Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
This beer is a Belgian style blond ale that encompasses English style brewing traditions. The beer pours a nice dark carmel color with a large head, almost an inch thick that dies down very slowly as I drank the beer. It has a ton of different complex spices and flavors such as floral notes, some citrus especially lemon, and a Belgian yeast. The ale is definitely on the heavier side but it doesn’t taste or feel that way. I would drink this over and over again for sure so one or two of these would probably be enough. It is however on the higher side of the alcohol by volume. Great beer for a summer day either from the tap or bottle. This beer is worth seeking out. It is brewed at Microbrasserie Dieu de Ciel, which translates to (God of the Sky), in St. Jerome, Quebec, Canada. The beer expert at Wally’s recommended I try this and completely agree that this is an excellent beer.