Brasserie Rabourdin - Bière de Brie

Rabourdin farm and brewery

At the heart of Brie country, the Rabourdin farm and brewery is Paris's granary: the place where barley is lovingly and patiently grown to be turned into 100% pure malt beer.

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  4. Rabourdin farm and brewery


Hugues and Geneviève Rabourdin created the brewery in 2001, producing a beer called Bière de Brie with the barley from the farm. A few years later, they moved to a former grain silo in Courpalay, a remarkable site with listed historic monument status. Their love for their craft gave rise to the Bières de Brie, which have won several awards.

They make lagers, amber beers and wheat beers in three ranges – Briarde, Bière de Brie and Terrano. The beers are made using traditional methods and are unfiltered, unpasteurised and contain no added carbon dioxide or preservatives. 100% pure malt and 100% local craft beers!

Having visited the brewery and discovered the manufacturing process, what could be better than a beer tasting to sample light, refreshing beverages that have won numerous awards? Don’t forget to stop off at the shop on your way out so that you can savour these authentic flavours at home.

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Community facilities

Access and contact

22 Rue Lafayette
Silo de Courpalay
77540 Courpalay

    Days and opening hours

    From 01/01 to 3112, daily.



    • Parking nearby
    • Coach parking
    • Car park


    • Sales on site
    • Drive service
    • Click & Collect


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    22 Rue Lafayette
    Silo de Courpalay
    77540 Courpalay

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