Visited on a Wednesday night for a quick pint. Nice seating on the upstairs terrace overlooking Duluth street. Short selection of their pedestrian house beers on tap and a couple bottles. Fast and efficient service. Decent, but I wouldn’t go out of my way for it.
Pleasantly greeted as walking through the door and the bartender was very good explaining the prices and beers. Not a bad selection with common styles and middle of the road beers. Bottles of their seasonals are also available to drink on site. The upstairs area was closed off to a private function however the downstairs bar area was comfortable enough. The small horizontal serving tanks can be seen through the glass doors. A nice pub with a neighbourhood feel.
Visited shortly after they opened...and in the middle of February on a weekday, so understandably not terribly crowded.
About a dozen beers on draft and a few available in bottles. They don’t do flights here, apparently, but the bartender let us try almost everything in small tasters anyway and we ordered a couple rounds. The younger guy working the bar was very friendly and offered up a lot of suggestions on things to do in Montreal, which was very much appreciated.
The beers were all decent enough, though nothing really blew my socks off. Probably the hefeweizen was the best.
Unfortunately no wifi, which was kind of a bummer for a non-Canadian since I did not have cell/data service. Oh well, I had to actually talk to people.
Visité lors du rallye Bières et Plaisirs 2014. Petit brouepub un peu à l’écart, décor intéressant, rien à redire sur le service et prix dans la moyenne. Les bières dégustées étaient plutôt décevante. Environ 8 bières en fût.
A busy pub, much more crowded than any other restaurant/pub nearby. The outdoor terrace was completely full, but we were able to get a seat there after a little while (with the unusual heat, the outdoor seating is the coolest available). Service was slow, slower than even usual Montreal service and we had to remind our server of our food orders. The beer was quite good. There were 6 basic beers on tap (pils, Blanche, IPA, dry stout, mild, cream ale). The ipa and mild were quite good- nothing crazy, just solid beers. There were also 3 house beers available in bottle only (saison, Berlinner weisse, summit-hopped APA). The Berlinner was very good, and went well with the food. We split a meat plate and cheese plate, plenty enough food and very tasty. Overall a great place! It definitely can get crowded but the beer and food are great so come on by!
not a bad brewpub, but can’t even come close to dieu du ciel. most of the beers are fairly one dimensional and grainy. usually just stock standard styles, too. but it’s a nice spot, fun neighborhood, good place to meet friends.
Came in here on a Thursday night. Decent sized crowd going on while we were here but we still grabbed a pair of seats a the bar. Two bartenders and they didn’t seem to get bitchy about whose customer was whose so they both served us. Six of their own beers on tap, a pilsener, blanche, IPA, cream ale, something dark and malty and stouty on the nitro tap, and a “scottish ale”. The beers were hit or miss with the blanche and the stout being the standouts and the rest forgettable. Service was good though, and prices were decent enough. Worth a stop if you’re nearby, but in terms of the quality of the beer, unless you’re looking to tick everything, I’m not sure I’d go much out of my way to get here.