For a few years, the buzz around craft beers has been such that numerous bars and pubs have sprung up in the city. Besides bringing desired craftsmanship to the fore, these establishments propose an experience to the visitor, both in design and the food that accompanies those drinks.
When the weather is good, the Terrasse St-Ambroise, located alongside the Lachine Canal, is a unique inescapable place. Another place, another style, in Old Montreal, the Bistro-brasserie Les Soeurs Grises welcomes you into a former convent. The Saint-Bock or L’amère à Boire will quench your thirst if you’re in the Quartier Latin.
For the most curious beer-lovers, Harricana Brasserie and its 15 draught beers may be the ideal spot, unless you decide to let yourself go at Vices et Versa, which offers 40 different draught beers!
Terrasse St-Ambroise, 5080 St-Ambroise Street, mcauslan.com
Le Bistro-Brasserie Les Sœurs-Grises, 32 McGill Street, bblsg.com
Le Saint-Bock, 1749 Saint-Denis Street, saintbock.com
L’amère à Boire, 2049 Saint-Denis Street, amereaboire.com
Brasserie Harricana, 95, Jean-Talon West Street, brasserieharricana.com
Vices & Versa, 6631 St-Laurent Boulevard, vicesetversa.com