Broue Pub Brouhaha
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3.86/5 rDev -2.5%
Been meaning to come here for a while now and yesterday was the day.
Walking in, i can see they kept the old "taverne" feel with old school chairs and tables. The bar is a bit small but the selection was quite nice. Looks like a locals hangout (there was a guy drinking white wine at the beer) mixed with beer geeks. Extensive list of bottled imports but be prepared to fork over some cash. They always have at least 5-6 house beers plus local taps. Didn't try the food but the classics are there (pizza, sandwiches, poutine) with added flair. A must visit for this eclectic brewpub.
08-15-2012 11:33:51 | More by papat444
3.8/5 rDev -4%
This place is out of nowhere. Forget going there if you count on the bus or the metro...you kinda need a car.
The place is pretty big, alot of old tables and chairs, does the trick. Everything you need to know is on the 360 degre ChalkBoard so watch out for neck injuries.
They have a selection of home-made beers on tap and in bottle
with a few other guests on tap as well from Quebec (Troududiable, Brodway Pub, Brasseur Illimité...)
They also have a selection of imported bottles from Belgium, Germany and local Bottles as well. Prices for bottles are behind the bar sticked in tiny figures on the bottle, so you need to look out and find the bottle you want...(a menu maybe...guess not)
They serve tasting samples of every tap beer and its pretty cheap. I like to try everything I don't know about !
They have a snack menu but it's nothing fancy...
They have a big screen TV and while I was there they played little weird clips you find on the net like indian boy bands singing in english and Eskimos cooking a Husky. It was a little disturbing.
Will probably go again when I'll have a car.
01-12-2011 18:34:40 | More by Glory
4.31/5 rDev +8.8%
I went to the Brouhaha maybe 5-6 times so far, 4 times with Goldo and the rest with Bubba. Thanx to Goldorack I didnt get lost because the 450 (suburban area code) in me always get lost there. Ask Bubba who copiloted the venture a few times.
The Pub is located in Rosemont which is a neighborhood where nothing much happened, even if we hear lately the possible presence of a new brew pub and bars. There some changes but not as much as other places of Montreal.
The Brouhaha is set in a old Tavern, where once upon a time the ladies were forbidden to entry this temple of Alpha Men.
As for the decor and everything, we will pass on it, and I couldnt care.
The Pub offers some of its brew and some invitationals plus a large selection of rare bottles. The staffs are very friendly, and know very well their beer, actually they really want to talk about the beers and tell you their story, styles etc.. Sometime it is a shocker, but it is very good.
01-04-2011 21:37:46 | More by 3Vandoo
3.6/5 rDev -9.1%
First time I was here was at a post 2010 Mondial event. Had lots of fun, some good beers and a tasty ''loup de mer'' (seal?) jerky... but it was getting late and I was getting kind of drunk so a review was out of question.
Was planning on returning for a long time and finally got a chance to drop by on a cold friday night.
It was not very busy which I find great and they had the Canadiens playing on big screen which is cool.
All was good until we got to the bar and had eye contact with about 6 staff members/tenders without any of them asking what we wanted. waited at least ten minutes before someone asked us what we wanted to drink. During that night this happened many more times totaling about 45 minutes of waiting time between servings. Really annoying. Now when they did serve us they were nice and friendly so I doubt they were just being assholes. Maybe it's just the way they're trained or something.
Staff knows enough about what they're serving. Nothing special but always a big plus in my book.
Bartender let me start a credit card tab which I think should be standard but bothers many. Another big plus for me.
Lots of American and Belgian imported bottles priced a bit cheaper (didn't thoroughly check) than other brewpubs I've been to.
Enough taps to keep you busy. Lines seemed clean and staff didn't make you feel too bad for asking for samples before ordering.
Food is good, fairly priced for how much you get. Had a super tasty smoked meat sandwich but I was starving so that could be a factor. Later, got a plate of the duck wings. They tasted good and smokey but more like ordinary drumsticks than wings which I usually expect to be spicy or sweet with some kind of sauce. If I return (probably will, eventually) I won't hesitate to try some other plates. Pickles were good too.
Others mentioned it had an old tavern feel to it and although I usually like that kind of thing, there's kind of a depressing vibe here.
All in all, left more disappointed then happy (especially because we drove across the city to get there) but it is a good bar.
I still recommend it so you can make up your own mind about it.
12-14-2010 02:07:56 | More by Yoonisaykul
4.14/5 rDev +4.5%
I used to live just down the street from this place and don't feel I checked it out enough before I moved away. I usually stop by when I'm in Montreal and have been maybe seven or eight times now.
The beer list is always decent. Usually there are one or two of their own beers (brewed in house) and a selection of a dozen or so Quebec-brewed taps, with highlights including Charlevoix, DDC, Trois Mousquetaires, Brasseurs Illimitees, Trou du Diable and Hopfenstark along with some lesser-known breweries. The taps are reasonably priced. They also have a decent European bottle selection (Trappist stuff, Cantillon, Mikkeller, etc.), though it is pricey.
Their menu is pretty basic, I've never ordered any of the food. They have pizza and nachos and some bar snacks like nuts and olives. You probably don't want to go here for the food.
Of all Montreal's "craft" style brewpubs, I really enjoy visiting Brouhaha because it's usually fairly quiet. Dieu du Ciel, Vice et Versa and the others are usually pretty full and the relatively poor location of this one means there are usually a lot less people around. It also pays off in that the bartender is usually very available and willing to give samples of whatever you'd like to try before you decide on something (which has saved me from a few would-be mistakes). If you're looking for somewhere a bit less intense but still wanting to find a good Quebecois micro list...this is your place.
04-22-2010 05:04:57 | More by eat
4.14/5 rDev +4.5%
Rosemont is a pretty quiet neighborhood, by Montreal standards at least. Not easy to get to by public transportation, i.e. it's quite a long walk from a subway station, so from Rosemont station, take a bus.
Just by the outside, you can tell this used to be an old man's tavern. The fact that the lady's room is no where near the mens', which is right next to the bar area, signals to me that this was a place where women "weren't allowed" a few decades ago. Decor is still a bit spartan, but the few pieces of art on the nicotine stained walls do spruce up the place. Late 20's/early 30's crowd, mostly locals. They sometimes host shows and crappy movie nights, something other brewpubs in town don't often do.
Beer list consists of a few house selections that are usually quite good, but what really makes you come back here are the guest taps. He's got rare stuff that even Vices & Versa can't get, like Bieropholie on tap, rarities from Brasseurs & Freres or Trou du Diable. They have cider on tap, and a nice selection of import and local micro bottles at relatively decent prices. Good service from a friendly staff.
Highly recommended if you want to taste some rare Quebec brews. It's worth the detour.
08-22-2008 11:56:27 | More by Goldorak
Broue Pub Brouhaha in Montreal, QC, Canada
- out of 100 based on 9 ratings.