from idea to action

from idea

Because the best projects are often born from a crazy idea, at Station agro-biotech, nothing is impossible. The famous phrase “I’ve got an idea” is often used by our president Jonathan, and often results in a market launch a few months later…

to action

Station agro-biotech facilitates the realization of innovative, large-scale projects. Thanks to its agile, proactive and truly collaborative team, no project is too big. Thanks to its business partners and its determination to make things happen, Station agro-biotech aims to become a leader in the agri-food market.

our history

Bilboquet Microbrasserie
BilPub opens in downtown Saint-Hyacinthe. The pub is still operating in its original location.
Bilboquet Microbrasserie
January 27, 1994, Le Bilboquet Microbrewery obtains its artisan brewer's license #AB006.
Distillerie Noroi
Founding of the City of Agri-Food, Veterinary and Agri-Environmental Biotechnology (Saint-Hyacinthe), North America's first technology park dedicated exclusively to the biofood sector.
Bilboquet Microbrasserie
September 9th, 2008, Le Bilboquet Microbrewery obtains its industrial brewing license #BR065.
© La Rivest - Créatrice d'image
Foundation of Noroi Distillery
2019 - fondation abt
Foundation of Station agro-biotech
Bilboquet Microbrasserie
Station agro-biotech acquires Le Bilboquet Microbrewery
2020 - premier PAB sans alcool
Noroi Distillery markets the first non-alcoholic ready to drink at the SAQ
2020 - La Poche Bleue
Launch of La Poche Bleue beer
2020 - Atypique
Founding of Atypique Beverages
2022 - début agrandissement
Start of plant expansion
2022 - vente Atypique
Sale of Atypique beverages to Keurig Dr. Pepper Canada
2023 - PAB en épiceries
Noroi Distillery launches its ready-to-drink line in grocery stores
2023 - annonce PARIT
Announcement of funding for the Station agro-biotech from the Government of Quebec under the Programme d'Aide à la Relance de l'Industrie Touristique (PARIT).
2024 B - Ward Vodka
Launch of Ward Vodka

our partners

Cintech puts its expertise at the service of innovation and the needs of the food industry. Acting as a technology accelerator, Cintech offers a rapid access to the various technologies that food companies need.
The CRDA (Centre de Recherche sur les Aliments Transformés) is a research center for processed foods. It specializes in food preservation, processing, quality and safety. It supports food and beverage processing companies in their R&D efforts.
Saint-Hyacinthe Technopole is responsible for economic development in the greater Saint-Hyacinthe region. The organization operates the City of Agri-Food, Veterinary and Agri-Environmental Biotechnology, a technology park at the heart of the largest ecosystem dedicated to the growth of the agri-food industry in Quebec.