Small store that’s not too far from Isle de Garde. Nice wooden interior...seems much nicer than your typical liquor store. Lots of Quebec beers (as well as some non-beer items like cheese).
Pretty nice selection of stuff like Charlevoix, LTM, of course Dieu du Ciel, some Hopfenstark, Dunham, etc. Not as big as I’m sure other stores are, but you can definitely find some winners here, particularly if you’re from out of the area like myself. Definitely recommend this place.
The closest good bottle shop from where I live, this has been my go-to for the last year. It is tiny and does not carry as many brands as many competitors, but focuses on the essential and rarely miss on the good stuff and concurrently, tends to still have the rarities in stock a day or two after Peluso has sold out. Nice complementary offerings including a small and elitist selection of cheeses and various Terroir treats. Just a charming little store and with unabusive pricing policies and helpful, dedicated staff.
MartinT (521) Montreal, Quebec | May 16, 2007| Updated October 16, 2008
This tiny store has lots of Québécois seasonals, so if you’re in the northern St-Hubert area, it’s definitely worth a stop. They have a few cheeses also, and local jarred goods, but this is mostly a walk-in craft beer closet.
A small shop right on St-Hubert, wooden interior and a well curated selection of Quebec beers smaller than La Grange but it has similar prices and also good knowledgeable service. A nice stop if in the area.
Small store close to Isle de Garde. Nice and clean interior with well organised beer displays. Selection is small but well kept, most of it is refrigerated which is nice, lots of tasty non-beer items as well, so fun to do some extra shopping as well. Prices are decent.
This place is small but still manages a very decent selection of Quebec micros. They have loads of Dunham, Charlevoix, LTM, DDC, Simple Malt, A la fut, Brasseurs du Temp as well as many others. When I asked, they even pulled a Trou du Diable Imperatrice from the back. Very friendly. Has some cheese and other picnic supplies as well. Cool little place.
Marheb (375) San Diego, California | December 15, 2011| Updated January 4, 2015
Tout près de chez moi. La sélection est adapté à la superficie étroite du local, alors on coupe dans le gras et on garde le meilleur. Le service est sans bavure et adapté aux besoins. Je m’efforce d’y acheter la plupart de mes bières.
A surprisingly good spot for bottle hunting in Montreal. Short but great selection of quality brews and seasonals, including some sold-out everywhere else. Also has a decent selection of more rare and barrel-aged bombers. Staff was quite passionate and knowledgeable which is always a plus. Highly recommended for visiting beergeeks.
Finally visited that one on a Sunday afternoon after hitting a closed door a few times in the last few years because it close quite early for a beer store. Small store on the fun Saint-Hubert street and close to l’Isle de Garde. It’s a good looking, clean and well organized store with most of the beers are kept in fridge (and all those who need it the most like hoppy beers). Service was friendly and had a good knowledge of the beers they are selling while not being harassing. Selection is small-ish but well curated - which I prefer to those who claims they have 1000 different beers including some BS breweries. Prices seemed a bit high, even for Montréal but nothing outrageous. A fun store I will visit again if I’m in the area.