Tag Archive for ‘Dieu du Ciel’
The question comes more and more frequently from friends and acquaintances: How did a beer geek wind up living in a part of Canada with such a limited beer selection? It’s a difficult question to answer, but in the end, I usually tell people it was a trade-off. I opted for a quieter life with… Read More ›
The Beer In Canada office has been a mess lately. Beer bottles galore have been making their way back to The Beer Store for return and refund. Beeraphernalia, including a neat Labatt 50 mirror I found in a pawn shop, several funny beer signs, two big totes worth of beer glasses, at least a dozen… Read More ›
The seventh annual Cask Days will be taking place this weekend. The usual two tasting sessions will on Sunday, but as the event has grown over the years, so too has the need for a new venue. This year, the tasting sessions will taking place art Hart House at University of Toronto. That’s not to… Read More ›
Imperial stouts are one of my favourite styles of beer, and St-Jérôme, Que.-based Dieu du Ciel has created a fine addition to the overall category with Péché Mortel, an imperial coffee stout. This video review takes us into a discussion about Péché Mortel. Cheers!
Most beers use nothing more than the three standard ingredients, but Quebec’s Dieu du Ciel has been experimenting with some ingredients a little off the beaten path. With Route des épices, they add in rye and peppercorns for what is a unique, spicy beer.
So, being a beer drinker, I’m always on the lookout for good and new things to drink. Looking on the Internet, I’ve often used Ratebeer.com to find out information and feelings on beer. While surfing, I came across this list: The best beer in Canada. Looking at this list, I see that most of these beers… Read More ›