Nine Microbreweries with Terraces

Updated on May 13, 2024

Were you looking forward to sitting down on one of our microbreweries’ terraces just to relax, talk while you savour their unique beers? It will be soon the time! Here are nine Townships brewers with nice terraces!

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Brasserie Dunham — Dunham

Established inside the Relais de la Diligence, in Dunham, a historical building dating back to 1856, at the Brasserie Dunham with its terrace, you’ll discover a place with a unique charm and style. You’ll appreciate simply hanging out while savouring a glass (or two) of their delicious hopped beer. Do you feel a little craving coming? The pub servers a fun menu with a exotic and local accent. To try!

La Ferme Brasserie rurale - Shefford

Picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, fun lawn games (beanbag toss, washers, Jenga, Molkky), a magnificent verdant decor with Mount Shefford as a backdrop, and especially, rich and unique beers developed with locally produced cereals, fruit, herbs and spices. . . All this (and much more) gives La Ferme Brasserie rurale its amazing charm.

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Brasserie 11 Comtés—Cookshire-Eaton

Pays de collines, Si le temps n'est qu'une mesure, De houblon et d'eau fraîche... With such beer names, one can easily imagine that the owners of Brasserie 11 Comtés manage to capture the rural charm of Haut-Saint-François in a barrel They’ve in fact established a fine collaboration with Cuisinier Déchaîné—a local table, based in Cookshire-Eaton, to offer an outdoor dining area directly attached to the microbrewery. On the menu, you’ll find a panoply of local products. Among these, a tasting platter filled with products exclusively produced in the Haut-Saint-François region. Furthermore, this season once again, the concept of rural gastronomy, Les Mal-aimés, has been established. The chefs aim to provide guests with an authentic experience right on the farm, over an open fire and inspired by local and seasonal products.

La Memphré - Magog

If you’re looking for a lively and festive ambiance, the microbrewery La Memphré’s terrace, in downtown Magog, is the place to go! Located at only a few steps away from the Pointe Merry Park, this pub and terrace will offer you quite a view of Lake Memphremagog. Make yourself comfortable as you savour one (or several) of their fifteen beers while enjoying the Nounounes onion rings or a hot Donald Trempe dip platter.

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La Knowlton Co

Heading out to Brome Lake? Don’t hesitate to stop for a beer on the pretty terrace of La Knowlton Co. Situated at the back of the building’s glass-panelled wall and surrounded by trees, the terrace offers a little cocoon of tranquility. For perfect beer and food pairings, order one of their pizzas, baked in a wood-burning oven. What a treat!

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Microbrasserie Hop Station

In the heart of Coaticook, the microbrewery Hop Station invites you to come and enjoy a pint inside the old town train station here, brimming with history. Find a seat on the magnificent terrace and try their Train Hopper, an IPA with notes of tropical fruit, or a Gose Station, a light slightly acidulated wheat beer. Two simply perfect summer beers!

Siboire Dépôt and Siboire Jacques-Cartier—Sherbrooke

Two outlets, two terraces, two food menus, but always the same tantalizing beer card! Try a Sherbière, a Sherbrookoise lager, a Tchèque mon Bike, or one of the ten other beers on their summer menu. We promise, you won’t be disappointed by the choices they offer you here.

Edgar Hyperlodge/Les Brasseurs de West Shefford — Bromont

At Edgar Hyperlodge in Bromont, you’ll find comfort food, burgers, sandwiches, tartares, poutines, but especially beers brewed with passion by the Brasseurs de West Shefford Brewing Company. Here’s a suggestion for a beer you must try, the Inclusive, a smash ale type of lager that does a lot of good since the profits from the sale of this beer are donated to the Adapted Sports Foundation.

À l’Abordage — Sutton

British and American beer lovers, the owners of the microbrewery À l’Abordage, located in the heart of Sutton, offer ales inspired by these styles but with an added Sutton touch. Whether you choose to sit indoors or on the terrace, it’s the perfect place for an “après-cycling” or “après-hiking” moment excursion!

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