The first ‘Fabrique a Montreal‘ or Fabriqué à Montréal in French, is coming to the Mile End’s Aire Commune. The weekend event highlights local microbreweries and will host pop-up shows and street food vendors too.
The festival aims to focus on local creators and will feature scotch ales, oatmeal stouts, Nano IPAs, and more. All beers at the festival will be locally made.
The local microbreweries participating in Fabrique a Montreal include:
- Boswell Brasserie Artisanale
- Broue Pub Brouhaha Rosemont
And, many more microbreweries will be sharing their creations!
Along with food trucks and music from Djs, the Mile End beer festival will also host Houblon Bastien, a hops producer from the region of Terrebonne, and Frederic Thibault, vice-president of Glutenberg. They’ll talk about their new company.
If you haven’t checked out Aire Commune, the Fabriqué à Montréal festival is the perfect chance to do so before it closes in September for the season.
Entry to the festival is free and you’ll find a collection of samples available on the house. Prices for beer, shops, and street vendors will vary.
When: August 11 – 12, (Saturday 12 PM to 11 PM, Sunday 12 PM to 9 PM)
Where: Corner Bernard and de Gaspé Streets