IBU: The bitterness of beer is provided by compounds such as hululons, or alpha acids from hops used during brewing. The scale, International Bittering Unites, or simply the IBU scale, is the quantitative value designated to measure the bitterness of beer. This scale does not measure the perceived bitterness of beer, but the amount of iso-alpha acids that gives bitterness to the beer. The higher the IBU, the more bitterness will be present in your beer. SRM:The Standard Reference Method, abbreviated as SRM is the color system used by brewers to specify finished beer and malt color. In the case of malt it is actually the SRM color of a laboratory wort made from the malt which is printed on the package.

How to  calculate approximate alcool content:

(Finale density - Initiale density) x 131.25 = alcool per volume. Ex 1042 initiale minus 1010 finale = 32x 131.25= 4.2%

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Initial density: 1.054 - 1.060 Final density: 1.016 - 1.020 IBU:42 SRM:40

This black ale will let you discover the joys of it’s Irish tradition. Its deep black colour as well as its creamy and abundant foam are characteristic of a stout. It has powerful chocolate and coffee flavours. Its bitterness makes it a beer for savvy amateurs. Ingredients: Two-Row Barley Malt, Oats, Carafa, Chocolat. Hops: Northern Brewer, Chinook.


Initial density: 1.040 - 1.046 Final density: 1.000 - 1.010 IBU:10 SRM:2.8

This white pale yellow and slightly veiled is above all thirst quenching. It’s flavours are fruity and its bitterness is subtle. A slight acidity adds to its unique character. Typical of the Belgian Wit Beers with curaçao orange and coriander notes. Good in all seasons, it is perfect for summer and patio. Ingredients: Two-Row Barley, Wheat. Hops: Cascade, coriander, curaçao orange.


Initial density: 1.046 - 1.052 Final density: 1.008 - 1.012 IBU:32 SRM:14.3

Traditionally English, this beer with a rich red color, offers fruity flavors enhanced by a touch of caramel. The hops used give it an average bitterness well balance with the malty character. Ingredients: Two-Row Barley Malt, Flake Oats. Hops: Northern Brewer, Cascade, Styrian Golding.


Initial density: 1.046 - 1.052

Final density: 1.006 - 1.010
IBU:24 SRM:3

This pale and luminous beer has very pleasant fruity flavours reminiscent of citrus and apricot. Surprise your friends and family with this delicious, fresh beer. It appeals to both amateurs and connoisseurs alike. Ingredients: Two-Row Barley Malt. Hops: Northern Brewer, Styrian Golding.

American Pale Ale

Initial density: 1.046 - 1.052 Final density: 1.006 - 1.010  IBU:31  SRM:3

This beer is an IPA reinvented. Aromatic hops such as Citra, Simco, and Cascade are generously used to contribute to the pleasant aroma. It ‘s a pale colored beer.

Ingredients: Two-Row Barley Malt.

Hops: Citra, Simcoe et Cascade.

Cascade Blonde

Initial density: 1.046 - 1.052 Final density: 1.007- 1.011 IBU:24.9 SRM:3

This «single hop» has refreshing tones of grapefruit and citrus notes that is an iconic trait to Cascade hops. We also added malted wheat which gives it a roundness and a beautiful creamy head. The Quebec (Beauce Region) Cascade hops gives this beer a character that true lovers will appreciate.

Ingrédients: Two-Row Barley Malt, Wheat.

Hops: Cascade.


Initial density:: 1.057 - 1.062 Final density: 1.008 - 1.012 IBU:65 SRM:6.8

A copper-colored beer with malt and caramel avours. When you take a sip, a fresh hop blast slowly fades away and the malt creeps up gently. A refreshing, lingering after taste will appeal to fans of IPA style.Ingredients: Two-Row Barley, Black Malt, Flack Oats.

Hops: Chinook, Cascade, Styrian Goldings.


Initial density: 1.050 - 1.056 Final density: 1.008 - 1.012 IBU:26 SRM:9

The Weizenbier is a white beer with a high bitterness, originally brewed in Bavaria, Germany. The Weizenbier from Micro-Brew is made from 50% barley and 50% wheat, which gives it an amber color. Added to this is a touch of roasted malt, which brings body and complexity. Hops are present in the mouth with a small resinous side, quickly followed by an explosion of grapefruit and ower aromas.

Ingredients : 2Row Barley, Black Malt, Oats.

Hops: Cascade, Chinook

Scotch Ale

Initial density: 1.060- 1.066 Final density: 1.010- 1.014 IBU:20 SRM:19

The Scotch Ale by Micro-Brew honors the Scottish tradition. Our brewer has studied and brewed with brewers in Scotland. He created a beer that reminds him of the Highlands and the mysterious side of Scotland. Caramel-colored, it is soft and has a peaty and smoky taste with a perceptive mild bitterness . Typically Scottish! Ingredients: Two-Row Barley Malt, Peat Malt, Oats. Hops: Northern Brewer.

White IPA

Initial density: 1.050 - 1.056 Final density: 1.008 - 1.012 IBU:45.9 SMR:3.2

This slightly hazy beer  is in the White IPA style. Included in the kit, you will find 1 once of Columbus Hops for dry hopping. Add it 3 days before bottling. Specific aroma descriptors include black pepper, liquorice, curry and subtle citrus. It should please amateur that enjoy hoppy beers!. Ingredients: Two-row Barley Malt, Wheat malt. Hops: Chinook, Cascade, Simcoe, Columbus


Northren Brown Ale


Initial density: 1.056 - 1.062 Final density: 1.006- 1.010 IBU:41 SRM:19

A beer with hints of caramel, biscuits , and well balanced on the hop side. It is endowed with a beautiful amber color and generous portion of hops. Ingredients: Two-row Barley Malt, Black Malt. Hops: Chinook, Cascade, Styrian Golding.


Double Dry Hopped


Initial density: 1.046 - 1.052 Final density: 1.006- 1.010 IBU:31 SRM:3

Our Double Dry Hopped is a typical IPA American style. The hops used  are  Citra and Simcoe.The Lallemand  Verdant yeast will amplify  the tropical fruity aroma. This is a pale  blonde, rich and refreshing beer. Initiale Density  - 1.046-1.052 Finale Density - 1.006 - 1.010 IBU -  31     SMR -  3