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Les Brasseurs RJ

Les Brasseurs RJ
Location Montréal, Quebec
Opened 1998
Owner(s) Les Brasseurs RJ
Active beers
Name Type
Belle Gueule originale Pale lager
Belle Gueule rousse Amber lager
Belle Gueule pilsner Pilsner
Belle Gueule blonde d'été Pilsner
Belle Gueule Lager d'hiver Pilsner
La Blanche Cheval Blanc White Ale
Tremblay Pale Lager
Coup de grisou Ale
Blonde d'Achouffe Strong pale ale
Brune d'Achouffe Spicy brown ale
BRJ spéciale Rousse Brown ale
BRJ spéciale Ambrée Amber ale
Seasonal beers
Name Type
Tord-vis Maple beer
Sainte-Paix Fruit beer
Snoreau Fruit beer
Folie Douce Fruit beer
Loch Ness Scotch ale
Escousse Black lager
Rescousse Wheat ale

Les Brasseurs RJ is a microbrewery located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The company was born in 1998 from the merger of three microbreweries: Les Brasseurs GMT, La Brasserie Le Cheval Blanc and Les Brasseurs de l'Anse. Current annual production capacity is at 35 000 hL.[1] They currently employ 240 people, including employees at the head office in Montreal, a distribution centre in Quebec and a brewery in l'Anse St-Jean that fills beer kegs.[2]

In addition to a variety of beers of their own fabrication and recipe, the microbrewery brews two d'Achouffe beers under licence and distributes the Bitburger Premium Beer, Köstritzer Schwarzbier, König Pilsner, and Wernesgrüner for the Quebec market. A portion of their sales from the "Rescousse" brand used to collect funds for the preservation of endangered species via a donation to the Fondation de la faune du Québec.[3][4]

Due to the brewery's location (in the Plateau MontRoyal borough in Montreal) and their extensive sponsorship of local events, they are known as the "Official Brewer of the Avenue" (Mount-Royal Avenue)[2]

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