Quebec Microbreweries: A Flavour of Local Pride

Quebec Microbreweries: A Flavour of Local Pride

Craft_BeerMicrobreweries have an immense potential. The proof? They have risen from a number somewhere around 20 in 1998 to over 120 today. In addition to pleasing Quebec inhabitants thanks to their variety of flavours and different compositions, they are a dynamic element for the regions who value the consumption of local beer.

At the artisanal brewery La Souche, you can get a feel for the history of Limoilou across the beers they offer. The English pale ale named the Limoiloise, the IPA called Canardière after the street, and the smoked Porter called L’incinérateur in rememberance of the establishment that burned not too far from the brewery are mere examples of the clever titles given to the variety.

Founded in 2012, La Souche is one of over 100 or so microbreweries in the province.

With over 20 beer recipes currently existing, themed evenings and a menu composed of French onion soup made partially with a dark beer and a poutine drenched in a special beer sauce, the brewery has everything it needs to charm the locals.

A guest beer is always on the menu so customers can discover the products from other microbreweries as well.

À votre santé. Cheers.

LifeinQuebec.com Staff Writer
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