Something’s brewing in Vaudreuil-Soulanges at the TrestlerFest


PHOTO COURTESY RICHARD DUBOIS

(Left to right) : Maison Trestler Director Louise Leblond-Vallée, Wayne Saray of microbrasserie Le Castor, Véronique Viau of IGA Extra Famille Viau, Richard Dubois - Director Communications et Vie associative Desjardins Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Réjean Boyer of the Board of Directors of the Caisse Desjardins de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, Dominique Poirier, Maison Trestler Events Coordinator and Céline Chartier, Vaudreuil-Dorion municipal councillor.

Maison Trestler is embarking upon an innovative, festive fundraising event—the TrestlerFest, to be held Friday, April 8, from 5 to 10 p.m.

The TrestlerFest will be the place to enjoy tasting an assortment of artisanal beers developed by three local microbreweries—Schoune (Saint-Polycarpe), Le Castor (Rigaud) and Maltéus (Salaberry-de-Valleyfield). Also on offer will be a variety of Sleeman beers that have made their mark on Quebec’s brewing history.

This fine range of beverages will be amply complemented by various food stations offering gourmet accompaniments for the beers. Local companies will present trays of their food specialties to delight all. Collaborators include L’Artisan de la mer, la Cage Brasserie sportive, Resto-Bar Sunny’s, IGA Extra Famille Viau, Les Délices d’Arnaud and Bad Monkey. Côte de Vaudreuil Vineyard will also be present to enhance visitors’ pleasure with a glass of wine from the Vaudreuil-Soulanges terroir.

All in all, 12 booths will be set up in Maison Trestler to welcome visitors for this first year of TrestlerFest. The entrance fee costs $25 and tasting tickets will be sold on site for $2 each.

The Director of Maison Trestler, Louise LeBlond Vallée, considers that the TrestlerFest is a novel opportunity for the House to attract a new customer niche. “Our annual calendar is well known to our regular visitors, who appreciate our cultural offerings. This imaginative event will enable us to reach new customers and invite them to explore Maison Trestler, while enjoying some superb local products.”

The main partner of the event, Desjardins Vaudreuil-Soulanges, has generously contributed to the creation of a tasting glass engraved to commemorate the TrestlerFest, which will be presented to visitors. In addition, Desjardins Vaudreuil-Soulanges provided financial support for the design of the TrestlerFest logo and various other promotional tools.

Tickets for the TrestlerFest may be obtained directly from Maison Trestler at (450) 455-6290.

Source and information: Louise LeBlond Vallée or Dominique Poirier

Maison Trestler

Tel: (450) 455-6290

Email: llvallee@trestler.qc.ca or dpoirier@trestler.qc.ca

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