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  • Bière de Marc
    A beer inspired from the Belgian buckwheat season style whith tastes of bread, buckwheat, hops, slight lemony acidity, light spicy clove, followed by a slightly dry finish and a weak bitterness making it a refreshing one.
  • Calme ta Joie
    Crisp and sweet malt with a slight bitterness and a lingering taste in the mouth. A beer to enjoy quietly while staying up late!
  • Je Crois Rêver
    I think I’m dreaming! Well yes, a “PIPA”, a Pale India Pale Ale. Here is my modern version of a Traditional Pale Ale.
  • L’Agace-Pissette
    Alcool: 6% Type: Kölsch inspiration (Cologne, Germany) Eyes: Pale blonde ale slightly veiled Nose: Malt, hop, fruity Taste: Refreshing beer with its grain side, its subtly fruity notes and slightly dry finish Cereals Two-row malt Malted wheat Toasted wheat Hops Saaz Ingredients Love Water Yeast Beer created on: May 11, 2006 “Simply because it tickles […]
  • L’Amère Veilleuse
    A beer with a long lasting resinous bitterness…
  • L’Ange-Gardien
    A Hefe Weizen (Germany) inspiration that presents itself with the freshness of wheat, a subtle taste of banana due to the yeast and typical to a Weizen and a finish of hops.
  • L’Ensorceleuse
    This beer was created for our wedding and offered to our guests for the occasion. Unctuous, honeyed, malty and spicy; to share our happiness with you!
  • La Bariteau
    This beer is named in honor of an ancestor of my wife; Louis Bariteau dit Lamarche, who arrived in New France on June 19th 1665. He was a soldier in the Company of Sieur de Chambly, in the Carignan regiment.
  • La Bedaine
    Soft, a bit honeyed and fruity, malt flavor supported by the bitterness of the hops, this beer offers a nice transition towards the discovery of craft beers.
  • La Dernière Brosse
    Liquorous, smooth, alcoholic, with flavors of chocolate, coffee and roasted beans with aromas of black cherries: an excellent Stout to feel good at any time!
  • La Noix de Marmotte
    Aromas of nuts, hazelnuts supported by bitterness, this Brown Ale inspiration (England) is tasty and refreshing at the same time.
  • Le Bedon
    It has nothing to do with industrial dark beers with its roasted malts, coffee and chocolate aromas, with a bitterness balanced by the presence of oats, mellow. Initiate yourself to ‘Stout’ type beers!
  • Pascapique
    Pascal, who loves hot peppers and hot sauces, wanted to make his mark by creating a beer that had some bite to it, while keeping a nice balance with the other ingredients to enhance them and not overshadow them. Add some spice to your life with a glass of his creation “Pascapique”!
  • Rêve Impérial – Batch of February 25, 2021
    An Imperial Stout inspiration (England). A man’s beer, for real! And also appreciated by women!
  • Tunnel de l’Amour
    Alcool: 8.5% Type: inspiration “Baltic Coffee Wear” Eyes: black-mahogany Nose: coffee, dark chocolate, alcohol Taste: rich in chocolate malt, coffee, roasted beans with an espresso coffee aftertaste, slightly smoky and sustained by a beautiful bitterness and warmth of alcohol Particularity: “Lager” fermentation – a coffee infusion added in each keg Cereals Two-row malt Munich malt […]

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  • Pils ou Face
    Alcool: 5.5% Type: Pilsner inspiration (Czech Republic) Particularity: Low fermentation «Lager» Eyes: Blond with green shades Nose: Hop, malt, lemon zest tip Taste: Subtle aromatic bitterness, malts that coat the mouth just right with a slightly dry finale.[/beer] This beer was created on April 22nd, 2009. It is composed of 2 varieties of cereals (Pilsner […]

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