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

Latest reviews from Sainte Adele

56 /100 1300, BOULEVARD DE SAINTE-ADÈLE
“Épicerie de grande chaîne similaire aux autres. Choix de bières intéressant, quelques produits plus rares s'y trouvent encore. Prix correct et service, au niveau bière, inexistant. Peut dépanner lorsqu'on est dans le coin“
Whatup14 975 days ago
66 /100 1110, BOULEVARD DE SAINTE-ADÈLE
“Visited on May 14 2017, at opening time. As Alain said, this used to be a casse croute, next to the Pine Cinema. It’s kinda of cool but a bit run down. Some paintings for sale. Only 5 Gueule de Loup beers so far, all brewed at Brasseurs Du Nord, as well as 11 other guest taps, with a cider a ddc, and other ok beers. Food is simple pub fare, did not partake. Service was friendly. Hope they can improve given the competition in the Laurentides.“
Lubiere 1151 days ago
56 /100 1300, BOULEVARD DE SAINTE-ADÈLE
“Grocery store with a basic craft beer selection from Quebec, some rare beer on occasion. And of course all the macro breweries.“
Arcanor 1209 days ago
74 /100 1110, BOULEVARD DE SAINTE-ADÈLE
“Nice Quebec up North shack ambiance look. Staffs are realy friendly and helpful, they are honnest enough to say that they don’t know enough to answer my questions on their house products. And they were pretty busy making and serving cocktails. That say it all on the crowd.“
Arcanor 1406 days ago
60 /100 1110, BOULEVARD DE SAINTE-ADÈLE
“Visited on June 4, 2015, just a few minutes after opening. Located in the heart of the town, with parking on the side. Not wheelchair accessible! This place used to be a 75 year old snack bar, so this is quite a change for this town, but it is a new addition to the Laurentian beer scene. This is a very small pub, a beer news paper mentions that it has a capacity of 50 people, but in my opinion it looks more like just over half that amount, but it does have a patio that doubles the capacity. It has I guess a local vibe to the place, country ish decor, local and old folks type of customers, maybe younger in the late hours all thoughts the pub closes no later the 1 AM. This is more of a tourist place then a local pub, being on the main drag, main intersection and a sommer theater just across the street. Beer wish, they only have two house brews on tap, a blonde lager and a Irish ale, nothing special about them. The rest of the 12 taps are invited: one from Beau’s, a couple from DDC and one cidre, not bad. I did not partake any food, but I’ve heard there is fish and chips, nachos, a working kitchen. It’s a far place, but with Dieu du Ciel in St. Jerome to the south and Le Baril Roulant in Val-David to the north, they better have a more interesting house brew then what they got (even though they dont have their brewers permit yet).“
Quevillon 1860 days ago