McAuslan Brewing

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McAuslan Brewing
Industry Alcoholic beverage
Founded 1989
Headquarters Montreal, Quebec
Products Beer
Owner Private

McAuslan Brewing, opened in January 1989, is a brewery in Montreal. After Moosehead Breweries Limited became a major (but not majority) shareholder, the brewery expanded into a new facility in 2002. McAuslan is still located on St-Ambroise street in the St-Henri borough and currently produces approximately 70,000 HL of beer annually.

In June 2008, Les Brasseurs RJ and La Brasserie McAuslan announced a business partnership specifically for sales, marketing and distribution of their respective brands both within Quebec and beyond.[1] In April 2013, Les Brasseurs RJ purchased full control of McAuslan, and McAuslan's founders left the company.[2]

The brewery hosts regular tours (every Wednesday) of its facility, as well as Centre St-Ambroise, a venue hosting concert of local independent bands. During the summer months, Terrasse St-Ambroise is open behind the brewery on the Lachine Canal bike path near the Cote-St-Paul locks.


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