the perfect places
for your 3 0'clock BREAK!
Looking for an original place to meet friends? Celebrate a special occasion? Or simply relax ? Around an award-winning microbrewery beer?
This itinerary is especially for you!
Their nectar produced with water that is born in the surrounding mountains
The delicious and generous nacho we shared perfectly accompanied the tasting palette of their nectar produced with water that is born in the surrounding mountains.
Start your day with a round of golf at club de Golf Dorchester (open from may to october).
1st stop : Frampton Brasse
Speciality : Beers of German inspiration
After your game, meet at Frampton Brasse to taste one of their beers of distinction while reminding you of your good (or less good) strokes of the day! Enjoy the view from the terrace to admire the great Appalachian landscape.
In the afternoon, visit a unique zoo and so welcoming that it is by rehabilitating and saving animals that it originally came into existence. This is the Miller Zoo !
2nd stop : Pub de la Contrée et Microbrasserie de Bellechasse
Speciality : Long aging beers inspired by the villages of Bellechasse
Take the road towards Buckland to discover a charming pub: the Pub de la Contrée et Microbrasserie de Bellechasse. Sit at the bar or comfortably by the fire and enjoy a good beer in this warm environment created from old materials from the area!
In the morning, discover all the grandeur and beauty of the parc Régional du Massif du Sud during a hike. A dozen trails ranging from 4 to 18 km of different levels of difficulty are proposed.
3rd stop : Ras L’Bock
Spécialité : IPA and limited edition beers
After your hike, take the road again and go to St-Jean-Port-Joli at Ras'L'Bock. This microbrewery, whose pub is located opposite the village wharf, offers more than a dozen cask beers at all times as well as a superb terrace with a view of the river. In the afternoon, take the opportunity to visit St-Jean-Port-Joli and soak up the artistic fiber of this village recognized by its passionate artisans and their works of art!
4th stop : Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud
Speciality : Craft beers and IPA
Take the road towards Montmagny for dinner time! The Microbrasserie Côte-du-Sud and its large terrace is the perfect stop to make another brewery discovery that will perfectly accompany your meal!
Several types of accommodation are offered in the area of Montmagny et les Îles . All you have to do is choose the one that best fits your budget and preferences.
Drive on the Route des Navigateurs and discover the villages of Berthier-Sur-Mer, Saint-Vallier, Saint-Michel-de-Bellechasse and Beaumont before going to the revitalized sector of the traverse Québec-Lévis with its breathtaking views of Quebec City and the Château Frontenac.
5th stop : Corsaire Pub Microbrasserie
Speciality : English style beers
Walk to the Corsaire Pub Microbrasserie to savor one of their multiple medal-winning beers and enjoy their outdoor terrace with a view of Quebec City.
Take Route 132 towards Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly. En route, make a stop in the village of Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly to walk and discover all its charm.
6th stop : La Confrérie Microbrasserie
Speciality : Fruit beers of artisanal manufacture
(Terrace only. Open from June 24th to Thanksgiving weekend) Meet at La Confrérie Microbrasserie to discover this artisan brewery in an orchard. Their summer back terrace overlooking the orchards, is the ideal excuse to end your trip by tasting a fruit beer in an enchanting and relaxing environment.
We also suggest you : At day 1, Annie et ses abeilles and the Cabane à Pierre . At day 2, the Bistro OK and the Musée maritime du Québec - Capitaine J.E. Bernier . At day 3, the following wharfs: the quai de Berthier-sur-mer , that of St-Michel de Bellechasse and thequai Paquet in Lévis.