Thanks for checking out this post on where to buy wine, liquor, and beer in Quebec City. Our alcohol guide will try to cover the topic in as detailed of a way as we possibly can.
A list of the best local liquor stores and wine shops in town will get us going. Anyone that is ready to go pick up a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will get their info quick and be ready to head out the door.
Up next we will dive into the best breweries and beer bars near you, and a list of Quebec City wine bars will follow that up. Wineries and vineyards in your area will get a shout out, and we will wrap this up by mentioning some of the best local happy hours where you can buy cheap alcoholic drinks after your work day ends.
Towards the end you will find an alcohol map for your area with all of the various venues we are mentioning pinned on it. And everyone is welcome to read some of our other posts on wine, liquor, and beer around Canada.
Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Quebec City
Whether you want to buy a case of beer, some vodka, tequila, wine, or just about any other alcoholic drink you should be able to get them at any of these best liquor stores and wine shops in Quebec City:
- SAQ Sélection at 2828 Boulevard Laurier
- Boires Ville de Québec at 281 Couronne St
- The Duchess D’Aiguillon at 469 Rue Saint-Jean
- Boutique du Vin Rive at 5425 Bd Guillaume-Couture
- Couillard Street Grocery Store at 27 Rue Couillard
- La Boutique du Vin at 3140a Ch Ste-Foy
The purpose of the SAQ Sélection is to trade alcoholic drinks by supplying a diverse selection of high-quality products in all regions. New wines and spirits are available in limited numbers every Thursday and there is also free home delivery.
Founded in 1991 Boutique du Vin Rive stocks a wide range of wines, both house brands and limited editions, beers, cider, accessories, and much more. They also offer on-site winemaking, soda stream filling, sparkling wine production, grain grinding, and craft brewing for your unique drink.
La Boutique du Vin sells a selection of specialty wines, beers, and ciders alongside kits and ingredients for crafting your own drink. They also provide on-site manufacturing to make your production easier as well as brewing and winemaking classes for groups of 1-4 people.
Breweries & Beer Bars Near You
When you want to go sample some new suds or just watch the game with some pals these local breweries and beer bars are a great option:
- Correct at 380 Rue Dorchester
- Noctem Artisans Brewers at 1095 Rue Vincent-Massey #8
- Alpha Brewery at 1510-A Rue Semple
- General Brasserie at 400 Rue du Platine #3
The premium craft beers offered by the Correct are brewed in the traditional way to achieve high quality standards. You may enjoy their menu which includes light and inexpensive meals made with local seasonal ingredients on Wednesday to Saturday from 11:30am to 11pm.
Noctem Artisans Brewers has a tasting room that can hold up to 30 people and is one of the best places to drink freshly made beers while also witnessing the brewery and its operations. You are welcome to bring your own food and play board games or old consoles in a friendly atmosphere.
General Brasserie has been producing craft beers in your area since 2014 and they can be found in specialized convenience stores, restaurants, and bars all across the city. Visit their boutique or tasting room to see a wide range of high-quality products from various product lines on Wednesday from 1pm to 6pm or Thursday to Saturday from 1pm to 9pm.
Wine Bars In Quebec City
Wine bars in your area are a great place for a date, a business meeting, or to hang out with a big group of friends:
- Terroir at 72 Boulevard Champlain
- Hideout at 1027 3e Ave
- Pub Nelligan’s at 789 Côte Sainte-Geneviève
- Bistro St-Malo at 75 Rue Saint-Paul
- Le Renard et la Chouette at 125 Rue Saint-Vallier O
- Louise Taverne & Bar à Vin at 48 Rue Saint-Paul
If you need a private space for a business meeting, presentation, or a more intimate night Hideout is the place to go. They feature excellent food, fine wine, flavorful beer, and upbeat music as well as daily specials which include discounts on all whiskeys on Saturdays, imported beers on Sundays, selected bourbons and bottled beers on Thursdays, and much more.
Bistro St-Malo is a well-known French restaurant with a comfy atmosphere and creative cuisine prepared from fresh local ingredients. Seafood, molds, cassoulet, tartare, wines, craft beers, cocktails, and a whiskey bar are all available.
If you want to savor beers, wines, and cocktails while enjoying amuse-bouches, raw bar appetizers, charcuterie, oysters, homemade pasta, risotto, and other delicacies in a convivial atmosphere head to Louise Taverne & Bar à Vin.
Wineries & Vineyards In Your Area
While these wineries and vineyards near you may not be right in town they are worth the drive:
- Isle of Bacchus Vineyard at 1335 Chemin Royal
- Saint Pierre The Vineyard at 1007 Chemin Royal
Founded in 1982 The Isle of Bacchus Vineyard is a pioneer in the history of Quebec viticulture presenting high-quality products like dry, traditional method sparkling wines, and more. Come and join for a tasting event in the wine cellar of a three-hundred-year-old house, a guided tour of the site and the underground winery, or grape harvesting at the vineyard from late September to mid-October.
Saint Pierre The Vineyard welcomes you to embrace the combination of an extraordinary rural setting and the uniqueness of their wine through a variety of family activities including guided or self-guided tours and free harvest festivals. Guests are invited to visit the tasting room and gift shop in their historic barn which dates back to 1935 to explore a variety of tasting options to suit every preference and budget.
Best Local Happy Hours
These happy hours in Quebec City can be a great option to buy cheaper alcoholic drinks after work when you need to unwind:
- Pub L’Oncle Antoine at 29 Rue Saint-Pierre
- Parvis Saint-Joseph Pub at 481 Rue Saint-Joseph E
- D’Orsay Restaurant Pub at 65 Rue De Buade
The Parvis Saint-Joseph Pub is the ideal place for some delicious food, beers, or one of the homemade cocktails not to mention sporting events shown on multiple screens with sound and a relaxing atmosphere. They are open from 11:30am to 2am Monday through Friday and from 9am to 2am on Saturday and Sunday.
For more than 45 years D’Orsay Restaurant Pub has built a magnificent reputation for serving world cuisine that pairs well with wine, beer, and cocktails at a reasonable price with a European flare and a vibrant atmosphere. They have some of the best mussels in town, as well as grill dishes, seafood plates, pastas, salads, and other menu options.
You can read more of our posts on:
- Breweries & Vineyards In Montreal
- Breweries & Vineyards In Toronto
- Breweries & Vineyards In Ottawa & Gatineau
- Breweries & Vineyards In Boston
Enjoy Drinking Wine, Liquor, & Beer In Quebec City
For the time being that is all we have to share but check back in because we will do our best to keep this page updated. After reading about all of those local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours near you we think you are ready to accomplish your goal.
Do us a favor and mention if we got anything incorrect or if any of the above places have closed down in the comments so we can keep the lists up to date. Now have fun drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Quebec City.