Sans Culottes and Jenlain are two of the most noted examples (though they are available in the US).
BdG is one of my favorite styles. Not particularly funky, but think of an amber lager with a lot more depth of malt character with some sherry/oxidized booze/dried fruits.
I found that there is usually a pretty solid selection of bohemian pilsners available as well. You'll find Kronenbourg 1664 and/or Carlsburg on tap at most cafes (I believe #1 selling beer in the country). Pretty solid continental lagers, similar to a non-skunked Stella.
If you happen to come across Staropramen pils (and you likely will, IIRC it is widely available in Paris, Lyons and Normandy/Bayeux), for the love of God buy, buy, buy.