Visited for the first time Aug. 5, 2010, in the afternoon and back the next day in the evening. In front of the Granada Theater, I totally past the place, I forgot that the pub was in the basement. Nice and modern looking place, mostly black, comfortable seating and two TVs. Very friendly staff (and some are nice looking to) who have served me well. I have not eaten there except chips, the next time. A very good selection of beer, not just on tap but also in bottle, including a red tobacco ale. You can drink them on the spot, or take you home!
Visited several times. Small but cozy (when not too packed). Service is usually decent/good and beer selection is decent. Some of their experiments aren’t particularly good, but there’s often fun things to try (especially their sours). Prices are a tad high for the area (and compared to Le Siboire). I haven’t tried the food yet.
Weird spot. Tons of space, but like 10 seats. As if a concert is about to start. Decent range of their beer on tap. Prices tolerable, service present and appropriate. Be interesting to come late on a busy weekend.
A bit expensive, but a lot of choices and many seasonal beers, plus a wide array of tastes, you can try a "palette de dégustation" if you want to taste many beers in small quantities. Plus most of their beers are bottled and you can buy them at Bières Dépôt au Vent du Nord.
Very nice little restaurant/brewpub, good atmosphere and friendly staff. I didn’t eat when I went (late night). The value of their beers isn’t great, the price is okay and the beer is always drinkable but rarely very interesting. Worth a visit if you’ve already been to Siboire.
The main appeal of this place is the beer. They are dedicated to bottling, though currently small runs only are possible with the small tanks. The beer is above average and it is very different, with their using bretts and maple syrup, and making meads. As far as a place to go for a drink, its small but OK. It opens later in the afternoon. It appeals to those who want a rock band and a cellar to have beer. Its not large, so it is highly differentiated from the other 2 brewpubs in town whom are more upscale, bright.If you are here, come in and grab bottles by all means to get some interesting one-offs. A couple of their higher end products including the mead have received wider distribution with elegent looking bottles.
Great place. The beer price is reasonable for its quality. The ambiance is really good, nice paintings on the wall, cozy chairs. The place is really neat.
The selection is pretty good, but sometime they run out of some kinds, which is sad beacause the beer is really good.
I recommend this place, great beer, great nachos. They have live bands once in a while, which is really great. Great beer and great ambiance for the price.