You can buy beer until 11pm daily at the depanneur (convenience store), or hard liquor at the SAQ (Societe d’Alcool du Quebec aka Quebec’s liquor Commission) normally from 9am- 5pm, Monday through Saturday, and until 9pm on Thursdays and Fridays at certain locations.
- 1 What time can you start serving alcohol in Quebec?
- 2 Can I buy alcohol in Quebec?
- 3 Can you buy beer in grocery stores in Quebec?
- 4 Can you bring alcohol from Ontario to Quebec?
- 5 Can I buy alcohol in Montreal?
- 6 Can you buy alcohol at Costco in Quebec?
- 7 Does Walmart sell alcohol in Quebec?
- 8 Does Walmart in Canada sell alcohol?
- 9 Can you buy alcohol at any time of the day?
- 10 Is it illegal to buy beer in Quebec and bring to Ontario?
- 11 Does Costco sell beer in Quebec?
What time can you start serving alcohol in Quebec?
Quebec is loosening some public health regulations on August 1, meaning that, starting at a.m., you’ll have an extra hour to order alcohol at Montreal bars. As of Sunday morning, Quebec bars will be permitted to sell alcohol until 1 a.m. rather than midnight.
Can I buy alcohol in Quebec?
In Quebec, the retail sale of alcoholic beverages is allowed, under certain conditions specific to particular product categories, in Société des alcools du Québec points of sale, in convenience and grocery stores and directly on production sites.
Can you buy beer in grocery stores in Quebec?
Wine, beer and other low alcohol beverages are widely sold in supermarkets and grocery and convenience stores, though the selections sometimes can be a little restricted. For high alcohol beverages, you will have to shop at one of the SAQ (Société des alcools du Québec) stores.
Can you bring alcohol from Ontario to Quebec?
It is now legal to bring alcohol purchased in another province into Quebec for personal consumption. Quebec was the last province not to allow citizens to bring alcohol from elsewhere in Canada.
Can I buy alcohol in Montreal?
Anyone over the age of 18 can purchase beer and wine from a grocery store in Montreal, or from a corner store, also known as a dépanneur. To purchase hard alcohol and spirits, as well as a wider selection of wines and specialty beers, one has to go to a SAQ (Société des alcools du Québec).
Can you buy alcohol at Costco in Quebec?
Costco in Quebec does sell wine, but it is governed by our Grocery store wine rules, which means that they can only sell table wine (varietal wine if the proper term) and they can tell you colour and country of origin, but they are not allowed to identify the type of grape.
Does Walmart sell alcohol in Quebec?
As of now, Walmart does not sell alcohol in Canadian stores due to the very different alcohol and liquor sales that exist in our fair nation versus the U.S. But there may be a glimmer of hope for Quebecers and Montreal residents.
Does Walmart in Canada sell alcohol?
We have an awesome assortment of flavourful, thirst-quenching beer. From domestic and import to ciders and craft beer. Save an extra trip and grab some beer at a Walmart near you next time you’re shopping for groceries or laundry detergent! Don’t worry, beer happy.
Can you buy alcohol at any time of the day?
In general beer, wine, and liquor can be purchased at licensed facilities, including grocery stores. The sale of alcoholic beverages in the state of California can occur weekly between the hours of 6 a.m. and 2 a.m. every day, including Sunday.
Is it illegal to buy beer in Quebec and bring to Ontario?
A: Yes. The Government of Ontario amended Regulation 718 under the Liquor Licence Act. Individuals are now permitted to bring any quantity of beverage alcohol into Ontario on their person from other Canadian provinces or territories, as long as it is for personal consumption and not for re-sale or commercial use.
Does Costco sell beer in Quebec?
Costco has gone to court to defend its right to sell wine and beer in its Laval store, in a case that could affect all of the retail giant’s outlets in Quebec. Costco currently holds a grocery permit to sell alcohol.