Beers
13e étage (13e étage )
porter with pepper and yuzu
5.1%




The 13e étage was born in our Montreal brewpub in september 2011

15 nord (15 north)
Strong Black Ale aged in Cabernet Sauvignon barrels
8.4%




The 15 north was born in our Montreal brewpub in september 2013

6 ième Soir (6 th Night)
Imperial pilsner
8.9%


This beer was specially brewed for Dieu du Ciel’s sixth anniversary. It reflects the recent tendency of American brewers to push all beer styles to the extremes. This lager is therefore quite strong in alcohol and it has a sharp but delicate bitterness, like all pilsners. The beer is full-bodied and well balanced thanks to the delicate sweet flavours that come through.

The 6 th Night was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2004

Alban Elved (Alban Elved)
Fresh hops ale
5%

On the menu today!
Alban Elved, "The Light of the Water," the first day of Autumn, was also called Harvesthome. Observed on September 21, the Autumnal Equinox was the day when the sun again began to wane, as the dark half of the year drew near. As with the Vernal Equinox, day and night were of equal length across the planet. This balance in nature presented a powerful time for magic. To the ancients, this was a sacred time. The Irish saw this time of year as the Waning of the Goddess. From the Summer to the Winter Solstice, they would hold festivals for the God - who was seen as a dark, threatening being. To the Goidelic Celts, the spring was the time of joy in the rebirth of the Goddess. To Brythonic Celts, however, this was the time of the death of the God (the Sun or the Grain God).



Alban Elved "Cask" (Alban Elved ''Cask'')
Fresh hops ale
5%


Alban Elved, "The Light of the Water," the first day of Autumn, was also called Harvesthome. Observed on September 21, the Autumnal Equinox was the day when the sun again began to wane, as the dark half of the year drew near. As with the Vernal Equinox, day and night were of equal length across the planet. This balance in nature presented a powerful time for magic. To the ancients, this was a sacred time. The Irish saw this time of year as the Waning of the Goddess. From the Summer to the Winter Solstice, they would hold festivals for the God - who was seen as a dark, threatening being. To the Goidelic Celts, the spring was the time of joy in the rebirth of the Goddess. To Brythonic Celts, however, this was the time of the death of the God (the Sun or the Grain God).



Amer Khadir (Amère Khadir)
Golding IPA
6%


Traditional English Pale Ale brewed with "Goldings" hops in hopback.

The Amère Khadir was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2008

Amère Khadir (Amer Khadir)
IPA Golding hops
6%


Traditional English Pale Ale brewed with "Goldings" hops in hopback.

The Amer Khadir was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2008

Annedd'ale (Annedd'ale)

4.4%




The Annedd'ale was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2011

Aphrodisiaque (Aphrodite)
Cocoa and vanilla stout
6.5%


Black ale with aromas and flavours of vanilla, dark chocolate, bourbon and roasted malt. The vanilla and cocoa marry nicely, without out-competing each other, to produce a surprisingly well balanced beer. This beer is mildly hoppy, but the cocoa introduces a touch of bitterness. Its colour may be intimidating, but it is a very smooth beer within reach of most beer drinkers. This highly appreciated dessert beer is brewed with organic fair-trade cocoa and first rate vanilla beans.

The Aphrodisiaque won the prize for highest distinction in the 2003 Popular Beer Contest for the category "Ale" during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal, a silver medal in the 2006 Popular Beer Contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal, a gold medal in the 2008 Popular Beer Contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal, and a gold medal (seventh place amongst 10 gold medal winners) at the adjudicated "MBeer" contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal in 2008.


The Aphrodite was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2003

Aphrodite Méchant (Mean Aphrodite)
Smoked hot pepper stout
8.5%


Beer brewed for Jean-François Gravel's 40th anniversary, head-brewer and owner of Dieu du Ciel!

The Mean Aphrodite was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2011

Apocalypso (Trou du Diable) (Apocalypso (Trou du Diable))
White IPA
6.5%






Apollon (Apollon)
Pale Ale
5.5%


Pale ale brewed with the "Apollo" hops variety. Instead of being dryhopped, the "Apollo" hops was used in hopback.

The Apollon was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2009

Au fil des Seiz'ons (Au fil des Seiz'ons)
Hoppy light Season beer
4.1%

On the menu today!


The Au fil des Seiz'ons was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2014

Baraque (Baraque)
American IPA
5.5%




The Baraque was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2012

Baraque ''Cask'' (Baraque ''Cask'')
American Pale Ale
5.8%




The Baraque ''Cask'' was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2011

Barbarossa (barbarossa)
roggenbier (german rye beer)
4.9%




The barbarossa was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2010

Barlowine (Barlowine)
Barley wine (collaboration with Alex Barlow)
9.8%




The Barlowine was born in our Montreal brewpub in december 2012

Basse Messe (Low mass)
Kolsch
5%


Light coloured German ale whose style was named after the city Cologn (Koln) where it was first brewed. It is a rather simple beer with lightly fruity aromas and a delicate hoppy fragrance. The beer has a pronounced malty taste with a subtle bitter aftertaste.

The Low mass was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2002

Beelzeebub (The Alchemist) (Beelzeebub (The Alchemist))
Imperial Stout
7.6%






Bière du Mai (First of May beer)
Four Conifer Beer
4.9%


« Bière du mai » is a revisited and complex version of the traditional spruce beer. It is brewed with branches of spruce, pine, cedar, and fir which bestow upon the beer their dominating aromas and flavours. This beer was given its name in reference to a Quebec tradition according to which a young man would plant, on May first, a tree in front of the house of the girl he wanted to marry to show her his love.

This beer received a special award during the 2005 Popular Beer Contest held during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The First of May beer was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2005

Bière officielle du 14e Mondial de la bière (Official beer of the 14th Mondial de)
Imperial Cream Ale
9%


The Imperial Cream Ale is not really a style unto itself. It was created by Dieu du Ciel specifically for the 14th annual Mondial beer festival in Montreal. It is actually a hybrid between an Irish Cream Ale and an Imperial Pale Ale (or Double IPA). The beer is an amber ale with strong flavours of caramel malt as well as a fruity taste typically produced with English yeast. The Imperial side of the coin makes it boldly bitter, both in aroma and taste, due in part to the dry hopping as well as the high alcohol content (9%). The presence of the alcohol, although discrete, brings out the other flavours to make it a complex and full bodied beer, without loosing any of its balance. Like a true Irish Cream Ale, it is conditioned with a mixture of nitrogen and carbon dioxide, giving it less effervescence but a smooth, long lasting head.

The Official beer of the 14th Mondial de was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2007

Bières servies de 15h à 19h30 (Beers served from 3pm to 7:30pm)

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Bières servies de 15h à 3h (Beers served from 3pm to 3am)

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Bières servies dès 20h (Beers served from 8pm)

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Blanche Cilantro (Blanche Cilantro)
Wheat beer whit fresh coriander
0%




The Blanche Cilantro was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2013

Blanche de février (February White)
Ginger wheat beer with mustard seeds
5%


Traditional Belgian wheat beer to which is added ginger and mustard seeds. This beer is brewed with the same yeast that was used to ferment the Blanche Neige, conferring it discrete cinnamon and clove flavours. It is a very refreshing beer, due especially to the addition of the mustard seeds.

The February White was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2006

Blanche de septembre (September White)
Wit (Belgium wheat beer)
5%


This traditional looking beer is actually at the intersection of a German and Belgian wheat beer. The coriander is very present at the start, followed with a tinge of citrus aromas and the smell of fresh baked bread. To the taste, the beer is mild and fruity with a delicate citrus acidity. The coriander and the ginger fill the mouth and a subtle yeast flavour is present in the aftertaste.

The September White was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Blanche du Paradis (Paradise white )
Wit (belgian wheat beer)
5.5%


Blanche du Paradis is a Belgian-style Wit brewed with coriander seeds and Curaçao orange peels, the spices traditionnally found in this classic style. Unfiltered and containing almost as much raw wheat as malted barley, it presents a veil of yeast and proteins giving this style its "Blanche" name. Round and light at the same time, it exhales fresh baked bread aromas, and reveals spices and citrus flavours, accompanied by subtle notes of acidity coming from the wheat.

This beer won the prize for highest distinction in the 2002 Popular Beer Contest for the category "Belgian style" during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The Paradise white was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 1999

Blanche Neige (Snow white)
Cinnamon and clove wit beer
8.3%


Brewed only once a year to keep you warm during the cold winter months, the Blanche Neige (« Snow white ») isn’t your typical wheat beer. Firstly, the level of alochol is surprising and is perceived rapidly both in the bouquet and in the mouth. The spices come through immediately, giving very little room for the usual wheat beer aromas (coriander and curaçao). Cinnamon and clove dominate and the flavours are generously well-rounded thanks no doubt to residual sugars. It is therefore a very sweet beer that is best appreciated slowly.

The Snow white was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2001

Blanche Van de Plateau (Blanche Van de Plateau )
Old time Blanche
4%




The Blanche Van de Plateau was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2012

Blind Dattes (Blind Dattes)
Abbaye style with dates
8.8%




The Blind Dattes was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2011

Brasserie de la Senne-Taras Boulba (Brewery De la Senne-Taras Boulba)
Light Belgium Blond beer
4.5%






Brasserie de Ranke-XX Bitter (Brewery de Rank-XX Bitter)
Belgium IPA
6.2%






Brise-Glace (Ice breaker)
wheat beer made with ice cider wort
8.5%




The Ice breaker was born in our Montreal brewpub in april 13

Cascade Blanche (Cascade Blanche)
Belgium wit beer with Cascade hop
6%

On the menu today!


The Cascade Blanche was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2014

Caserne 30 (Fire house 30)
Smoked weizen
5%




The Fire house 30 was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2010

Castelneau (Castelneau)
Northern Brown Ale
4%




The Castelneau was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2014

Chaman (Chaman)
Imperial Pale Ale
9%

On the menu today!
This beer style was created in the late 1990’s by some breweries on the west coast of the United States, and most notably by Rogue. It’s an extreme version of the American IPA. It’s a beer with strong amber hues and dominating hop flavours and tastes. It is however well balanced through the presence of a combination of malts. This beer is usually dry hopped, a tradition that is adhered to by Dieu du Ciel!. The bouquet of the beer consists of floral hops. In the mouth, the bitterness is quite strong, without being extreme, and the alcohol makes its presence known, without being domineering. The aftertaste is dry and less syrupy than a barley wine. Thus, it is a very complex and bitter beer, but always well balanced.

The Chaman was brewed for the first time with the name “Mondix Ale” as the official beer of the 10th annual Mondial beer festival in Montreal.


The Chaman was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2002

Chaman 'Cask' (Chaman)
Imperial pale ale
8%




The Chaman was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2002

Chancelière (Chancellor)
Vienna Lager
5%


Amber lager with complex malt and floral hop aromas. It is a full-bodied beer with subtle caramel tastes. The noble hops used to brew this beer bring about a delicate bitterness.

The Chancellor was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2003

Charbonnière (Coalwoman)
Rauchbier (smoked ale)
5.4%


Brewed in the tradition of the smoked ales of Bamberg (Germany), this amber ale has delicate malty and smoky aromas. It is full-bodied, malty and slightly sweet to the taste, and the smoky flavour is fully expressed with every draught. An original and distinctive beer, La Charbonnière is a house specialty. It is very much appreciated by beer enthusiasts who happily discover a type of beer that is rarely available on the market.

The Coalwoman was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 1999

Chemin de Croix (Chemin de croix )
Old Style India Porter
7.5%

On the menu today!


The Chemin de croix was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2012

Chez Suzanne (Chez Suzanne)
Rhubarb sout
7%




The Chez Suzanne was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2014

CID Rosé (Les Vergers de la Colline) (CID Rose)
Cider
6.5%


Raspberry pink bubbles form a tiny non-persistent froth that reveals their finesse. Delicate scents of rose petals, cherries and strawberries pleasantly tease your nose. Dry and quite sparkling, it then unveils notes of cherry pie, red currants and blackberries. Les Vergers de la Colline developed a exclusive technique where crab apple skins undergo maceration with apple juice for a while before the fermentation process begins. High quality nectar gifted with that particular “sunshiny” taste that will seduce just about everyone.



Cidre Houblon Api-Hop 500ml (Cider Api-Hop 500ml )
Cider
7%






Ciel étoilé (Starry sky)
Nutmeg and Aniseed Red Ale
5%


The Ciel Étoilé is a well balanced and refreshing beer with a strong aniseed flavour.

The Starry sky was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2004

Clef des champs (Key to liberty)
Rye ale with scottish herbs
5%


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.

The Key to liberty was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2000

Clef des champs "CASK" (Clef des champs "CASK")
Rye ale with scottish herbs
5%


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.

The Clef des champs "CASK" was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2000

Corne du diable (Horn of the devil )
IPA
6.5%

On the menu today!
Corne du diable (which translates as "Horn of the devil") is a contemporary interpretation of the classic English India Pale Ale. This new style, born on the west coast of North America, is characterized by stronger and hoppier beers. The result is a red ale expressing caramel flavours coming from the malt, sharp bitterness and powerful hop aromas, thanks to dry hopping

The Horn of the devil was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2004
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Corne du diable 'Cask' (Horn of the devil)
American IPA
6.5%


The Corne du Diable is a contemporary adaptation of the original English Pale Ales. This interpretation of the style, born on the North American west coast, is caracterised by stronger and much hoppier beers. The result is a caramel flavoured, full-bodied red ale, with sharp bitterness and powerful aromas thanks to our dry hopping technique.

The Horn of the devil was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2004

Cornemuse (Bagpipes)
Scotch Ale
8%


This is a full-bodied strong beer with a caramel and alcohol bouquet. This beer has an intense malt character and strong caramel flavours due to prolonged boiling during the brewing process. Butter flavours can also be found in the beer. The hops discretely shine through the sweetness and the alcohol, just enough to balance the strong malt presence. Subtle roasted and sweet flavours pull through in the aftertaste.

The Bagpipes was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Corpus christi (Corpus christi)
Rye Pale Ale
5%

On the menu today!
A revisited English Pale Ale! This is an exact replica of the traditional style, except for the addition of a large quantity of rye. The rye brings about an interesting spicy flavour as well as a silky texture. The bitterness is relatively mild. This beer was first brewed to celebrate Dieu du Ciel’s 7th anniversary.

The Corpus christi was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2005

Corpus christi 'Cask' (Corpus christi)
Rye Pale Ale
5%


A revisited English Pale Ale! This is an exact replica of the traditional style, except for the addition of a large quantity of rye. The rye brings about an interesting spicy flavour as well as a silky texture. The bitterness is relatively mild. This beer was first brewed to celebrate Dieu du Ciel’s 7th anniversary.

The Corpus christi was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2005

Cousteau (Cousteau )
Pale ale simple malt simple hop (calypso)
5.8%




The Cousteau was born in our Montreal brewpub in june 2011

Danse Macabre (Macabre Dance)
Dubel
7.5%


Brown ale inspired by the beer brewed by Belgian Trappist monks. Very little bitterness, this beer has malty and sweet flavours, mixed with the taste of chocolate and caramel. It presents complex red fruit and spice flavours due to the type of yeast that is used during the brewing process.



The Macabre Dance was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 1999

De la Senne-Taras Boulba (De la Senne-Zinnebir0)
Light Belgium Blond beer
4.5%






De Ranke-Guldenberg (De Ranke-Guldenberg)
Triple
8.5%






De Ranke-Saison de Dottignies (De Ranke-Saison de Dottignies0)
Saison
5.5%






Décibel (Décibel)
extra pale ale
4.6%




The Décibel was born in our Montreal brewpub in may 2010

Decibel "Cask" (Decibel ''Cask'')
Extra pale ale
4.5%






Déesse nocturne (Night goddess)
Stout
5%

On the menu today!
This black ale has an intense roasted aroma with a hint of chocolate. To taste, it has a nice hoppy bitterness and roasted coffee flavours. It is a dry beer, presenting little sweetness. Its colour may intimidate, but it is an easy drinking beer as long as one enjoys roasted flavours. This beer is pressurized with nitrogen, therefore giving it little effervescence but a compact and durable head.

The Night goddess was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 1999

Déesse nocturne " Cask" (Night godness)
Stout
5%


This black ale has an intense roasted aroma with a hint of chocolate. To taste, it has a nice hoppy bitterness and roasted coffee flavours. It is a dry beer, presenting little sweetness. Its colour may intimidate, but it is an easy drinking beer as long as one enjoys roasted flavours.

The Night godness was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2009

Dernière Volonté (Last will)
Belgium IPA
6.5%


The Dernière Volonté is a mix of both Belgian and English brewing traditions. The complex aromas are those of flower esters and alcohol, mixed with fruity and lightly malted fragrances, and completed by a strong hoppy bouquet. The first draught lets you discover a mild-bodied beer with both spicy and fruity flavours and a hint of alcohol. The aftertaste is commandeered by a strong hoppy taste.

Men have invented the honour of dying because it allows them to kill in peace". (Claire Martin, Les Morts)


The Last will was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2004
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Des Guarrigues-Vidourlator (Des Guarrigues-Vidourlator)
Strong hoppy Lager
10%






Disco soleil ''Cask'' (Disco soleil ''Cask'')
Kumquats IPA
7%






Disco Soleil bouteille 341 ml (Disco soleil 341ml bottle)
Kumquats IPA
8.2%




The Disco soleil 341ml bottle was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2013

Disco Soleil   (Disco Soleil )
Kumquats's IPA
6.5%

On the menu today!


The Disco Soleil was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2014

Divine Comédie (collabo Trou du Diable, Shawinigan) (Divine Comédie (collabo with Trou du Diable, Shawinigan))
Wit Pils
5.4%




The Divine Comédie (collabo with Trou du Diable, Shawinigan) was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2014

Double Blanche ( Le Naufrageur ) (Double White)

9.2%






Double Triple (Double Triple)
Strong belgian ale
11.5%


The Double Triple is our "New World" interpretation of the Tripel, a classic abbey-style belgian ale. It is indeed a trend in North America to bring certain styles of beer to their extreme, and tag them as "Double", everything in this beer being exagerated (mostly bitterness and alcohol) when compared to the original style.

In Dieu du Ciel's Double Triple, the beer is very strong and the presence of alcohol is evident in the smell as well as in the taste of the beer. Pronounced hops aromas are also present, due to dry hopping. The whole is completed and well balanced by a strong bitterness, the usual spicy and fruity aromas of a Tripel, good malt body and and a lightly sweet finishing touch.

This beer was specially brewed for the 15th anniversary of the Mondial de la bière of Montreal.


The Double Triple was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2008

Ect R'Hop & Malt Pouding (Ect R'Hop & Malt Pouding)
IPA 13 cereals and 14 hops
5.3%




The Ect R'Hop & Malt Pouding was born in our Montreal brewpub in april 13

Edimbourg Hotel (Edimbourg Hotel)
Scottish oat ale
5%


Brewed in the tradition of Scotch Ales, this beer has similar flavours characteristic of this style, all the while being lighter and less strong in alcohol. The oats give the beer complexity and a characteristic cereal taste.

The Edimbourg Hotel was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2004

El Dorado (El Dorado)
Spelt beer brewed with El Dorado hop
5.1%




The El Dorado was born in our Montreal brewpub in July 2014

Élixir céleste (Celestial elixir)
Bohemian pilsner
5%


Golden coloured lager with a head as white as snow. This beer has complex malt and hop flower aromas. It is full-bodied and the aftertaste is smooth and malty with a touch of sulphur. The noble hops used in this beer bring about a sharp but delicate bitterness.

This beer won the prize for highest distinction in the 2004 Popular Beer Contest for the category "Lager" during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The Celestial elixir was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2000

Equinoxe d'automne (Fall equinox)
Strong smoked lager (Rauchbock)
7.5%


This typical automn beer is brewed with beech smoked malt. Because it is fermented with lager style yeast, this beer offers very little in the way of fruity esters, leaving the way clear for the smoky alcohol flavours. To the taste, it is relatively full-bodied and sweet, with a nice malty flavour.

The Fall equinox was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2001

Equinoxe du printemps vieilli 6 mois en fût de bourbon (Spring equinox aged 6 months in bourbon barrel)
Maple scotch ale
8%


A variant of the Cornemuse, the Équinoxe du Printemps offers a melody of caramel and maple. At the first draught, the mouth is overcome by woody, malty flavours, sustained by a discrete symphony of sweetness. The aftertaste brings about the warmth of alcohol and flavours of maple toffee. Very well balanced, this beer will surprise even the most experienced beer enthusiasts. The maple taste is sufficiently present to be appreciated, but never overwhelming the traditional flavours of a Scotch Ale.

Équinoxe du printemps is brewed only once a year, in January. It is aged for two months in order to attain a perfect balance in taste. Then it is sold starting March 21st, and is available only while stocks last!


The Spring equinox aged 6 months in bourbon barrel was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 1999

Été indien (Indian summer)
Berliner weiss
5%


German inspired sour wheat beer. The sourness, which is quite obvious and dominant in this beer, is obtained by letting the unboiled wort go sour for several days. The end result is a refreshing beer where the sourness is the domineering flavour. This beer is only available once a year in very limited quantities on our anniversary day in September.

The Indian summer was born in our Montreal brewpub in July 2003

Étoile du Nord (Brasserie Thiriez) (Étoile du Nord (Brasserie Thiriez))
Hoppy Blond
5.5%






Exorciste (Exorciste)
Sour wheat beer of mix fermentation
5%




The Exorciste was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2012

Exorciste bouteille 750 ml (Exorciste)
Sour wheat beer of mix fermentation
5%




The Exorciste was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2012

Flames (Flames)
Rauch Dopple Bock
7.2%




The Flames was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2014

Fleurac-Quadruple Noire Amarillo (Fleurac-Quadruple Noire Amarillo)

11.5%






Fleurac-Triple ambrée (Fleurac-Triple ambrée)

8%






Fleurac-Triple brune IPA (Fleurac-Triple brune IPA)

8%






Fumée de chanvre (Hemp smoke)
Smoked hemp beer
5%


This original beer presents flavours similar to the Fumisterie, but is augmented by the taste of wood smoked malt.

The Hemp smoke was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2000

Fumisterie (Smoke screen)
Hemp beer
5.5%


The Fumisterie is a beer that sits at the intersection of an English and German ale. It is full-bodied, malty and has a slight caramel flavour. The organic hemp seeds incorporated during the brewing process give it a unique and original taste. The hop flavour comes through delicately in the after taste. The Fumisterie, which loosely translates as “smoke screen”, was given its name in reaction to laws – created under false pretext – that prohibit hemp crops, a beneficial plant with multiple ecological uses.

The Smoke screen was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 1999
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Gaélique (Gaelic)
Irish Cream Ale
5%

On the menu today!
This is an amber ale with a creamy white head. It has a full-bodied taste, without any heaviness. The first draught brings about malty and roasted malt flavours. The aftertaste is of caramel and slight bitterness. Pressurized with nitrogen, like a stout, it is a simply refreshing beer, but full of taste.

The Gaelic was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 1999

Gospel (Gospel)
Oat Stout
6%




The Gospel was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2014

Gospel Cask (Gospel Cask)
Oat Stout
6%




The Gospel Cask was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2014

Grand'Messe (Sunday mass)
Alt
5.4%


The Alt is a classic German ale from the Dusseldorf region. It has dark copper colours which can be reminiscent of English Pale Ales. By using a different type of yeast, the aromas are less fruity and more neutral than a pale ale. The use of different types of malt also gives the beer a less caramel flavour than the English ales. To taste, the beer is mildly bitter and has fresh cereal flavours.

The Sunday mass was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 1998

Grande noirceur (Grande Noirceur)
Imperial Stout
9%


The Grande Noirceur (Great Darkness) is a dense black beer with robust roasted flavours. Its imposing bitter¬ness is balanced by the presence of complex malted, caramel notes. It takes its name from the conservative policies of mid-century Quebec. The Grande Noirceur was born at our Montreal brewpub in March of 2004.

The Grande Noirceur was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2004

Heady Topper (The Alchemist) (Heady Topper (The Alchemist))
Double IPA
8%






Heavenly Feijoa 660ml (Collabo New Belgium, Colorado) (Heavenly Feijoa 660ml(Collabo New Belgium, Colorado))
Trippel belgian style beer with hibiscus flowers and feijoas
9.4%


Heavenly Feijoa Tripel combines Dieu du Ciel!’s love of hibiscus flowers with New Belgium’s passion for strange and worldly fruit. Feijoa, also known as pineapple guava, has a sweet, aromatic flavor, which makes the aroma of Heavenly Feijoa Tripel luscious and tropical. The beer has Belgian yeast and Nelson Sauvin hops, combining to make a sweet fruit taste, mild spicy tones and a sharp bite. Hibiscus adds a cranberry tartness and an ambrosial quality to the color.

The Heavenly Feijoa 660ml(Collabo New Belgium, Colorado) was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2013

Hélium (Helium)
Helles
5%




The Helium was born in our Montreal brewpub in june 2011

Hélium (non-filtrée) (Helium)
Munich Helles Lager not filtrated
5%




The Helium was born in our Montreal brewpub in june 2011

Hemelse God ( collaboration New Belgium Brewery, Colorado) (Hemelse God)
Sour Ale with brettamonyces and Shezuan pepper
6.5%




The Hemelse God was born in our Montreal brewpub in July 2012

Herbe à détourne (herbe à détourne)
tripel New World with citra hop
10.2%




The herbe à détourne was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2010

Hérétique aux mûres (0)
Blackberry Wheat beer with Brettanomyces
7%




The 0 was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 10

Histoire d'un soir (One night stand)
German Pils
5%




The One night stand was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2014

Hors Saison (Out of season)
Rye Saison
6.9%


Brewed in the Saison style (see the description for the Saison St-Louis), rye is added during the brewing process. The rye brings about a slightly spicy flavour which is not present in the Saison St-Louis. The Hors Saison’s name comes from the fact that it is brewed in winter and with rye, a cereal rarely used in the making of this beer style.

The Out of season was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2006

Immoralité (Immorality)
Imperial IPA 16th anniversary
8.3%




The Immorality was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2014

Imperial du 3 ième (Dunham) (Imperial du 3 ième (Dunham))
Imperial IPA brewed with Rakau & Citra Hops
8.5%






Imposture (Imposture)
Buckwheat weiss
5%


The imposture was the result of an experiment by the brewer in which he brewed a Weizen type beer and added buckwheat instead of wheat. The resulting beer has the characteristic flavours of Weizens (due to the use of a particular yeast), but it is dryer and darker in colour.

The Imposture was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2003

Isseki nicho (Isseki nicho )
Impérial dark saison
9.5%


Special collaboration between Dieu du Ciel and Shiga Kougen, a Japanese brewery located in Nagano. Hybrid of an imperial stout and a Belgian saison, its color is dark black. Strong bitterness and roasted malt flavours come in first, and are well balanced by a strong alcohol level. Dry and complex finishing provided by the saison yeast.

The Isseki nicho was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2012

Kissmeyer (Kissmeyer)
Smoke baltic porter
7.3%




The Kissmeyer was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2012

Konigsberg (Konigsberg)
Kellerbier
5.5%


Not very well known in America, Kellerbiers are very popular in Bavaria. Kellerbier, which means cellar beer in German, is a cask conditioned unfiltered lager. There is therefore very little effervescence and it is served by gravity, similar to the cask conditioned English ales.

The Königsberg (which means King’s mountain or Mont Royal) is an amber beer, slightly cloudy, with malt and floral hop aromas. To the taste, the malt and roasted cereal flavours come through along with a sharp bitterness that is not overpowering. Konigsberg was brewed for the first time as the official beer of the 13th Mondial beer festival in Montreal.


The Konigsberg was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2006

L'Arche du Chinook et au-dessus la Galaxie 'Cask' (Chinook Arch and over the galaxy 'Cask')
IPA brewed with chinook and Galaxy hops
6.5%




The Chinook Arch and over the galaxy 'Cask' was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2014

L'temps des pommes (Apple season)
Belgian-style wit brewed with apples
5.5%


Classic Belgian-style Wit to which a mix of 3 varieties of fresh squeezed and unfiltered apple juice is added at the end of the fermentation. The apples come from the orchard of one of our manager, Etienne Tremblay, that is located in Rougemont. As tough the apple taste remains subtle, the apples bring a surprising freshness to the beer. It results in a fruity, lighlty acidic beer with very low bitterness, perfect for those beautiful Fall days.

The Apple season was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2008

La McTavish (La McTavish)
American pale ale
0%






La Pitoune (Trou du Diable, Shawinigan) (La Pitoune (Trou du Diable, Shawinigan))
pilsner
5%






La Rouge Flamande(Brasserie Thiriez) (La Rouge Flamande (Brasserie Thiriez))
Unfiltered beer on lees
5.8%






La Véronique (La Véronique)
California Common Lager
4.2%


Collaboration between the breweries Dieu du Ciel, Trou du Diable and Paradis(France)

The La Véronique was born in our Montreal brewpub in July 2014

Lambec aux cerises (Cherry Lambec)
Spontaneously fermented beer (in bottle)
6%






Lambec aux framboises (Raspberry Lambec)
Spontaneously fermented beer (in bottle)
6%






Lambec pure (Pure Lambec)
Spontaneously fermented beer (in bottle)
6%




The Pure Lambec was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2004

Lambic, Brasserie Cantillon (Lambic, Brasserie Cantillon)

5%






Lanterne rouge (Lanterne Rouge)
Light Red Ale
3.5%




The Lanterne Rouge was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2014

Lanterne rouge ''Cask'' (Lanterne Rouge ''Cask'')
Light Red Ale
3.5%




The Lanterne Rouge ''Cask'' was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2014

Le P'tit Blanc (Le P'tit Blanc )
wheat beer with juniper berries and lime
4.5%




The Le P'tit Blanc was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2014

Les Limbes (Trou du Diable-Dieu du Ciel!)750 ml ( Limbo  (Trou du Diable-Dieu du Ciel!)750 ml)
Flanders red ale
9%




The Limbo  (Trou du Diable-Dieu du Ciel!)750 ml was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2014

Les Limbes(Collabo Trou du Diable, Shawinigan) (Les Limbes(Collab. Trou du diable, Shawinigan))
Flanders Red
6.5%






Libre échange ()
Foreign Export Stout
6.9%




The was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2011

Libre échange Cask (Libre échange Cask)
Foreign export stout
6.5%






Mc Tavish ( Trou du Diable) (Mc Tavish)
American pale ale
5%






Mea Culpa (Mea Culpa)
India Cream Ale
6%


This is a cross between an Indian Pale Ale and an Irish Cream Ale. It is therefore an amber ale with malt-caramel and fruity flavours, the latter being a by-product of the English style yeast used during the brewing process. The beer has a mild hoppy flavour as well as a discrete alcohol taste. Overall, the beer is complex and full-bodied and wonderfully balanced. The beer, as in the Irish Cream Ale tradition, is pressurized with a mixture of nitrogen and carbon dioxide, resulting in a less effervescent beer, but with a rich, creamy head.

The Mea Culpa was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2007

Mea Culpa "Cask" ()
India cream ale
6%


This is a cross between an Indian Pale Ale and an Irish Cream Ale. It is therefore an amber ale with malt-caramel and fruity flavours, the latter being a by-product of the English style yeast used during the brewing process. The beer has a mild hoppy flavour as well as a discrete alcohol taste. Overall, the beer is complex and full-bodied and wonderfully balanced. The beer, as in the Irish Cream Ale tradition, is pressurized with a mixture of nitrogen and carbon dioxide, resulting in a less effervescent beer, but with a rich, creamy head.

The was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2007

Mea Maxima Culpa (Mea Maxima Culpa)
Imperial India Cream Ale
8%






Mild End ()
Mild
3.8%

On the menu today!
Amber ale in the most authentic English tradition. This light beer with a very low alcohol content has fruity flavours, with a touch of caramel and bitterness. A perfect beer to accompany long evenings spent in deep conversation. This beer is named after the neighbourhood in which the brewpub is located, the Mile-End.

The was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2002

Mild End 'Cask' ()
Mild
5.5%


This mahogany coloured beer has a caramel malt bouquet accompanied by the light aroma of hops. The caramel malt taste sails wonderfully into the mouth alongside a fruity taste brought about by a trio of hops.

The was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

MonKriek (MonKriek)
Cherry oud bruin
5%


The beer as we know it today only dates back a little over 125 years. Pasteur demonstrated in 1876 the mechanism of fermentation. In 1886, Hensen isolated for the first time a pure strain of yeast. Before this time, fermentation was misunderstood and brewing was an empirical process. The beer had many characteristics, which in our day, would be looked upon as flaws. One of these flaws was the presence of acidity or sourness in the beer, especially the ones that had aged.

It is in western Flanders, Belgium, where they brew to this day a beer with those characteristics: the Oud Bruid (old brown). This red beer with a fruity bouquet has a very poignant sour flavour. These beers come from a mixed fermentation where the starter culture is made up of both yeast and bacteria. If the yeast produces alcohol, then the bacteria produce lactic acid which gives the beer its refreshing taste.

Germany has banned the beer through their purity law, but Belgians have a tradition of fruit beers, especially those made with cherries and raspberries. The aromas and acidity of these fruit harmonize perfectly with sour beers like the oud bruin or the lambic.

The MonKriek is a ruby red beer with a red fruit bouquet. To the taste, is full-bodied with hints of caramel and fruit. The sourness of the beer harmonizes with the cherry to produce red wine characteristics. This beer is made with genuine sour cherries macerated in the beer to produce a secondary fermentation. No artificial or natural aromas or flavours are added. The goal is not to make a fruity alcohol drink, but to harmonize the intrinsic qualities of a complex beer with those of the cherries.

The Monkriek was the official beer of the 11th Mondial beer festival in Montreal.


The MonKriek was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2004

Montée de sève (Sap rising)
Maple smoked porter
8.5%


This porter was brewed with smoked malt from Germany, and maple syrup was added during the brewing process.

The Sap rising was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 09

Moralité (Morality )
American IPA
6.5%

On the menu today!


The Morality was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2012

Moralité Simcoe''Cask'' (Morality Simcoe"cask")
American IPA
6.5%


This Cask version was dried-up with Simcoe



Morning Wood (Cheval Blanc) (Morning Wood (Cheval Blanc))
Indian Brown Ale with simcoe hop + +
6.7%






Mosaika (Mosaika )
Pale ale with mosaic hops
5.5%




The Mosaika was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2013

Mosaika ''Cask'' (Mosaika ''Cask'')
Pale ale with mosaic hops
5.5%




The Mosaika ''Cask'' was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2013

My Bitter Wife (Great Lakes) (My Bitter Wife (Great Lakes))
American IPA
6.5%






Nativité blonde (Blond nativity)
Weizen (German wheat beer)
5%


Brewed with malted wheat, this golden coloured effervescent beer has a thick, compact head which sticks to the glass. The aromas are those of clove, banana and fresh baked bread. The bitterness is quite subtle, resulting in a beer that is smooth and fruity with a touch of acidity in the aftertaste.

The Blond nativity was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 1998

Nativité Hoplosion (Nativité Hoplosion )
weizen with hops
6.9%




The Nativité Hoplosion was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2013

Nativité Noire (Black Nativity)
Schwartz weizen
5.3%




The Black Nativity was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2012

Nativité rousse (Red nativity)
Dunkel weizen (red german wheat beer)
5%


A red beer with a dense head, the Nativité Rousse offers aromas of lightly roasted wheat and a touch of clove. It is full-bodied with a trace of sweetness and balanced with a touch of acidity. The bitterness of the hops makes its presence felt subtly in the aftertaste.

The Red nativity was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 1999

Nativitor (Nativitor)
WeizenBock
7.9%




The Nativitor was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2011

Neuvaine (Novena)
Absinth beer
8%


Neuvaine is a very special beer created to highlight the pronounced bitterness of absinth. It is amber in color, lightly sweet and with just a hint of hops. However, the absinth (we're talking here about the plant, and not the liquor!) added during the boil brings an extreme bitterness to the beer. Fennel was also added to tentatively balance the flavours, and also to recall the mythic liquor made with absinth. Neuvaine is without a doubt the most bitter beer we ever brewed!

Neuvaine was specially brewed to celebrate the 9th anniversary of Dieu du Ciel!


The Novena was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2007

Noces de soie (Noces de soie)
Saison with sansyou peppercorn and yuzu
7%




The Noces de soie was born in our Montreal brewpub in september 2010

Ochamena Bi-Ru (Ochamena Bi-Ru)
Buckwheat beer whit japanese thea
5%




The Ochamena Bi-Ru was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 09

Oie Blanche ( Microbrasserie des Beaux-Prés) (Oie Blancje)
heffeweizen
5.1%






Otsukara sama (Ostukare sama)
Sour wheat beer with plum and japanese herbs
6%




The Ostukare sama was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2011 september

Ovation (Ovation)
Bravo pale ale
5%


Pale ale brewed with the "Bravo" hops variety. Instead of being dry hopped, "Bravo" was used in hopback.

The Ovation was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 2009

Paienne (Pagan )
Blond ale
5%


Paienne is a top-fermenting June straw blond coloured beer. It presents aromas of malt, fruits and hops. Its well-balanced flavours are dominated by malty and fresh cereals tastes, completed by a delicate bitterness. All of this makes the Paienne an inviting and thirst-quenching beer offering at the same time satisfying tastes and a generous body.

The Pagan was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Paienne Citra CASK (Pagan Citra CASK)
Blond ale with citra hops
5%




The Pagan Citra CASK was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2012

Pale Ale expérimentale no. 2 (Experiment Pale Ale no. 2)
100% american hops
5.6%




The Experiment Pale Ale no. 2 was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2013

Pale Ale expérimentale  no. 1 "Cask" (Experiment Pale Ale no. 1 "Cask")
100% american hops
5.9%




The Experiment Pale Ale no. 1 "Cask" was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2013

Péché Bourbon vieilli 3 ans en fut de bourbon (Péché Bourbon aged 3 year in Bourbon barrels )

9.5%




The Péché Bourbon aged 3 year in Bourbon barrels was born in our Montreal brewpub in november 2011

Péché Mortel (Péché Mortel)
Imperial coffee stout
9.5%


The Péché Mortel is an intensely black and dense beer with very pronounced roasted flavours. Fair-trade coffee is infused during the brewing process, helping to intensify the bitterness of the beer and giving it a powerful coffee taste. Brewed to be savoured, we invite you to drink it with moderation.

This stout style, high in alcohol and bitterness in order to favour preservation, was originally brewed to support the long and arduous voyage necessary to export the beer from England to Russia. The word Imperial comes from the fact that the beer was specially brewed for the Russian tsar’s court.

This beer received a special award during the 2005 Popular Beer Contest held during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The Péché Mortel was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2001
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Péché Mortel 11 ième anniversaire (Mortal Sin 11th anniversary)
Imperial coffee stout
9.8%




The Mortal Sin 11th anniversary was born in our Montreal brewpub in december 2010

Péché Mortel CO2 2011 (Mortal Sin CO2 2011)
Imperial coffee stout
10%




The Mortal Sin CO2 2011 was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2011

Péché Mortel Extra Café ''CASK'' (Mortal Sin Xtra coffee''CASK'')
Imperial coffee stout extra coffee
9.5%


The Péché Mortel is an intensely black and dense beer with very pronounced roasted flavours. Fair-trade coffee is infused during the brewing process, helping to intensify the bitterness of the beer and giving it a powerful coffee taste. Brewed to be savoured, we invite you to drink it with moderation.

This stout style, high in alcohol and bitterness in order to favour preservation, was originally brewed to support the long and arduous voyage necessary to export the beer from England to Russia. The word Imperial comes from the fact that the beer was specially brewed for the Russian tsar’s court.

This beer received a special award during the 2005 Popular Beer Contest held during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The Mortal Sin Xtra coffee''CASK'' was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2004

Pee Wee (Pee Wee)
Light Pale Ale
4.3%

On the menu today!


The Pee Wee was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2012

Pee Wee ''Cask'' ( Pee Wee ''Cask'')
Light pale ale
4.5%




The Pee Wee ''Cask'' was born in our Montreal brewpub in april 2012

Pénombre (Half-light)
Black IPA
6%


Again, an american invention. This style was born at the "Vermont pub and brewery" around 1997. It could be said that this beer tries to be an hybrid between a regular IPA and a porter. The Pénombre presents a light body and well expressed tofferaction tastes. The whole is however dominated by an evident bitterness, which stays always in balance with the other tates found in the beer. In the after taste, the bitterness and hops flavours are growing slowly dut surely, sip after sip.

The Half-light was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2008

Pénombre "Cask" (Semidarkness)
Black IPA
6%


Again, an american invention. This style was born at the "Vermont pub and brewery" around 1997. It could be said that this beer tries to be an hybrid between a regular IPA and a porter. The Pénombre presents a light body and well expressed tofferaction tastes. The whole is however dominated by an evident bitterness, which stays always in balance with the other tates found in the beer. In the after taste, the bitterness and hops flavours are growing slowly dut surely, sip after sip.

The Semidarkness was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2008

Petite buteuse (Trou du diable) (Petite buteuse(Trou du diable))
Belgium blond
6%






Pionnière ( Pioneer)
Imperial Black IPA
9.5%




The Pioneer was born in our Montreal brewpub in Dcember 15 2009

Piri Piri pis Rye IPA (Micro du Lac St-Jean) (Piri Piri pis Rye IPA (Micro du Lac St-Jean))
Rye IPA et piri piri pepper
6.5%






Pouliche ( Collaboration Brasserie Cheval Blanc,Montréal) (Pouliche)
half sour black beer aged in barrels
6.5%




The Pouliche was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2012

Première Communion (First communion)
Scottish Ale
4%


The Première Communion is the little sister of and an introduction to the Scotch Ale. With less alcohol and somewhat thinner than a Scotch Ale, it nevertheless has the same flavours, but in lesser intensity.

The First communion was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2002

Première neige (First snow)
Aniseed and nutmeg wit
5%




The First snow was born in our Montreal brewpub in November 2002

Quintessence (Quintessence)
Strong english beer
10.5%


A very strong beer brewed only once in honour of Dieu du Ciel’s 5th anniversary. It's a scotcha le and barley wine hybrid. Brewed in part with English smoked malt (smoked with peat moss), this beer was aged for several months in oak barrels previously used for the maturation of maple sap liquor produced by Domaine Acer. To the taste, it has a strong alcohol flavour rounded out with subtle fragrances of red fruit, caramel, smoke, maple, vanilla and oak. Since its production, this beer never ceases to amaze with its infallible capacity to age gracefully.

The Quintessence was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2003

Quintessence XV (Quintessence XV)
English strong beer aged in oak barrels
9.9%




The Quintessence XV was born in our Montreal brewpub in January 2003

Ranger IPA(New Belgium, Colorado) (Ranger IPA(New Belgium, Colorado))
IPA
6.5%






Rendez-vous Nordique (Rendez-vous Nordique)
Season with chicoutai and bayberry balsam
6.6%




The Rendez-vous Nordique was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2014

Rescousse (Rescue)
Alt Bier
5%


The Rescue is a refreshing and unique altbier. The bold presence of malt conjurs toasted aromas, with a hoppy finish that tickles the tongue. The Dieu Du Ciel! brewery donates a percentage of the revenue generated by sales to "La Fondation De La Faune Du Québec", an organization dedicated to protecting Quebec's wildlife, as a means of coming to the rescue of endangered species in the province.

The Rescue was born in our Montreal brewpub in December 2010

Résurrection (Resurrection)
Porter
5.2%


As black as ebony, the porter is the ancestor of the stout. The beer has a certain dryness which is reminiscent of dark chocolate. Unlike the stout, the porter is not pressurized with nitrogen. The roasted flavours are in harmony with the malt, caramel, and fruity tastes. The distinct presence of the hops units all of these wonderful elements and gives the beer a mildly bitter taste. This is not a well known beer but it deserves to be rediscovered for its wonderful qualities and flavours which are quite distinguishable from those of a stout.

The Resurrection was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Résurrection 'Cask' (Resurrection)
Porter
5%


As black as ebony, the porter is the ancestor of the stout. The beer has a certain dryness which is reminiscent of dark chocolate. Unlike the stout, the porter is not pressurized with nitrogen. The roasted flavours are in harmony with the malt, caramel, and fruity tastes. The distinct presence of the hops units all of these wonderful elements and gives the beer a mildly bitter taste. This is not a well known beer but it deserves to be rediscovered for its wonderful qualities and flavours which are quite distinguishable from those of a stout.

The Resurrection was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Retour aux racines (Return to roots)
Authentic rootbeer
5%


This is a traditional version of a root beer. It is brewed with teaberry and vanilla, making it a very refreshing beer. Our ancestors would be jealous! The Retour aux Racines was specially brewed to celebrate the 8th anniversary of Dieu du Ciel!

The Return to roots was born in our Montreal brewpub in September 2006

Revenante (Ghost)
Smoked porter
5%


Dark to the point of being almost black, this beer has a certain dryness which is reminiscent of dark chocolate. Beyond the smoky taste, which is quite dominant, there are also flavours of malt, caramel and fruits. The hops make their presence known and unite all of the flavours to give the beer a mildly bitter taste.

The Ghost was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2000

Revenante 'Cask' (Ghost)
Smoked porter
5%


Dark to the point of being almost black, this beer has a certain dryness which is reminiscent of dark chocolate. Beyond the smoky taste, which is quite dominant, there are also flavours of malt, caramel and fruits. The hops make their presence known and unite all of the flavours to give the beer a mildly bitter taste.

The Ghost was born in our Montreal brewpub in June 2000

Rigor Mortis ABT (Rigor Mortis ABT)
Quadrupel
10.5%


Strong brown ale inspired by the beer brewed by Belgian Trappist monks. Very little bitterness, this beer has intense malty and sweet flavours, mixed with the taste of chocolate and caramel. It presents complex red fruit and spice flavours due to the type of yeast that is used during the brewing process. This beer is at its best only after it has aged for six months. The Rigor Mortis are complex beers designed and brewed with patience and care in the tradition of the great Belgian Abbey beers.

This beer won a gold medal (first place amongst 10 gold medal winners) at the adjudicated "MBeer" contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal in 2006.


The Rigor Mortis ABT was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2001

Rigor Mortis ABT 341ml (Rigor Mortis ABT)

9.5%




The Rigor Mortis ABT was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2099

Rigor Mortis ABT vieillie 2 ans 341ml (Rigor Mortis ABT aged 2 years 341 ml)
Quadrupel
11%


Strong brown ale inspired by the beer brewed by Belgian Trappist monks. Very little bitterness, this beer has intense malty and sweet flavours, mixed with the taste of chocolate and caramel. It presents complex red fruit and spice flavours due to the type of yeast that is used during the brewing process. This beer is at its best only after it has aged for six months. The Rigor Mortis are complex beers designed and brewed with patience and care in the tradition of the great Belgian Abbey beers.

This beer won a gold medal (first place amongst 10 gold medal winners) at the adjudicated "MBeer" contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal in 2006.


The Rigor Mortis ABT aged 2 years 341 ml was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2001

Rigor Mortis Blonde (Blond Rigor Mortis)
Simple Abbey Beer
6%


This monastic blond beer’s bouquet is the result of a large array of floral and alcoholic esters which are complemented by a light and delicate fragrance of malts, fruit and hops. This medium-bodied beer has a fruity and delicately sweet flavour with a hint of alcohol. The aftertaste is a discrete display of hoppy bitterness. The Rigor Mortis are complex beers designed and brewed with patience and care in the tradition of the great Belgian Abbey beers.

The Blond Rigor Mortis was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2001

Rigor Mortis de table (Rigor Mortis de table)

8%






Rigor Mortis Double (Rigor Mortis Double)
Dubbel
7.5%


Rigor Mortis Double is a brown ale inspired from the classic Dubbel style brewed by Trappist monks. Containing very little hops, this beer presents almost no bitterness but instead malty, sweet, chocolate and caramel flavors. Coming from the yeast strain we use, complex red fruits and spices flavors are also found in the beer.

The Rigor Mortis Double was born in our Montreal brewpub in March 1999

Rigor Mortis Triple (Rigor Mortis Triple)
Tripel
9%

On the menu today!
Blond like a ray of sunlight, crowned by thick foam and sustained by a pronounced effervescence, this beer is the delight of all our customers! Its bouquet is the result of a large array of floral and fruity esters which are complemented by a light and delicate fragrance of malts and hops. The first draught reveals a full-bodied beer with a malty sweetness and a warm touch of alcohol. A hint of acidity is discovered in the aftertaste, but it is quickly overcome by the sharp bitterness of the hops. The Rigor Mortis are complex beers designed and brewed with patience and care in the tradition of the great Belgian Abbey beers.

The Rigor Mortis Triple was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Rigor Mortis Triple Cask (Rigor Mortis Triple Cask)
Tripel
9%


Blond like a ray of sunlight, crowned by thick foam and sustained by a pronounced effervescence, this beer is the delight of all our customers! Its bouquet is the result of a large array of floral and fruity esters which are complemented by a light and delicate fragrance of malts and hops. The first draught reveals a full-bodied beer with a malty sweetness and a warm touch of alcohol. A hint of acidity is discovered in the aftertaste, but it is quickly overcome by the sharp bitterness of the hops. The Rigor Mortis are complex beers designed and brewed with patience and care in the tradition of the great Belgian Abbey beers.

The Rigor Mortis Triple Cask was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Roman Candle (Bellwoods) (Roman Candle (Bellwoods))
Imperial IPA brewed with Columbus & Citra Hops
6.8%






Rosée d'hibiscus (Pinkish Hibiscus)
Hibiscus flower Wit
6%

On the menu today!
The Rosée d’Hibiscus is a soft spoken wheat beer. The rose colour comes from the hibiscus flowers added during the brewing process. The aromas and flavour of this tropical flower are very prominent in the beer, giving it a slight acidity and a very agreeable fragrance. It is the perfect thirst quencher on a hot summer day.

This beer won a gold medal (fifth place amongst 10 gold medal winners) at the adjudicated "MBeer" contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal in 2007, and a silver medal in the 2008 Popular Beer Contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal.


The Pinkish Hibiscus was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2006
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Route 1 (Road 1)
West Coast Pale Ale
4.8%




The Road 1 was born in our Montreal brewpub in April 2014

Route des épices (Spice route)
Peppercorn rye beer
5%


The Routes des Épices is a rye beer in which pepper has been added during the brewing process, lending it wonderful peppery flavours and aromas. The beer also reveals flavours of malt, fresh cereal, chocolate, caramel and a hint of fruit. In the aftertaste, the pepper flavour is once again revealed in full strength and it leaves a pleasing spicy tingling sensation on the tongue. A nice balance is attained between its spiciness and its multitude of other flavours.

This beer won a gold medal (second place amongst 10 gold medal winners) at the adjudicated "MBeer" contest during the Mondial de la Bière in Montréal in 2006.


The Spice route was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2002
This beer is also brewed and bottled at our St-Jérôme microbrewery

Saison du tongka (Saison du tongka)
Saison of the microbrewery Trou du diable
4.8%






Saison Mistral (Saison Mistral)
saison with rosemary
6.6%




The Saison Mistral was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2012

Saison sarrazin (Buckwheat saison)
saison
6.5%






Saison St-Louis (St-Louis Saison)
Saison
6%


The brewing of the Saison St-Louis is inspired by the beers that are brewed in the south-west of Belgium. The term “Saison” refers to a family of beers rather than a precise style. In the old days, this beer was brewed on farms where there was a brewery that served the needs of the workers and the owners. These breweries produced the Saison during the winter months so that they could drink the beer in the summer, when it was too hot to brew. To preserve the beer over several months, the beers had to be stronger in alcohol content and/or more hops were added than in other beers. The artisan or small scale production of these beers made it so that the recipes varied wildly from one brewery to another. The grain used depended on the cereals available at the farm when the beer was being brewed: barley, wheat, rye, buckwheat, or spelt. The malt drying procedures, being more archaic at the time, made for beers that were much darker than they are today. Today, these beers tend to be blond. The use of spices was left to the whim of the brewer, but they were always used in moderation, and never to override the other flavours in the beer. It used to be a top fermenting beer, where the starter culture was mixed with different strains of yeast and lactate producing bacteria. With the evolution of brewing methods and knowledge in microbiological techniques, the lactic character of the beer disappeared over time.

The Saison St-Louis is a contemporary version of the style. It is brewed with pale barley malt and a portion of raw wheat. The hoppiness of the beer comes from the use of English hops. Flavoured with coriander, it is a blond beer, very mildly acidic, of medium bitterness, full-bodied without being sweet, and has cookie and citrus flavours. This is the perfect thirst quencher after a hard day’s labour on the farm!

This beer was named after the neighbourhood in which the Dieu du Ciel brewpub is located: St-Louis du Mile-End. It was brewed for the first time with the name “Saison de la Gare” as the official beer of the 12th Mondial beer festival in Montreal.


The St-Louis Saison was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2005

shawinigan handshake (Trou du Diable) (shawinigan handshake)
hoppy strong weizen
7%






Siben Hugel cask (Siben Hugel cask)
Rauchbier
5.2%






Sieben Hugel (Sieben Hugel)
Rauch bier (smoked lager)
5%




The Sieben Hugel was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2010

Solstice d'été aux cerises (Cherry Summer solstice)
sour wheat beer with cherries
6%




The Cherry Summer solstice was born in our Montreal brewpub in june 2011

Solstice d'été aux framboises (Rasberry Summer solstice)
Sour wheat beer with fruits
6%


German inspired sour wheat beer. The obvious and domineering acidity of this beer is obtained by letting the unboiled wort go sour for several days. The Solstice d’Été is made complete by the addition, during the fermentation process, of a phenomenal quantity of whole fruit (raspberries or mangos or cherries) which compensate for the sourness of the beer. The result is a very refreshing beer where both acidity and fruity flavours dominate wholeheartedly.



The Rasberry Summer solstice was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2012

Solstice d'hiver (Winter solstice)
Barley Wine
10%


This noble winter beer is brown in colour with flaming red highlights. It has a complex aroma of fruits, alcohol and hops. Its taste is delicately sweet and liquor-like with a hint of burnt caramel. It is a very bitter beer with aromas and flavours reminiscent of red fruit. The aftertaste is accentuated by the wonderful flavour of hops.

The Solstice d’Hiver is brewed only once a year in the month of July, and is then aged for 5 to 6 months before being put on tap on the 21st of December. This aging process is necessary to achieve an ideal equilibrium between the sharp bitterness and the other flavours in the beer. Also, every year, two 50 liter kegs are put aside. One is served as of the following 21st of June, after one year of maturation, and the other is served as of the following 21st of December (a year and a half of aging) to accompany the new batch.


The Winter solstice was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2011

Solstice d'hiver vieilli 1 an en fût de Bourbon (Winter solstice aged 1 year in Bourbon barrel)
Barley wine
9%




The Winter solstice aged 1 year in Bourbon barrel was born in our Montreal brewpub in 2013

Solstice d'Hiver vieillie 1 an (Winter Solstice 1 year aged)
Barley wine
9%






Station 55 ( Microbrasserie Hopfenstark) (Station 55 ( Hopfenstark Microbrewery))
Bitter Seasonnal beer
5.5%






Ste-Flanelle (Ste-Flanelle )
Impérial pale ale
8.5%


Imperial Pale ale brewed with the "Centennial" hops variety. Instead of being dry hopped, "Centennial" was used in hopback.

The Ste-Flanelle was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 09

Sun Never sets (Collabo Dieu du Ciel! et Dogfish Head) (Sun never Sets (Collabo Dieu du Ciel! et Dogfish Head))
IPA
7.25%




The Sun never Sets (Collabo Dieu du Ciel! et Dogfish Head) was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 2013

Symbiose #3 (Symbiose #3)
Sour beer with brett aged 2 years in oak barrels
7%




The Symbiose #3 was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 2012

Symbiose #4 (Symbiose #4)

7%




The Symbiose #4 was born in our Montreal brewpub in February 2013

Symbiose no.2 (symbiose no.2)

7%




The symbiose no.2 was born in our Montreal brewpub in march 2012

Toji-Bi-ru (Toji-Bi-ru )
sour wheat beer with yuzu
5.9%




The Toji-Bi-ru was born in our Montreal brewpub in december 2011

Umami (Umami)
Morel beer
5%


The Umami is a red German beer, hardly fruity, but with lovely malt and cereal flavours complemented by a delicate bitterness. Morels, added in very large quantities in the beer, are very subtle in the bouquet and in the mouth. They bring about a mild smoky taste and surround all the other flavours in a veil of delicate sweetness, as well as giving the beer certain dryness.

The Umami (pronounced « oomamee ») is a Japanses term used to designate the fifth taste that is detected by the tongue, alongside the sweet, the salty, the sour, and the bitter. It was identified by a Japanese at the beginning of the 20th century. Umami could be translated as “delicious”. It refers to the pleasant sensation of the richness and harmony of flavours that is procured when certain foods are eaten, like fish, seafood, meat, meat stock... and mushrooms! Since morels are, in our opinion, some of the best mushrooms in the world, and since eating them procure us a sensation of well-being, no better word than “Umami” could be used to describe this beer.


The Umami was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2007

Vaisseau des Songes (Ship of dreams)
India pale ale (IPA)
6%


This style of beer was conceived by the English, during the time of colonial England, to survive the long trip overseas to India. It is a more elaborate version of the English Pale Ales, as more hops are added and the level of alcohol is increased. These two factors are important for better beer conservation. The result is a beer with sharp bitter aromas and flavours. To the taste, the bitterness is counterbalanced by the caramel malts which bring a touch of sweet maltiness to the beer.

The Ship of dreams was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 1998

Vaisseau des Songes 'Cask' (Ship of dreams)
India pale ale (IPA)
6%


This style of beer was conceived by the English, during the time of colonial England, to survive the long trip overseas to India. It is a more elaborate version of the English Pale Ales, as more hops are added and the level of alcohol is increased. These two factors are important for better beer conservation. The result is a beer with sharp bitter aromas and flavours. To the taste, the bitterness is counterbalanced by the caramel malts which bring a touch of sweet maltiness to the beer.

The Ship of dreams was born in our Montreal brewpub in October 1998

Voyageur des brumes (Fog traveler)
Extra special bitter (ESB)
5.4%


This mahogany coloured beer has a caramel malt bouquet accompanied by the light aroma of hops. The caramel malt taste sails wonderfully into the mouth alongside a fruity taste brought about by a trio of hops.

The Fog traveler was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Voyageur des Brumes "Cask" (Fog traveler)
Extra Special Bitter
5%


This mahogany coloured beer has a caramel malt bouquet accompanied by the light aroma of hops. The caramel malt taste sails wonderfully into the mouth alongside a fruity taste brought about by a trio of hops.

The Fog traveler was born in our Montreal brewpub in August 1998

Wallonade (Wallonade)
belgium blond ale
4%

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Westside ( Bar Volo) (Westside ( Bar Volo))
West Coast IPA style
6.5%






Yakima ( Le Castor) (Yakima ( Le Castor))
IPA
6.5%






Yuzu Blanche ( Yuzu White)
blanche avec agrume japonais yuzu
0%




The Yuzu White was born in our Montreal brewpub in May 2010