Veux-tu une bière?
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3.73/5 rDev -9.5%
A small place with a great beer selection. It is well organized. East to find parking, but busy in-store traffic. Close to the 40 highway. Scored many of the latest Dunham special additions. Given all of the above, email in advance, watching the facebook page. A big cooler for most of the regular beers. Glassware available.
06-03-2013 04:19:23 | More by Sammy
4.28/5 rDev +3.9%
Came here to do a trade with hoppypocket and decided to do some shopping here.
The store is quite small but doesn't feel too claustrophobic. There are shelves of jams and marinades of every sort including some from La Barberie. They also have self-serve teas as well as some meats and even fish.
The beer selection is quite expansive. The lone hold out is Trou du Diable but they are scarcely available on island. A bonus is they have Hopfenstark due to Fred (the brewer) lives in the neighborhood of this store so he delivers the beer himself. Otherwise, all the other breweries are there. The new (and expensive everywhere) A la fut beers were there. All 341ml. bottles are color-coded and separated by style. If you buy 6, you get a discount even if they are different styles (though the discount is higher if you get all the same color code). The larger bottles are on the other wall, separate from the small bottles. 90% is all in coolers. The guy working there is one of the owners and he knew his stuff. The only knock is that all though he has a lot of different beers, i'm not sure if he has a large quantity of each. Prices are quite reasonable.
This stop is worth a detour, especially due to it's proximity to Highway 40. Right up there with Peluso & Duluth as beer destinations in Montreal.
04-18-2011 17:12:37 | More by papat444
4/5 rDev -2.9%
Nice little corner store specializing in micro brewed beers form all over the province. The selection included some Hopfenstark and some hard to find Brouhaha and Dunham beers which was very welcoming as they can be very hard to find. Parking is not necessarily is the easiest to find though if you drive around the surrounding street you should be able to find a spot. Staff is usually very helpful though beers are not stored in any particular order which sometime can make it difficult to find what you are looking for without some help. I would still recommend stopping by this place as it is convenient if you are going by the 40 through Montreal.
06-22-2011 16:10:13 | More by Phyl21ca
4.58/5 rDev +11.2%
Very nice little place which is easy to get to.
When you first see the prices, it seems reasonable but then you find out that the tax is included in his prices which makes the beer cheaper than a lot of other places i've been to.
He prices his beers correctly and does not boost the prices on limited releases or special editions.
In the fridges, some beers seem to have low stocks but you just ask and they always have more. They order a lot of the special beers too so they still have some when a lot of other places are out.
When it comes to the beer talk, the guys know their stuff. They answer your questions As well as they possibly can and when a beer isn't really good they are honest and they tell you.
Overall, this is a great little shop. The only negative point i found with this is the parking which isnt easy to find.
I will be going back for sure and i recommend you guys check it out. Plus with store hours like they have (11am to 11pm) you dont have a reason to miss them.
11-25-2011 04:40:12 | More by oldp0rt
Veux-tu une bière? in Montréal, QC, Canada
- out of 100 based on 5 ratings.