Brasserie Dieu du Ciel!, Montreal, QC, Canada
Brasserie Dieu du Ciel, Montréal, QC, Canada
Having emerged on the scene by brewing audacious beers, Dieu du Ciel! continually seeks to question itself, to experiment and to evolve at all levels.
Motivated by humanist values and ethics, Dieu du Ciel! aims to put people at the centre of its achievements and to prioritize them in all aspects of the business.
Being nonconformists, we strive to act, first and foremost, according to our convictions. This has guided our decisions and our way of working since our inception. —Dieu du Ciel
Clef des Champs
Rye Ale with Scottish Herbs, 5.2%
Inspired by ancestral brewing techniques that used a variety of available local herbs and spices instead of hops (this type of beer is often called “gruit”), this beer has amber-red hues and a lace like head. Typical Scottish herbs (heather and mugwort) are used for this beer. Gruit is an ancient beer style, from a time when hop was little-known and rarely used in brewing. This is an atypical beer, very floral, thin, and slightly caramelized.