Old-Port

Montreal

The Old Port of Montreal is both 4 centuries of architecture and a good dose of modernity. A must-see destination for tourists and Montrealers alike, its festive atmosphere and the beers brewed there are worth a detour in themselves. Discover the Old Port, its breathtaking views and its history in a different way by visiting 3 of the best microbreweries in Old Montreal.

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9 craft beers to discover

3 pairings with beer and snack

Exclusive access to a brewhouse

3 hours of fun in a relaxed atmosphere

A friendly local guide

Anecdotes on the historical and brewing past of the district

Stop

BreWskey

Brasserie Artisanale

We meet at BreWskey, an address very popular with Montrealers and known for its decadent beers. Here, the atmosphere is relaxed and you feel at home. We quench our thirst with the best beers of the moment accompanied by a house party-mix. Make yourself comfortable and enjoy the splendid view of the Old Port.

 

 

 

 

Stop

3 Brasseurs

St-Paul

We then walk along the river to reach 105 rue Saint-Paul Est, an imposing brick building that has always been at the heart of Montreal's activities. Today the address is home to an impressive copper brewhouse that few people get to visit. In the dining room, take the time to savor a selection of beers combining quality and simplicity served with a mini poutine, breaded cauliflowers and a waffle with beer caramel sauce.

Stop

Bistro Brasserie

Les Soeurs Grises

Our last stop takes us to rue McGill, to the Bistro Brasserie les Sœurs Grises, where the friendly atmosphere is perfect for socializing. Laid out on the site of a former convent, the place is as rich in flavors as it is in history. You can taste a selection of 3 aromatic and balanced craft beers served with 3 cheeses from Quebec.

Price
69$ +tx
per person
Length
3 hours
Distance
1,5 km walk
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Meeting point
BreWskey Taproom
385, rue de la Commune E, H2Y 1H2
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