois 8 11, rue Victor Letalle, Paris, 75020

Located in the Belleville neighborhood, this beer bar serves eight crafts on tap and more than 80 in bottles.

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7. L'Express de Lyon 1 Rue de Lyon, Paris, 75012

This is a classic French sports bar, through and through, with soccer on the TVs and a gigantic selection of craft and artisan brews.

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8. Peoples Drug Store 78 rue des Martyrs, Paris, 75018 (Monmartre)

Although this isn't your typical drugstore in the traditional sense, it does have plenty of "medicine" in the form of a gigantic craft beer selection.