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I am searching for some shops with large (100+) selection of beers from Brittany.

I have two somewhat different targets:

(1) a shop located in Rennes, more than V&B, or around RN 164, see below:

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(2) an online shop that ships out of France

Any suggestion?

  • The title puzzled me... Are the beers supposed to be from Brittany ( "caves à bieres bretonnes") or the shops located in Brittany ("caves situées en Bretagne")? – OldPadawan Oct 3 at 20:07
  • Both. The beers are supposed to be from Brittany, and the shops located in Brittany (see image) or online. – user3664452 Oct 8 at 8:37
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Please allow me to recommend the Cave à bières à Rennes : Chez Alain.

The French are more into drinking wine, but this shop does beer a lot of justice.

They have around 350 varieties of beer, both imported and domestic.

It also has a small bar situated on site. What more do you need?

Cave à bières à Rennes : Chez Alain

Une large gamme de bières artisanales du monde entier en Ille-et-Vilaine

Découvrez une diversité de bières 100% artisanales à base de malt minutieusement sélectionné. Des bières bretonnes, belges, européenne, ou du reste du monde, sélectionnez votre bière préférée.

Poussez les portes de notre cave à bières à Rennes et découvrez nos nouveautés et nos derniers arrivages. Vous trouverez 350 références de bières françaises et étrangères (Belgique, Etats-Unis, Canada, Écosse, Norvège, Suède, Italie, Danemark, Hollande, Angleterre, Suisse, Allemagne, République Tchèque…).

Having been there some years ago, it is awesome.

Caveat:

On-line shops may only do sales on-line and may or may not have an inventory shop to browse in. Some are simply middle men so to speak.

  • "The French are more into drinking wine" - I'd say the French are more known for producing wine... since I have moved here, I've noticed at least as much beer consumed as wine. But, it's true that they consume a lot of both! ;) – Tim Burnett - Bassist Nov 10 at 11:12
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Thanks to Ken Graham.

After returning from Brittany, I can say that Chez Alain was a good choice, but a little too international.

I discovered Le marchand de biere in Rennes, not too far from Chez Alain, which I preferred for a larger choice of only local beers.

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