A tiny brewpub located in Montreal, Quebec, whose name roughly translates to "God in Heaven," has gather a reputation for out-of-this-world beers. Just how good a reputation, you ask? Trip Advisor rates it number 1 out of 214 nightlife spots in a city known for its nightlife. Now that's some good beer.
Dieu du Ciel! Aphrodite (341ml, 6.5% ABV ): 100 on RateBeer. A top 50 stout. This highly appreciated dessert beer is brewed with organic fair-trade cocoa and first rate vanilla beans. Black with aromas and flavors of vanilla, dark chocolate, bourbon and roasted malt - this beer is a must try.
Dieu du Ciel! Chemin de Croix (341ml, 7.5% ABV ): 99 on RateBeer. Imperial Porter. This beer was originally brewed for the brewery's 14th anniversary. A dark brown beer with dark chocolate, caramel, malt, dried fruits and some light licorice flavors. Floral hops balance out the beer leaving a dry and roasty finish.
Dieu du Ciel! Peche Mortel Stout (341ml, 9.5% ABV ): 100 on RateBeer. A top 50 imperial stout. Intensely black pronounced roasted flavor accentuated by using fair trade coffee during the brewing process. Péché mortel with is chocolate, coffee and roasted malts is brewed to be savored - anything else would be a mortal sin.
Dieu du Ciel! Solstice d'ete Raspberry (341ml, 5.9% ABV ): 99 on RateBeer. A top 50 Berliner Weisse. This cloudy blonde beer is highly acidic due to lactic fermentation. A light tasting beer with tart and fruity aromas from the raspberry which it is steeped in. When drinking you'll feel acidity quickly on each side of the tongue before discovering a wonderfully fruity taste.
Dieu du Ciel! Isseki Nicho (341ml, 9.5% ABV ): 98 on RateBeer. Saison. One of our favorite parts of beer is the creativity which brewers bring to the table, err kettle. This beer is a collaboration with Japanese Shiga Kogen. Starting with an imperial stout grain bill and then using hops grown at Shiga Kogen, the brewers used a Saison yeast strain to create this unique complex brew with mouthfuls of flavor.
Dieu du Ciel! Solstice d'Hiver (341ml, 10.2% ABV ): 98 on RateBeer. Barleywine. A noble winter beer brewed only once a year and then aged for 4 to 5 months before being sold. The aging process achieves an ideal equilibrium between the sharp bitterness and the other flavors in the beer. After aging, it is then sold starting mid-December of each year, until stocks last.
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