This months instalment brought us to Mabrasserie, a beer cooperative in Rosemont. They produce a couple of their own beers and share their space with a couple of other microbreweries as well. Our evening took place in their tasting room, where they had a nice selection of about 30 beers for us to sample and a simple but delicious menu. On your way out the door don’t forget to hit up their boutique to take home some of the delicious beers that are made right on site!.
Once again, to cap off a big Byear, we had our annual Byear In Review on September 7th at my co-hosts Dave’s beautiful bushy backyard bliss in the rolling countryside of St. Henri. Here’s the recap of our Byear Two anniversary event, our twenty-third Beerstitution Volume!Read More
Upon unpopular demand, the Amber theme was chosen to explore a universal type of beer that no one seemed to like.
To broaden our horizons, we agreed that Amber beers could be anything between a Red Ale and a Brown Lager, so that participants could have a wider variety of beers to choose from.
Considering that the term “Amber” had a short definition, I chose to explore the malting process – mostly responsible for the amber colour – and share my findings with my favorite beer buddies.Read More