Montréal Beer Tours

Guidatour is offering two new beer tours during the event Montréal centre-ville brassicole culturel gourmand

We present the walking tours East of the Main: Beer and Murals and Griffintown: Beer and the Industrial Revolution. These 4-hour walking tours led by a professional guide include tastings at different locations. Don’t miss it!

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Schedule and reservations for the beer tours

Guidatour presents the guided tours East of the Main: Beer and murals and Griffintown: Beer and the Industrial Revolution in French at 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays from March to May 2022 & on Saturdays and Sundays from June to mid-August 2022.

To see the exact calendar and to reserve, please visit the online boutique of Montréal centre-ville brassicole culturel gourmand.

Our beer tours are also offered for private groups in English or French from Thursday to Sunday when purchasing a minimum of 4 tickets (max. 12 participants). You first need to contact us first to verify the availability for a private tour.

Description of the beer tours

East of the Main: Beer and murals Tour

Tour brassicole murales Montréal Guidatour

During the East of the Main: Beer and murals tour, be amazed by the richness of the works of art and the delicious beers of the area. This visit combining beauty and pleasure starts near the location of Brasserie Ekers, on Saint-Laurent boulevard. Go through the area of the Graffiti Festival Under Pressure, the Habitations Jeanne-Mance and the Quartier Latin with our professional guide.

End with a short incursion in Quartier Centre-Sud. See over twenty murals of all kinds and spend a pleasant afternoon, full of color and lightness.  The tour will be completed by a visit to these three breweries:  L’Amère à BoireLe Cheval Blanc and Saint-Houblon.

Griffintown: Beer and the Industrial Revolution Tour

Tour brassicole Griffintown Montréal Guidatour

During the walking tour Griffintown: Beer and the Industrial Revolution, see how Griffintown is changing before our very eyes. From a light industrial zone with many empty lots, it is turning into one of the city’s most sought after residential districts. Visit its streets with your professional guide and witness this unique moment in the neighbourhood’s history.

You’ll learn about the area’s rise to prominence during the 19th century, its largely Irish population, and how it became a major player in the brewing industry with the arrival of the Dow brewery. This tour, filled with discoveries, features stops at the following breweries: Brasseur de Montréal4 Origines, and Bistro-Brasserie Les Sœurs Grises.


Credit for the mural on picture 4: Monk. E and Luvs