bedainedebiere (545) - Terrebonne, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 24, 2009
UPDATED: NOV 27, 2009 God of Heaven, this is a terrific beer. Quadrupels in Québec are harder to find then proofs that God exists. This Dieu du Ciel beer might in fact be one of these proofs! I never had a Westy but I prefer this one to Rochefort 10 and St. Bernardus 12. Who could describe all the flavours in there ? The commercial description only mentions a few of them... And the description doesn’t say a word about its rich and thick texture... 9.5% ABV for the brew I had today on tap, on the second anniversary of being with my girlfriend. I don’t think that it is the special occasion that has me giving a perfect score; it is an amazing beer. ADDED: I bought 18 bottles today! Hehe! Price ranging between 2,59$ to 3,55$ for 341 ml, 14,49$ for 6 at a mysterious location. 10,5%. I could presently lower that perfect rating a little but I won’t do it. The beer will benefit from a few months more of aging and the texture will thicken, but it is already heavenly to me. More spices than I remembered on tap. God am I happy they bottled THIS ONE. Thank you, really! ADDED: Aging’s making it smoother and smoother. The perfect score will stay. November 09, I still have 6... And La Porte des Bieres, on Laurier street, in Montreal, still have many bottles... Sold at the bargain price of 4,99$ per 341 ml bottle. Such a bargain and such a rip-off at the same time. If I was rich, I’d buy all of them... Bejaaamin (115) - London, Ontario, CANADA - DEC 13, 2009
This truly is one of the greatest beers on the planet(possibly in the universe). I never believed in the gods before, but now i thank them for every day i can get down to Chancey’s and sample another one of these. This is better than any other Abt(obviously in my opinion). The first one i had i could do nothing but stare down the glass as people around tried to converse with me. I will not describe to you this beer, words seriously fail me here. Get your ass out there and try this fucking beer. bulldogops (2885) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - SEP 8, 2010
Served in a trappist glass at Dieu du Ciel in Montréal. 10.5%. Dark chocolatey-brown pour with a foamy tan head, medium retention. Aroma is intense sweet toasted malt, toffee, chocolate. An array of flavours on the palate, chocolate toffee malt, fruity blackcurrant and berries, a yeasty spiciness, hint of cinnamon. Finishes with a tinge of bitterness that lingers with this perfect balance of taste sensations. Absolutely superb.
A king among Canadian-made beers. mrhoppy (1196) - Santa Clara, California, USA - NOV 1, 2010
I’ll ad this to my list of 5’s. This brewery is incredible. Alcohol hits you at first. I taste a little wheat in there. I love that they put this in 12oz. bottles. Very sweet with dark fruits. fabulous! pirulo (3) - Five city, ABKHAZIA - JAN 30, 2014 does not count
Best belgian speciality ale beer in the world.
I’ll really love taste oak version
Jackal106 (24) - - FEB 27, 2016
Bue après un vieillissement d’un an. Couleur noir/rubis, avec léger dépôt. Goût incroyable de caramel, de chocolat et d’alcool, se comparant avantageusement à un bon porto.
Une bière dans mon top 3!