About Boréale (Brasseurs du Nord)

The Brewers of the North, the Quebec microbrewery which is known for the Boréale beers, was founded in 1987 by three passionate people who wanted to create an original beer, pure malt and entirely natural. A year later, the first red of Quebec, La Boréale Rousse, was launched.

Since then, the microbrewery has been supporting the local brewing industry, encouraging the creation of new products and brewing beers according to best craft and environmental practices.

Beers made by Boréale (Brasseurs du Nord)

La Traversée

Limited Release American IPA

Station Nord

Limited Release American IPA

Stone Hut Pale Ale

Limited Release American Pale Ale (APA)




American Blonde Ale


Extra Special / Strong Bitter (ESB)


American Pale Ale (APA)


American IPA

IPA du Nord-Est

American IPA

ISA Des Chutes

American IPA

Motel Coconut

American Pale Ale (APA)


English Stout

Pilsner des Mers

German Pilsener


American Amber / Red Ale

Scotch Ale du Nord

Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy

Double Descente

Seasonal American Double / Imperial IPA

Pale Ale des Bois

Seasonal American Pale Ale (APA)

Saison Des Plages

Seasonal Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Tête Brûlée

Seasonal American Stout

Brewery Contact

Phone Number

+1 (450) 979-8400

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