Iím entering this one as a brewpub because they brew their own beer but honestly this is much more a restaurant than anything else. Located about 2 miles west of Kamouraska, you cannot miss it, Kamouraska has one street! This used to be an old lower class restaurant-motel called Le Relais (or so I was told) that was bought back by young local entrepreneurs who want to turn the place into something more than what it was. At the moment of this writing though (a few weeks after the ďre-openingĒ) the place is still a low-class restaurant but with a few exclusive entry-level beers. The brewing equipment is not installed and at the moment the brewer brews his beer at an existing brewery (ņ líAbri de la TempÍte). The inside of the place feels kind of cute because of its extreme simplicity and it reminds me of those cheap restaurants my parents would take us to when I was young. Customers are obviously the customers of the previous incarnation of the place, families and old folks looking fro a cheap meal. Thatís as far from a beer enthusiastic crowd as Iíve ever experienced in any brewpub. Extremely enthusiast staff who really wanted us to have a good time. I really wish them the best of luck cause they deserve it. Brewer was there but I didnít talk to him. The two entry-level beer (a bohemian pilsner and an English Pale Ale) presented by the staff as the ďBlondeĒ and the ďAmberĒ were ok, basic and very clean (a bit too clean) but with no default. I think the beer is promising but can they really dare to brew a bitter IPA with that type of customers? Anyway itís too early to draw any conclusions but I liked the place enough to make it a mandatory stop in my frequent Montreal-Rimouski trips.