Brasserie Artisanale l'Amère à Boire Inc

Restaurant type

  • Pub,

Cuisine type

  • Regional,


  • Happy Hour,

Products and Services

  • Bar,
  • Tapas,
  • Burgers,
  • Brewery,
  • Online Reservation,
  • Brewery,
    • Pub,
    • Restaurant,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • French,
  • English,
2049 rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, QC H2X 3K8
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,
  • $11 To $25,

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Meet the owner

Open since 1996, L’Amère à Boire is a classic brew pub in Montreal’s budding beer scene. This microbrewery channels traditional European flavours through its in-house brews and sophisticated atmosphere. The owners share a love for quality craft beer, and hope that their dedication shines through each draft pour.

Currently featuring nine beers from its 20-core recipes, L’Amère à Boire has something for everyone with its stouts, lagers and blondes. “Our most popular beer right now is the Černá Hora,” says co-owner René Guindon. This Czech-style lager, as well as the rest of the selection, is created with prime supplies gathered from the source itself. They try to find the best ingredients that truly represent European flavours, even if that requires importing genuine hops from the Czech Republic.

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    Tap into Montreal’s top microbrews

    Tap into Montreal’s top microbrews

    Tapas and burgers go so well with the dozen or so house beers here, including the German-inspired Montreal Hell, the Amère à boire of British inspiration or the Fin de siècle, an IPA that has no equal.

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    Raise a glass at these fine Montreal microbreweries

    Raise a glass at these fine Montreal microbreweries

    Established in 1996 in a busy downtown neighbourhood, this brewery makes its own European-inspired beers on-site. You get to choose from a rainbow of beer colours inspired by brews from Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic and Britain. Whether you choose an ale or a lager, with further options of coffee, hazelnut and caramel accents, you'll probably also want to try one of their dishes: tapas, fish and chips, or a burger (with beef, pulled pork, rabbit or venison).

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    Don't miss Montreal's Le Burger Week

    Don't miss Montreal's Le Burger Week

    Where else can you enjoy a "burger with flavours of the undergrowth, from the woodlands”? The meat is dipped in an Imperial Stout and topped with smoked cheddar that has been aged for two years, and a mushroom and arugula marmalade. You can bring a compass and a tent, just in case.

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