May 18 to 21, 2023 at Windsor Station and Rio Tinto Yard Montréal
Thu-Fri 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sat-Sun Noon to 11 p.m.
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How long have you been brewing beer and what are your brewery’s core values?
Beauregard Brasserie Distillerie has been brewing since 2018. Beauregard was founded with the primary vision of offering dark beers with a predominance of barrel beers. This vision has been refined over time and has changed within the company. Quality, originality, audacity, and respect support the creation of Beauregard beers. We are proud to offer beers crafted with quality ingredients.
What are the main types of beer you brew?
Dark beers (stouts, porter, pastry stout, dark lagers) as well as sour beers. Beauregard has also recently opened up to beers from a wider range brewed in respect of different styles.
What makes your beer unique? Are you bringing a special beer to the Mondial that we should try? If so, what is it and what can you tell us about it?
For the occasion of the beer world, we dare to break Beauregard’s habits of offering dark beers with very high alcohol content and have opted for a beer that perfectly represents our openness to new styles. We offer an Altbier which is a beautiful German Lagerized Ale. Cold-fermented with a “hybrid” yeast – understand here an ale yeast that also ferments well at low temperatures – our altbier has a nice crispy finish that highlights its aromas. Its malty profile, which draws on bread and caramel, is enhanced by a floral and fruity nose brought by Cascade and Tettnang hops. The gentle cold fermentation and the 6-week lagerisation allow a harmonious and fine profile.
What are the plans for the future?
Beauregard continues to offer a range of high-quality products. The offer of traditional Beauregard products will continue, but the opening up to new styles will allow enthusiasts to drink a Beauregard both while enjoying the hot July sun by the pool and on cold winter evenings by the poolside. fire!
beauregardbrasseriedistillerie.com | 2253 Rue Dandurand, Montréal