Brewed by Brasserie Dieu du Ciel!
Style: Saison
Montréal, Canada
Serve in Tulip


on tap

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RATINGS: 379   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.76/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
This "Imperial Dark Saison" is a collaboration between DDC and Shiga Kogen. It has the grain bill of an Imperial Stout, hops grown at Shiga Kogen and is fermented with Saison yeast.

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Vells (2056) - Rīga, LATVIA - MAR 16, 2018
I get saison yeast, but it is too weird sourish. Some roasted kick, somewhat earthy, dried fruits. Weirdish, but drinkable

Bro_Cube (46) - - MAR 12, 2018
Nieznany mi styl przyznam ;) Taki wytrawny stout z nutką przyprawową, dość wytrawny i z solidną goryczką, niekrótką, ale nie zalegającą. Bardzo przyjemnie się pije, rozgrzewa i...tyle. Nic nie urywa.

melush (5204) - SPAIN - FEB 23, 2018
34,1cl Bottle @ Okasional-Beer, Barcelona, Spain. Black colour with a thick tan head. Aroma is yeast, malt, chocolate, dark fruits. Taste is yeast, malt, chocolate, raisins, nuts, spices, hints of alcohol. Medium body, average carbonation.

rami_pl (5170) - Warszawa, POLAND - FEB 13, 2018
Rami Rami is drinking an Isseki Nichō by Brasserie Dieu du Ciel! at Konstruktorska Business Center Kakao, kawa, przyprawy jakies, niezle cialo, polwytrawny, mile posmaki. Smaczy bardzo a do tego faktycznie niecodzienny stoutosaison :)”
Rami Rami: super schowane alko

MatChar (142) - Quebec, CANADA - FEB 11, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 11, 2018 Bottle (xx-xx-xx). Appearance: dark black and nice brown foam with high retention and medium carbonation. Smell: chocolate, some yeasts. Taste: notes of chocolate and coffee, roasted malts, medium to high bitterness, low sugar, surprisingly spicy (hops), low drinkability and feel. Overall: very interesting style and good aromatic profile but unpleasant feel, might benefit from aging.

MashMeister5 (1) - - JAN 16, 2018 does not count
UPDATED: JAN 16, 2018 I try it (34cl bottle) 16 month after BBD and It is wonderful! Great beer from a great brewery!

Idiosynkrasie (8418) - Bielefeld, GERMANY - JAN 5, 2018
341ml bottle. Opaque, quasi black colour with average to huge, frothy, slowly osteoporosing, minimally lacing, tan head. Chocolately, dark malty aroma, notes of milk chocolate, dark chococlate, some liquorice, spicy hints of cinnamon and nutmeg, a touch of dried dark fruit. Taste is dry, bitter, yeasty spicy and roasty dark malty, notes of liquorice, dark chocolate, spicy hints of coriander, nutmeg, a touch of cinnamon, increasing herbal bitterness, a warming touch of alcohol in the finish; oily texture, minimalyl sticky palate.

tmrmwel (2340) - Bergen, NORWAY - OCT 24, 2017
On tap @ What's Brewing 17. Pours black, with a small creamy, mocha head. Aroma is wooden yeast, as well as dark roasted malts with bread, raisins, muscovado and wooden barrels. Medium to creamy body, with soft carbonation. Flavour is roasted malts with coffee, leather and wooden notes, as well as some earthy yeast. Dry finish.

gam (4188) - brisbane, AUSTRALIA - OCT 22, 2017
Large head dark pour strong carbonation aromas floral yeast citrus spice roast barley chocolate dark fruit flavours citrus spice roast barley chocolate dark fruit yeast richness brown sugar some orange zest lots of good aftertastes fruits spice roast notes yet it is smooth to drink very nice

karpik (1574) - Sosnowiec, POLAND - SEP 21, 2017
Coffee, spices, roasted malts, dark fruits and chocolate in nose. Pours pitch black with tan head. Taste is medium sweet with coffee, dark fruits, spices and cocoa. Medium bitter finish, average body and carbonation. Overall worth a try, nicely balanced.

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