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

Latest reviews from Mirabel

74 /100 18134 RUE J-A BOMBARDIER
“Visited on August 29, 2021, in the afternoon. Located in the industrial park in the town of Saint-Janvier (western part of Mirabel), next to the city limit with Blainville. It's in a building with other business, a lot of parking but there are some reserved for one of the busines. The inside is farley dark and medieval looking. The bottom floor is the brewery and tap room, limited space with high chairs at the bar and at the window, there is a second floor with regular chairs and tables. A nice variety on tap, although a few variations of one style, however very few were available to go. I had their stout which was good, their witbier which they did not have in can and a smoked that was not that smoky. Very friendly service, no food. It's the second brewery in Mirabel and it is nice!“
Quevillon 252 days ago
70 /100 15400A RUE CHARLES
“Located on the side of a typical modern Québec sugar shack, the brewpub itself is modern and well decorated, with modern meeting cabane à sucre. The beers ( 5 X 5 ounces for 12$) are average, typical old school "blonde, ambrée et rousse" 1990s brewpub style... The food offering is interesting with huge burgers, sugar shack menu til end of April, very nice. If you are in the area and want the Québec cabane à sucre Experience with Craft Beer.“
Lubiere 814 days ago
86 /100 10291, RANG DE LA FRESNIÈRE
“Visité lors du Rallye Bières et Plaisirs 2013. Belle et grande boutique, contenant pratiquement tout ce qu’on peu imaginer faire avec du miel. Dégustation d’une bonne partie de leurs alcools et de leurs miels. Service courtois et connaissant. L’hydromel Médiéval est particulièrement bon.“
Whatup14 3143 days ago
76 /100 10291, RANG DE LA FRESNIÈRE
“Visited on September 25th, 2010. Located just south of the town of St. Benoit in southern Mirabel, it is a really big place. Their honey products and there meads are in separate but connected, you can taste all their meads and their lone ice cider for free, a plus is that there is a checkout in de mead tasting room. There is also an interpretive centre and a mini farm for the kids (of all ages). I was there on a Saterday, there was alot of people, but because it is the apple season, most of them were further south were most of the orchards are.“
Quevillon 4259 days ago