After having enjoyed the Montreal summer on the largest terrace on the Plateau Mont-Royal, the Belle Gueule microbrewery is now inviting us to its Biergarten this fall to celebrate the second edition of its Oktoberfest.
This event, which will take place from September 22 to October 1, will be the perfect opportunity to soak up the unique atmosphere, discover German brewing creations and much more.
It will be the final event of the year at the Biergarten. After that, the action will move indoors, with Quartiers Belle Gueule’s magnificent gastropub.
Originating in Bavaria, Germany, the Oktoberfest is an event specially organized for all beer lovers to celebrate and share their love for this beverage. Over two weeks, the Belle Gueule microbrewery offers us the opportunity to discover a wide range of tasty European confections.
Among them, we will find brewers’ creations such as 5e Baron, Matera, Maltstrom, Noire et Blanche, Lagerbräu, Griendel and Avant-Garde. There will truly be something for everyone! Also joining the party this year directly from Germany is Bitburger Brauerei who will be offering their classic Pilsner, Germany’s #1 selling beer on tap.
Alongside its new seasoned brewer, David Meunier, the microbrewery invites us to enjoy this Oktoberfest on its Biergarten, a true tradition and above all, a symbol of Belle Gueule’s DNA and know-how. In addition to the exclusive beers available on site, the microbrewery will also offer a authentic German food selection specially developed by its renowned chef Paul Toussaint. A great way to enjoy this Bavarian experience!
Here is what you need to know about Oktoberfest at Aux Quartiers Belle Gueule
Date: September 22 to October 1
Location: 5579 Ave Christophe-Colomb, Montreal, Quebec H2J 3H3
Monday – Closed
Tuesday to Saturday – 4 pm to Midnight
Sunday – Closed
(Kitchen closes at 9:30 pm)
P.S. Still thirsty? Don’t miss INVASION COCKTAIL!
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