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Food

McClelland Premium Imports Brings Delicious European Beers to Montreal

Posted by Bryan / December 31, 2013



Despite being the most European of all provinces, Quebec has the smallest selection of European beers. Guy McClelland, Beer Knight and European craft beer importer, is hoping to help change that.

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Food, City

Winter Warmer IV

Posted by Bryan / December 17, 2013

Winter Warmer is an extravagant event and not a beer party for the weak. You won't find a Molson booth here. In fact, you won't find a craft beer below 8% alc./vol. Winter Warmer will do what the name implies and you'll leave with flush, rosy cheeks.

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Food, City

Biermarkt Opens in Montreal

Posted by Bryan / December 13, 2013


Toronto's high-end beer institution has opened in the old Queue de Cheval location, right across from the Bell Centre, bringing some delicious European beers into Quebec.

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Food

Festive Gin-Based Holiday Cocktails

Posted by Bryan / December 13, 2013

Looking to break out of the humdrum of Egg Nog and Mulled Wine? Check out these delicious recipes!

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City, Arts

"A Nasty NoŽl" with Bobby Slayton at The Wiggle Room

Posted by Bryan / December 6, 2013

The "pitbull of comedy" is back with a holiday-themed show that will frighten the elderly, send small children running and would mortify your parents. We caught an early performance, here's what we thought.

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Music, City

Baroque Bonanza: Catch the Last Few Concerts of the Montreal Bach Festival

Posted by Bryan / December 3, 2013

The 7th annual edition of the annual Montreal Bach Festival has been in full swing since November 23rd. If you didn't get a chance to see the Brandenburg Concertos or the Goldberg Variations, fear not! There are still a few amazing performances you can see before the festival is over.

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