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

Latest reviews from Mont Tremblant

58 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Nicely located in the village of Mont-Tremblant, average beer, not a big selection, very crowded, too expensive for the quality they serve.“
Frudel 1422 days ago
74 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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.“
Bamsen78 1962 days ago
76 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Lovated on the outskirts of the charming downtown Mont-Tremblant, this venue is a spacious restaurant serving its own beer. The selection includes eight taps of own, quite reasonable produce, and two foreign macros. The staff are friendly (and English-speaking), if a little slow, and the prices are very reasonable, especially for take away bottled beers - I bought six different 341 ml bottles for 14 dollars, which is not bad at all. I did not try the food, but other giests seemed to be enjoying theirs. Will gladly come back again.“
Bamsen78 1962 days ago
58 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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.“
Stoned99 2187 days ago
56 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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“
punkska101 2187 days ago
68 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Pub assez cool. Bon menu, pizza maison. Arrêter un samedi midi, très tranquille. La beer est définitivemetn meilleure en fût qu’en bouteille. facile d’accès, près de la 117.“
sseb69 2554 days ago
62 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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.“
GarnotingPete 2670 days ago
78 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Very nice spot in the middle of Mount Tremblant complex. Service was very friendly and welcoming. Had sampler which was a bonus.“
Radek Kliber 3049 days ago
60 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Visited March 12th, 2011. Very nice place. The visual is amazing when you get inside this brewpub. Bottles from all over the world, very nice bar, pool table, fireplace... very ’’Laurentides’’ like place. Food menu looked good and a nice choice. I was unfortunate with my choices however... had the sausage natchos (not so good and not so well cooked sausages) and the chicken wings (not so good either... put the sauce on the wings, not on the side!!). Beer wasn’t that good. I had 4 tasters - Riviere Rouge, la Vlimeuse, l’évèque and their seasonal IPA. the best was by far the IPA. too bad they don’t bottle it. I also had a glass of Stout (l’or noir)... not very good compared to what I’ve had from other Québec micros for the same style. overall, it was a nice place. Not the best micro-brewery in Québec but beats the commercials by far, so worth the visit.“
Tap57 3545 days ago
58 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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.“
Tap57 3545 days ago
68 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Rustic outside like Canadian chalet or like the old Swiss chalet. The interior is vast and welcoming. The brewery is right beside the side door. Looks clean and well maintained. The bar itself is impressive it topped by a superb well light. There’s a nice bottle collection sorted by country. The place is vast it can sit 50+. The food menu is good and there’s variety I had the Vlimeux burger it was tasty. Free pop-corn and peanut are offered. There’s a pool table nice big fireplace children are welcome.“
punkska101 3792 days ago
64 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“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.“
Spab 3917 days ago
66 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Établissement visité le samedi 13 juin vers 16h. Ambiance: Décoration rustique à l’intérieur. Très grande terrasse à l’extérieur. Musique reggae lors de mon passage. Service: Le tout est correct. Présentation de la bière du mois et dégustation gratuite de cette bière. Sélection: 5 bières régulières et 1 saisonnière. Nourriture: Nous avons pris les linguine du maître-brasseur ainsi qu’un hot-dog frites. La sauce rosée des pâtes était excellente mais le choix de saucisse qui venait avec était un peu bizarre. Je suis pas certains qu’une saucisse suisse fumée se marient bien avec une sauce rosée. (133e rating d’établissement)“
TaktikMTL 4182 days ago
54 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Petit brewpub du mont-tremblant, très petit comme endroit, selection de biere passable. Un bon service, un endroit tres achalander donc peu de trnaquilité.“
Pyrozoid 4500 days ago
62 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Un endroit tres agréable et grand, un tres bon service par contre la serveuse ne connait pas beaucoup la biere (Sauf celles de la micro-brasserie) Disponibilité de visité la salle de brassage. Selection assez limité. Beaucoup de chose disponible pour manger.“
Pyrozoid 4500 days ago
66 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Impressive breweriana collection, not overdone, well disposed, but the place is too large to be cozy. And it probably gets most of its sales from the restaurant side of the business. It was a bit noisy in the after-ski saturday hours, but the beer I’ve tried (Rudolphe)was solid, clean and original. Friendly service. Satisfying onion soup. Certainly worth a stop if you’re going up the road 117, but I would not see myself spending several hours in here despite the place being beautiful.“
Rastacouere 4674 days ago
56 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“The beer is good but the food as nothing special. La bière est bonne mais la nourriture ordinaire.“
Etienne 5152 days ago
64 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“The decoration with hundred and hundred of bottle from around the world is fantastic. The food is very good (boar and french fries) and the ambiance is relaxing. Good place. La décoration avec des centaines et des centaines de bouteilles est fantastique. La nourriture est très bonne (sanglier avec frites) et l’ambiance relaxante. Bon endroit.“
Etienne 5155 days ago
64 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Good beer, good food, good service but the prices are out of control. It’s Tremblant and the prices are high.“
LadySusan 5343 days ago
62 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“This brewpud is not just for drinking good beer, but also it has an enormous quantity of beer bottles and cans from Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe.It’s a pleasure just to walk around and look at theme. The food is your standard pub fare.“
LadySusan 5375 days ago
62 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“C’est pas mal touristique comme endrois; près d’une route mageur (117) et beaucoup de place pour mangé. La nouritu est passable, mais le décort est spécial. Ça te donne le goût de déguster une de ces bières de leur collection.“
Quevillon 5412 days ago
60 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“J’aimais cette brewpub, les bières étaient bonne à un prix résonable. Mais la dernière fois que que j’ai été (autonne 2005), ma pinte ma couté 7$ CAN, signe qu’elle est affecté par le tourisme, car tout est cher à Tremblant. La nouriture est bien.“
Quevillon 5443 days ago
54 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Went there during the strike. Was still fairly packed by the touristy/skier crowd. Ambience is soso, and service was rushed, the waitress annoyed that we only ordered beer. Asked about sampler, which was free and consisted of 6 1 on. tumblers...oh well, its free. Beers are becoming more and more bland there.“
Lubiere 5446 days ago
66 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“I was up here for my honeymoon and was attending the blues festival. The pub was farely busy and the prices were outrageous in my opinion, I don’t know if they jacked them up for the festival or not. The waiter was fun and outgoing and seemed to know a thing or two about beer. Come for Tremblant, try the stout.“
daboskabouter 5611 days ago
52 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Nice little relaxing ambiance in the middle of busy (touristy) Tremblant city. It would feel rather cosy most anywhere else. The beers seem to be of variable quality. When I was there, I remember the wit being pretty good, the extreme onction being almost excellent and the others being forgettable. // A new visit changed my mind. 2 of the 3 beers tries were very heavy on phenols. Very, very disappointing beers and what’s the point of a place on Ratebeer if the beers’ quality is not there.“
Rastacouere 5860 days ago
60 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Nice ambiance and good selection for a brewpub of such a commercial town. I liked the diversity of the beers - though they need a couple of years to perfect their recipes. I found the stout a HUGE disappointment while the Extreme Onction and Blizzard are above average. If stuck in this tourist trap of a town - don’t hesitate to come here over La Forge or the other restaurants. Then again, 20 minutes SW is Saint-Jovite and its offering of La Cave à Bières and Microbrasserie Saint-Arnould.“
CapFlu 5991 days ago
56 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Been there a few times after boarding. I like the place, it’s cozy. Often busy, hard to find a place to sit unless you go in the time between lunch and apres-ski. Beer isn’t bad, especially since most of the other places have a poor selection on tap. Prices are inflated, $7 per pint, burger and fries for $12, main meals more like $25-30.“
caledonian 6104 days ago
54 /100 435, RUE DES PIONNIERS
“Family-type restaurant and brewpub which offers the same, average beers year-round. Their paraphernalia is stunningly beautiful though as are their highly overpriced 750ml bottles. An interesting stop if in the Laurentians, but not worthy of a pilgrimage.“
MartinT 6153 days ago
64 /100 117, CHEMIN KANDAHAR
“Generic brewpub in the middle of one of the most touristy places in the country. Skiers, hikers, but mostly businessmen show-offs and "hip" families gather around here. The beers are all ordinary, obviously catering to these masses. All is clean and well-brewed, but recipes deeply lack inspiration. Food is better though, although pricey, which is to be expected of this town.“
MartinT 6153 days ago
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