About Oshlag Brasserie & Distillerie

Oshlag Brewery & Distillery was born from a profound desire for difference. The very first establishment of its kind, Oshlag brews beer and distills spirits under the same roof. Its signature name comes from the Montreal neighbourhood of the same name, once a small Iroquois village discovered by Jacques Cartier in 1535.

Oshlag brings together our ancestor's fearlessness as well as today's montrealer's boldness, a combination that makes it truly unique. It is also a subsidiary to Glutenberg & Transbroue, both Montreal-based groups dedicated to making the Quebec craft brewery scene shine. Intertwined, the brewery and distillery create a one-of-a-kind entity.

As of March 2017, Oshlag is a recognized member of the American Distilling Institute™.


Beers made by Oshlag Brasserie & Distillerie

24 Carats

English Barleywine

Bang-Chang

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Chicha Quechua

California Common / Steam Beer

Chêne Rouge

American Amber / Red Ale

Collabo #1

American Dark Wheat Ale

Collabo #2

American Wild / Sour Ale

Collabo #3

American Double / Imperial Stout

Double IPA des Fêtes

American Double / Imperial IPA

Fort Noir

American Stout

Inca

California Common / Steam Beer

Jamancho

American Wild / Sour Ale

Kellerbier

Kellerbier / Zwickelbier

Lager Saaz

American Pale Lager

L’Équilibre

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Miettes

Hefeweizen

Motueka

American IPA

Mêlée

American Pale Lager

Nano IPA

American IPA

Pacific Gem

American IPA

Pinot Noir 2016

Belgian Strong Pale Ale

Rakau

American IPA

Riesling 2016

Belgian Strong Pale Ale

Saison Collabo

Saison / Farmhouse Ale

Seto Õlu

Herbed / Spiced Beer

Stout Blanc

American Stout

Stout Caramel Salé

Milk / Sweet Stout

Ton Ancêtre Khorasan

American Wild / Sour Ale

Brewery Contact

Oshlag Brasserie & Distillerie Address

1400 - 2350 Rue Dickson
Montréal, Québec, Canada

Phone Number

+1 (438) 387-6500

Send a Message

info@oshlag.com



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