In 2010, the idea of brewing a gluten-free beer in Quebec was first discussed by two long-time friends and entrepreneurs. One of the co-founders, who had been living with gluten intolerance for several years, remained dissatisfied with the gluten-free beer on the market. He and his partner then saw a unique opportunity to meet a growing need and to realize what both of them had long dreamed of: running their own business. This is how the two acolytes launched their business with the aim of pushing the limits of gluten-free brewing.
In 2011, after more than a year of research and development, the company’s very first beer is launched on the Quebec market: the Glutenberg Blonde. Shortly afterwards, the Pale Ale Américaine and the Rousse followed, allowing the brewery to end its first year of existence with a trio of innovative products.