Si­boire mi­cro­brew­ery

Sherbrooke Record - - LOCAL SPORTS -

Amer­ica today is the New Eng­land IPA. It is

re­ally what the clien­tele wants to drink right now. So, win­ning gold in this cat­e­gory is a

great source of pride and the en­tire team is happy to be able to help Sher­brooke shine on the Cana­dian brew­ing scene,” he proudly added.

“La Presta was brewed this sum­mer in hon­our of all of our cus­tomers who love IPA and cy­cling. We knew that cus­tomers re­ally fell in love with the beer since the de­mand was com­pletely crazy and the com­ments from con­nois­seurs have been re­ally ex­cel­lent,” noted Pierre-olivier

Boily, co-owner of the mi­cro­brew­ery. “We are more than happy to see her win this im­por­tant dis­tinc­tion at the na­tional level. It’s very mo­ti­vat­ing and makes us want to con­tinue work­ing hard for our clients.”

With the open­ing of its new plant nearly a year ago, the Sher­brooke mi­cro­brew­ery has de­vel­oped an ex­per­tise and a unique know-how in its quest for the per­fect IPA, in par­tic­u­lar thanks to its se­ries of “IPA Tests”. Each of those lit­tle ex­per­i­ments have brought the team of the mi­cro­brew­ery Si­boire closer to the per­fect beer, and their pas­sion con­tin­ues to evolve.

La Presta will is avail­able at the Si­boire bou­tique lo­cated in down­town Sher­brooke.

It will also be avail­able in the three Si­boire branches in Sher­brooke and Mon­treal. The 18 Juil­let 1853, be­ing a reg­u­lar beer of the mi­cro­brew­ery, is cur­rently avail­able in all Si­boire lo­ca­tions.

Si­boire beers are also avail­able in spe­cialty beer re­tail­ers in Que­bec and in some

gro­cery stores in the Sher­brooke area and sur­round­ings. Go to the Si­boire web­site to find a point of sale: si­boire. ca/en/points of sale/.


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