Tag Archives: Beer

Brune Belge Forte by Brasseurs du Monde: Review

This surprisingly delicious brew from Brasseurs du Monde, one of my favorite local microbreweries, tastes of honey and malt. Though I tend to go for bitter brews, the sweetness of this beer has enough complexity to prevent it from seeming cloying. It is full flavoured, but I wouldn’t have guessed that it is so strong […]

Review: Brasserie Dieu du Ciel’s Rescousse (to the Rescue)

A local beer whose brewers will donate 66 cents for every six-pack sold to the Fondation de la faune du Quebec?  And which boasts this nature-goddess-like figure on the box?  How could I resist? Described as an altbier (which is German for ‘old beer’), it is a style of beer brewed using top-fermentation.  This rousse […]

Restaurant Review: Bier Markt

Tonight I attended my first ever Concordia Alumni Relations event: ‘an evening of beer tasting and food pairing at Bier Markt’. Though I had never heard of Bier Markt before registering for the event, I have since learned that it is an Ontario-based chain whose Montreal location has been open for a couple of months. […]