Currently on tap

  • 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!
  • Démon du midi
    A beer with temptations of a sensual nature that hit you at once with notes of malt, hops, conifer and hints of lemon. Leaves a refreshing and slightly resinous bitterness.
  • Du Courage
    cold hopped IPA Inspiration. Because everybody needs a little “Courage” !
  • Jé encore soif
    refreshing NO ALCOOL beer with cereal notes accompanied by a sweet bitterness
  • Jouvencelle
    Wheat beer 7% – Brewed with real catherinettes and wildflower honey. The catherinette is a little-known small fruit native to Quebec.
  • 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 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.
  • La Reyne descosse – Batch of November 3, 2022
    The secret of good Scotch Ale is in its aging.  A good comforting beer and one of your brewer favorite!
  • 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”!
  • Peanut BBQ
    Alcool: 6% Type: Brewer’s inspiration Eyes: Reddish brown Nose: Peanuts, roasted shell, spicy floral, hops, BBQ spices Taste: Good peanut taste from start to finish, accompanied by malt and well balanced with alcohol and hops, with a spicy BBQ finish Particularity: Brewed with real BBQ peanuts Cereals Two-row malt Biscuit malt Munich malt Caramel malt … Read more
  • Pelote de laine
    Amber – 5%. A refreshing Polotmavý Lager (Czech Republic) with a taste of caramel malt and herbaceous hops to balance it all out.
  • Sainte-Nitouche
    Despite its innocent look proper of blonde ale, be aware that if you insist just a little bit too much to dip your lips in its nectar, not only will it let itself being swallowed but it will make your taste buds quiver with joy

In Maturation, Coming Soon

  • Flammèche
    A smoked malt beer for those who like playing with fire!
  • 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.

Our Regular Beers

From Time to Time

Brewer Apprentice Series

Grands Crus