Located in the centre of the village, not very far from the skiing facilities, this place is a nice restaurant with a big patio, serving its own beer. I had their stout, which was quite decent. The staff are friendly and they speak decent English. The food is quite good, too - I had the chicken sautéed and did not regret. Not very expensive, just regular. Might be back again.
Now, a few words of comment to the other reviews I have read here. It seems that either things have vastly improved or my dear fellow Ratebeerians are bent on disliking the place. It is not expensive compared to some other places I have visited in Canada. The food is not just regular pub food. And the beer is not crap. It may not be world class, but it is not bad, either. If you are looking for a place located in Alpine landscape, serving gourmet French dishes, brewing its own trappist beer and charging you Czech prices for all that, then please go hunting beer in Dreamland. This place is very decent in its own circumstances.
Went to this place a few times and was always seated outside. Really like the ambiance outside: in the mountains near some stores, watching nice girls shopping. The selection of beer is really bad, they don’t have a lot of selection and they all taste not so good. The good is good and can’t really complain, nothing extraordinary but nothing bad. It’s worth going when you’re around for shopping but don’t drive there only for this place.
visited this summer for 2 quick beers. Nicely spoted right in the Village of Tremblant. Nice terrace on the side the place itself is quite small. Didn’t have any food the beers were average. Price is higher than your usual pub but you’re in Tremblant. Not worth the trip by itself
Visitée le 6 août 2013, vers 14h00. Bel établissement chaleureux, très achalandé d’une faune touristique. Service aimable, courtois et attentionné. Peu de bières différentes sont offertes en fut (6 à mon passage). Nourriture variée, plaisante, sans plus. Prix relativement élevé, mais dans la norme de l’endroit.
visited March 12th, 2011.
very nice well located brewpub right in the heart of Mont Tremblant. The pub is quite small though and people come and go from the ski slopes, so it’s not the best place to sit down and drink all day long!! Eat, drink, pay and leave cause other customers are waiting.
Food menu was decent and offered a nice variety.
Beers weren’t that appealing... I was a bit disappointed by the seasonal (3.9% cream ale) and the fact I saw commercial bottles getting sold on site.
I should have tried the tasters... only tried a Pale ale which wasn’t bad.
i would definitely go back and try more of their beers.
Fun, cozy place in the Intrawest village. Has a great vibe especially apres ski. The beers are nothing special but are vastly better than anything else available in the village (a huge Molson/Labatt wasteland). Food is pretty underwhelming. Somewhat pricey like everything in the Intrawest village. Definitely worth a visit and if you’re in Tremblant pretty much the only game in town.