Le Village de la Bière


22 Rue des Frères
Strasbourg, 67000

+33 3 88 36 90 04 | map

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Ratings by Ciocanelu:
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Rated by Ciocanelu from Romania

4/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Dec 02, 2015
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Reviewed by Sapper408 from Germany

4.15/5  rDev +2.5%
The service was great. The owner showed me some of the stranger beers that I was looking for and more than willing to chat about beer.

There was a large selection of Belgium, German, French and other beers. The owners rotates through the Frech micro brews every few months. If you're looking for an off the wall type French Micro brew, they might have it here.

The beers were very well priced. It cost me more for a Sprite down the street than some of the top beers in Europe.

If you're in Strasbourg, you have to stop off at this little beer store.
Feb 06, 2011
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Reviewed by tjd25 from France

4/5  rDev -1.2%
Le Village de la Biere is located two minutes away from the Cathedral, on your way to Au Brasseur, Strasbourg's main brewpub.

The owner, a friendly Irish-looking guy is welcoming and talkative. He knows his stuff and is ready to give you advice. He's also really nice to the people who just come to check his stuff out, which is cool. His shop has a decent selection of glasses and packages with different beers and glasses.

The beer selection is wide, although not exceptional. He has most of the Belgian basics: trappists, abbeys, tripels, lambics, etc. and a good selection of French micros that are otherwise really hard to find in Strasbourg. German and British beers aren't that well represented there.

What I find weird is that, having some really cool beers, he usually advertises the French macros on his shop window. But I heard him once say that the French Brewer Association asked him to do so, or something like that. It's not a big deal anyway, you can still see from the outside that he has many beers.

The prices are kind of high in comparison with prices in Belgium, but normal for the area. My main criticism would be that his selection doesn't change often enough, because now I've had most of the stuff I was interested in from his store. He needs to get more beers!
Mar 13, 2004
Le Village de la Bière in Strasbourg, France
Place rating: 4.05 out of 5 with 3 ratings