I’m now in McLean Pub, an old-time Montreal tavern of prewar origin as the walls, chairs, and ceiling attest.
It was probably built in the 1920s. In that decade, the urban tavern in Quebec, whose specialty was beer by the glass, was created essentially from whole cloth, by legislation.
This was one of the student hangouts I knew back around 1970.
Although, it had more a business vibe, but it was one of the resorts for us at end of week, or exams.
Labatt 50 ale was served then, and still. Tasting good today, almost wheaty-like, and perfumed.