Lachute Beer Guide: Your Lachute guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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86 /100 455, RUE PRINCIPALE
“Visited on October 12, 2019, in the afternoon. It has been just over a decade since the only brewery of any kind in this town, Les Brasseurs Qui Fument, was closed, so it's a very re welcome addition to the Laurentien beer scene. Located in the heart of downtown Lachute, just a few 100 meters east from the first brewpub, it was a clothing store, between a church and restaurant. The brewpub is named after Sir John Johnson, 2nd Baronet of New York, he was a Loyalist leader during the American Revolution, British Loyalist/provincial military officer, a politician in Canada and a wealthy landowner, he owned the seigneurie of Argenteuil (which Lachute was part of). A very comfortable pub, farley large terrasse with the view of the bustling main street, cosy interior and easy access. Nice little tap selection for a young brewery, although mostly pale ales, I went for the stout which was good. They do have food but I only had some nuts. Very good service. And improvement from the first brewpub!“
Quevillon 258 days ago
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