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Montreal Is Getting An All-New Irish Pub That Will Serve 100 Different Beers From Around The World

Le Trèfle in HoMa is going to be the new spot for beer lovers.

Beer drinkers, from the connoisseurs to the not-so-picky, are going to go wild for Montreal's newest Irish pub, Le Trèfle, set to open at the end of the month in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve. A new bar is always a good thing, but this pub will be beyond special, as it boasts a beer line-up that breaches the triple digits. That's right, +100 beers from all around the world, all in one place.

Located on Ontario East, some may recognize the Le Trèfle name, as one already exists in Trois-Rivières. Having experience in the nightlife/bar-scene gives some serious cred to the new Le Trèfle, and its probably how they compiled such a gigantic list of beers.

Co-owner Martin Veillete was kind enough to give us the full beer-set list, which looks damned impressive. We're most excited for the huge amount of Quebec microbrewies featured on the list, and the legit amount of Trappist beers available. For those who don't know, Trappist beer is made in a special brewery/monastery, and if anyone is gonna make delicious beer, it's gonna be freakin' monks.

Don't go in blind, and check out the full beer list below:

Trappist Beer

  • Brouwerij der Achel
  • Bières de Chimay
  • Brasserie d'Orval
  • Trappist Abbey of Westmalle
  • Brasserie de Rochefort
  • Brouwerij de La Trappe
  • Stift Engelszell
  • Sainte Marie du Mont des Cats
  • Brouwerij Westvleteren

Quebec Micro-Brewed

  • Trou du Diable - Buteuse
  • Dunham - TBA
  • Dieu du Ciel - Péché Mortel
  • Brasseurs du Monde - TBA
  • Charlevoix - Dominus Vobiscum Blanche
  • Trois Mousquetaires - TBA
  • Loup Rouge - TBA

(Seasonal beer on rotation until the new Sam Adams seasonals are available)

World Reknowned Microbreweries

  • Brewdog (Scotland)
  • Evil Twin (USA)

Canned Beer

  • Kilkenny from Ireland
  • Glutenberg (2)
  • Archibald (3)
  • Boreale (2)

Bottled Beer

  • Dieu du Ciel (9)
  • Trou du Diable (9)
  • Trou du Diable Rarities 750ml (4)
  • Dunham (9)
  • Trois Mousquetaires 750ml (3)
  • Molson (2)

Quebec Brewed

  • St-Ambroise - Pale Ale
  • St-Ambroise - Scotch Ale
  • St-Ambroise - I.P.A.
  • St-Ambroise - Cream Ale
  • Brasseurs RJ - Cheval Blanc
  • Brasseurs du Nord - Black IPA
  • Brasseurs du Nord - Red IPA
  • Brasseurs du Nord - Imperial

Irish Beer

  • Guinness
  • Harp
  • Smithwicks
  • Murphys

House Beer

  • Trefle Blonde
  • Trefle Rousse

Imported

  • Samuel Adams Boston Lager
  • 1664 Blanc
  • Carlsberg
  • Grimbergen Double Amber
  • Grolsch
  • Heineken
  • Newcastle

Canadian

  • Molson Export
  • Granville Island Raspberry

Belgian

Several special imports, TBA

Cider

  • McKeown de la Montagne Rouge

A delicious food menu will also be available (likely akin to the original's) and the pub will also have about 65 whiskeys, also from across the globe, for those who want something stronger then beer. Still, beer seems to be the star at the new Le Trèfle, and that's okay with us.

Is your mouth salivating yet? To get more info and any updates, check out Le Trèfle's FB page.

For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte

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