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Fourquet Fourchette is a unique concept.

The "fourquet" (known as mashing rake in English) is an instrument traditionally used by brewers to process water and malted grains in the mash tun in order to convert the starch into fermentable sugars to produce a fluid mass called wort.

The "fourchette" is a fork.

Combine the two and you have our logo, symbolizing the ideal marriage between gastronomy and a love of beer.

That is the essence of our concept.

 

Throughout the years, the Fourquet Fourchette has become distinctive thanks to its incomparable craft and promotion of the local market:

2009: Laureate crown at the 24th Quebec Tourism awards, dining – Tourism Development – Montreal region.

2007: Excellence award from the Chambly Basin Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Category: Service business with 16 employees and more.

2005: Quebec tourism award for the Montérégie. Category: Restaurant industry development

2004: ISO-Jeunes certification.

2003: Excellence award from the Chambly Basin Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Category: New firm or business of the year.

2002: laureate crown of Energy Efficiency , by the Chamber of commerce and Industry of South Shore, at the Dominique Rolin gala.

2002: South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s Excellence Award, South Shore. Category: Energy efficiency.

2001: Quebec tourism award for the Montérégie. Category: Restaurant industry development.