moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-18moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-00 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-01 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-02 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-03 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-04 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-05 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-07 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-08 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-09 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-10 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-12 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-14 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-15 moustache-blanche-de-quelle-planete-es-tu-16La Moustache Blanche is a beer haven right near Bastille. I knew when I walked up immediately what the shop before it was, a random not so great cupcake spot, so seeing a new beer shop was just divine. It was a Sunday afternoon, and let me tell you, I was thrilled it was open because most of the other beer shops are closed Sunday/Mondays. But don’t worry beer loving friends, Moustache Blanche is open on Sundays! It’s magic.

We were greeted by Guillaume (if my memory serves me well), the guy that runs the place, who was honestly just so nice and boy does he know his beer. Their American section has a few of my Colorado favorites (Left Hand Brewery and Blue Moon), amongst many well known American breweries. There is a wall for Belgian beers, a wall for French beers, with a table covered with European beers in between. There are stacked books and posters on the walls… You really feel like you’re in a beer wonderland when you walk in. Grab a beer from the fridge to drink immediately, or to take to Place de Vosges for a picnic in the sun.

The shop carries brands that have already take Paris’s beer scene by storm like Brooklyn Brewery, Mikkeller, Rogue and Outland, as well as newbie or lesser known craft breweries like Deck & Donohue (Montreuil), Brasserie la Corrézienne and Brasserie de la Senne (Brussels). The selection of French beers was phenomenal, I wanted to take one of each. Guillaume explained the heightened interest in craft beer, and how France has more and more breweries opening up. Needless to say he was such a friendly fellow and I truly look forward to my next trip in to get a monthly stock of delicious beer.

16 Rue des Tournelles, 75004
Tél: 01 75 57 15 06
Métro: Bastille (8/5/1)

Comments

6 Comments

  1. May 10, 2014

    Salut!!! I’ve been following your blog for awhile and have way too many of these posts pinned for when I go back to Paris. Well I think my entire board of Paris Restaurants is from your blog. Love the pics! Can’t wait to try out the locations!

    • Meg #
      May 30, 2014

      Molly, thanks for stopping by! I’m anxious for you to give all these places a whirl when you’re next in paris!

  2. May 11, 2014

    Kill me now – if Paris had this beer why would i have ever left? SO MANY KISSES TO YOU. Blue moon forever (for you) and cheers to lefthand for all of time.

    • Meg #
      May 11, 2014

      Yeah you should probably come back.

  3. May 12, 2014

    Wow I love this kind of place, I would be able to stay here for hours and hours !

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