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Microbrasserie La Diable: Craft beers in a lively atmosphere

Microbrasserie La Diable was a true pioneer in the upper Laurentians when it opened its doors in 1995. Since then, it has become a Mont Tremblant landmark for lovers of good beers produced with passion and finesse.

More than 23 years ago, friends André Poirier and Pierre Jasmin both left their engineering jobs to embark on an innovative project at the heart of which was their common passion: beer making. By constantly striving for excellence in terms of product quality, the friendly duo has charmed the residents of Mont Tremblant as well as those passing through with their unique artisanal products.

La Diable welcomes you to savour their delicious malted and hopped products in a vast location at the foot of the Mont Tremblant ski slopes. With its high wooden ceiling reminiscent of a barn, its large number of enthusiasts who meet there daily, and its very festive atmosphere, the place has an unpretentious and friendly ambiance. During the summer months, La Diable also offers a large terrace where you can savour their delicious homemade drinks under the warmth of the sun.

After all these years of experience in brewing beers, André and Pierre have elaborated a wide variety of homemade flavours that follow one another over the years. The microbrewery constantly offers 7 flavours of beers that evolve according to the seasons, their popularity, and availability. In the summer, the place offered, among others, their thirst-quenching beer Blizzard, an unfiltered Belgian style white beer, a good Double Black, as well as the Extreme Onction, a Belgian beer of Trappist style ideal for the amateurs of strong ale. Among the most popular of the place, we also find the Diable, a soft and velvety red ale, known for its pleasant balance of flavours. Note that the place does not distribute its products commercially, they can only be savoured on site!

To accompany your beer, the place offers a menu full of tasty brewery dishes. You’ll find several good burgers, poutines, grilled meats, various salads, and their famous ribs, all served in generous portions.

Microbrasserie La Diable is an ideal stop for a drink in the pedestrian village of Mont Tremblant, whether it’s on a hot summer day or an après-ski in winter. You can savour a good craft beer and delicious pub-style dishes in a lively atmosphere!


Photography by Microbrasserie La Diable





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