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Boutique Cheers
Photograph: Boutique Cheers / @boutiquecheers

The best beer delivery and takeout options in Montreal to #buvezlocal

Get suds sent straight to your home with these lovely local options for the best beer delivery and takeout in Montreal

By JP Karwacki
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If there’s one thing we miss right now, it’s just sitting on the stools of the best bars in Montreal, let alone gathering with friends to drink some of the best beer in Montreal. For now, until we can meet again, we’ve scouted out where get some excellent beer delivery and takeout in the city, by case or bottle or growler. Montreal—and Quebec at large—is full of amazing microbreweries and shops to pick up curious flavours, and buying local is just what the industry needs right now to stay afloat. So here’s a little something to tide us all over, something to enjoy over a video chat with friends and family, and if beer’s not your thing you may want to scope our picks for the best wine delivery in Montreal.

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The best beer delivery and takeout in Montreal

Boutique Cheers
Photograph: Boutique Cheers / @boutiquecheers

Boutique Cheers

This beer boutique in Pointe-Saint-Charles should be one of the first names that should come to mind if you want great microbrews brought straight to your door. They’ve recently launched their delivery service which will bring out orders as far as Rosemont, the Plateau and Hochelaga—so really, where won’t they go? Just visit their website to check out the selection (link below).

Reservoir
Photograph: Reservoir / Facebook

Reservoir

Open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 1pm to 6pm, Reservoir is offering selections of beer by the bottle and can that are regularly changed. Last we saw, a selections of pilsner, citra, a grapefruit IPA, a rhubarb wheat ale, brown ale and lager made with kefir lime leaves and pink peppercorn were all up for grabs.

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Benelux
Photograph: Benelux / @BENELUXruewellington

Benelux

Running a beer takeout spot from their Verdun location on Wellington Boulevard, Benelux is open for sales from Thursday to Friday, 4pm to 8pm, or Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm to 6pm. Their brewery at Brasserie du Canal is working full tilt, producing bottles and cans of all our seasonal favourites.

Brasserie Harricana
Photograph: Brasserie Harricana / brasserieharricana.com

Brasserie Harricana

Their delicious menu may no longer be available, but Harricana’s beers mercifully still are. Online orders can be made through their website and delivery is available within a limited zone—check on their site to see if you can order up. We’re talking cans and bottles of all their best, but if you really want to class things up, order up their fifth anniversary box set.

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Vices et Versa
Photograph: Vices et Versa / @vicesetversa

Vices et Versa

Up in Little Italy and missing your old watering hole? No problem. If you message these champions of local beer on Facebook, you can grab some drinks to go with an incredibly cheap takeout menu of salads and poutines, both going for $5 (the food, not the beer). Check ahead of time to see when they’re open and ready to serve you.

Isle de Garde
Photograph: Isle de Garde / @isledegarde

Isle de Garde

Full feasts are available for pickup from this brewery, making takeout meals that are frozen and ready to be cooked at home alongside over a dozen beers to pick from—mango and tangerine, raspberry and jasmine, bitters and brown ales and blondes. Open for takeout on Thursdays and Fridays from 3pm to 7pm, and Saturdays from 1pm to 5pm. Calling ahead to place your order is strongly recommended as the food sells out fast.

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MaBrasserie
Photograph: Courtesy MaBrasserie

MaBrasserie

If you’re the type of person who likes to jump from one bar to the next, why not head to one spot where you can get your hands on a wide selection? MaBrasserie’s kept the doors of their boutique open, selling takeout dishes and beers from both their bar and many others in town like Hubbub and BrouePub BroueHaHa. Open seven days a week, grab a chocolate-raspberry beer to go with your smoked meat spaghetti.

Messorem Bracitorium
Photograph: Messorem Bracitorium / @MessoremBracitorium

Messorem Bracitorium

Sometimes you’ll need to travel to get the best. Do so responsibly and arrive at this novel name on the beer scene in the city, open between Monday to Saturday, noon to 6pm. They’ve imposed strict rules on payment methods (card only), the amount of people in the bottle shop (one at a time) and more, so follow the rules and play nice to get your hands on some of the best beer in town.

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Maltéhops
Photograph: Maltéhops / @maltehops

Maltéhops

If you’re in Verdun, you’re in luck: This little microbrew shop is selling both food and beer for delivery (with a few occasional exceptions, especially if your order includes merch). The delivery’s being done a little on the pirate side of things, as it’s only accepting email orders with bank transfers for payment. Open from noon to 8pm every day except Sunday.

Boswell Brasserie Artisinale
Photograph: Boswell Brasserie Artisinale / @brasserieboswell

Boswell Brasserie Artisinale

Leave it to one of the best names in local business to offer beers for delivery in the city. Deliveries are free for orders of $25 or more ($2.50 for under that) within the following boundaries: “North, rue Bélanger; to the west, boulevard St-Denis; to the south, Ontario Street; to the east, boulevard Pie-IX.” They’ve also got food for order that pairs great with their bottles and growlers.

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Siboire
Photograph: Siboire / siboire.ca

Siboire

If you’ve got wheels, Siboire’s got a service that’s perfect for you: Order and pay easily through their website, pull in to their main site brewery’s parking lot and an attendant will be there to drop your cans in your trunk. It’s fast, easy and full of delicious beers to try out.

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