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Spruce beer

Submitted by lsr
La Binerie Mont-Royal
367, ave. du Mont-Royal Est, Montreal

A Quebecois staple, nonalcoholic spruce beer is a clear, crisp carbonated beverage sold at grocery stores and certain traditional eateries around Montreal. Does it taste like Christmas? Yes, a bit, but with a subtle sweetness and a refreshing bite. It's made in Quebec with cane sugar and comes in this tall and handsome bottle.

 

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