Voyageur Des Brumes - Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
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Ratings: 20 | Reviews: 12 | Display Reviews Only:
3.73/5 rDev +1.6%
At the brewpub. Little head yet lacey, golden yellow. Higher carbonation. Good melange of three hop varieties, a true English bitter example and smooth drinking. Good balance with caramel malts. Nice bitter aroma. Medium mouthfeel.
Fresh and Well crafted.
11-22-2007 04:07:53 | More by Sammy
3.8/5 rDev +3.5%
Dark, deep amber with a lot of cloudiness. Mild head that leaves many spots on the glass.
Deeper toastiness than the color would suggest. Light hop bitterness to the nose.
Leans to the bitter hop side. Nearly astringent from the dry hop and the lack of malt sugars. Not as unusual as some of DDC offerings but it holds its own.
Easily the most pedestrian beer from DDC.
05-18-2014 21:39:23 | More by smcolw
3.63/5 rDev -1.1%
Sampled March 8/06 off cask, on location in Montreal. First impression was this beer's dark colour, a deep brown in most angles, slightly lighter shades at others. Some medium head. Very oaky mouthfeel with moderate carbonation. Some notes of hops in the aroma and taste which added a welcomed character. Flavour was in many respects empty, lacking any solid definition and not all that tasty enough to be considered a good session. It's one area of strength was a medium-bodied bitterness, which would smack your taste buds when going down the back of your throat. Good choice of hops that left the beer with a considerable lasting finish. These guys do know hops. They know hops well. Overall however, nothing higher than average really.
10-27-2006 22:31:55 | More by biegaman
4/5 rDev +9%
On draft at the brewpub, Montreal.
Poured a medium amber hue with a one finger foamy white head. There good retention and good lacing.
The smell featured a light citrus hop and soft doughy malts.
The taste consisted of doughy malts, subtle caramel and an herbal hop.
The mouthfeel was of average fullness for the style.
Overall a very authentic cask ESB.
03-30-2009 16:20:19 | More by plaid75
4.15/5 rDev +13.1%
On tap at the brewpub.
Pours a slightly hazed copper, very thick off white head, tight bubble, nice lacing, great retention. Smell is nice, caramel and brown sugar, very malty, some floral, spicy hops, bit of grapefruit, tangy hops, very nice. Taste is similar, very malty, grains and caramel, floral and spicy hop middle, lots of fruit, some bread and grapefruit, very dry finish, solid bitterness. Mouthfeel is medium to light bodied with low to medium carbonation, very smooth and drinkable. Very enjoyable, great session beer!
03-26-2008 01:53:22 | More by Viggo
3.45/5 rDev -6%
Pint split with my girlfriend at the brewpub. From notes.
A - Poured a dark copper, hazy with a cream coloured head. Some lacing and a cap of retention.
S - Herbal and grassy, rye bread. Mild.
T - Earthy, rye bread, and caramel. A slight citrus note.
M - Medium to full body with low carbonation which seems right.
O/D - Easy to drink, smooth, balanced, but not overly complex or interesting. The citrus note is neat. Not a bad ESB, but not great.
08-11-2011 16:03:23 | More by tbeckett
4.35/5 rDev +18.5%
In English this beer is 'The Fog Drifter'. This great British-style ESB beer is a wonderful dark red/mahogany colour with a fluffy, white head. The aromas are of malts and hops and the taste is a very fruity, hoppy, concoction of flavors. The mouthfeel is very well balanced and the drinkability is excellent!
05-01-2003 11:08:46 | More by francisweizen
3.6/5 rDev -1.9%
Caramel coloured with a thin white head that dissipates fairly quickly.
Toasted malt in the nose, grassy hops. Not a strong scent.
Flavour-wise, toffee, biscuit and toasted malt make up the brunt of the beer. Hops provide some bitterness but not a lot else. Some slight grassy and earthy flavours.
Highly carbonated, medium bodied. Toasty.
Overall, decent, not great.
05-01-2012 00:03:47 | More by jrenihan
3.55/5 rDev -3.3%
Aroma: Mild coffee note? Again, smell is a tough target in DDC.
Appearance: Same color as the cask conditioned version, but better clarity. The head actually dried out rather than dissipate turning a darker red at the edges. Thats a first for me.
Flavor: Well balanced with a slight edge to the hops and some butter notes.
Mouthfeel: Soft, but full carbonation
Overall Impression: Enjoyed this one, but its hard to explain and describe. The balanced quality makes it hard to pick out definitive flavors, but the package is enjoyable. Had this one first, then a couple days later the cask conditioned version. Cask makes most things better.
04-15-2006 19:17:07 | More by HardTarget
4.05/5 rDev +10.4%
Appearance: Dark ruby red, fluffy, thin head, as to be expected from a cask ale.
Smell: Malty, slightly sweet.
Taste: Good balance of sweetness/bitterness/tartness, almost like an iced tea. Low carbonation and medium body, totally easy to drink, I like this version better than the regular CO2 tapped offering.
12-25-2004 17:23:39 | More by Goldorak
3.98/5 rDev +8.4%
Another solid offering from Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel. My first on cask. Special since I love ESB's. Poured a light caramel, lighter highlights. Head, but not much. Smelled of those caramel notes and roasted malts. Just a bit of hops, not much. Taste consisted of balance between the sweet caramel malts, and the bitterness of the hops, this beer works. Mouthfeel was bitter and dry. This is a well-brewed ESB.
07-16-2011 02:20:55 | More by gskitt
3.63/5 rDev -1.1%
A roasty, toasty, malty brew that could fit a number of differnt styles: it would pass as an Alt, and it's darker (though not as viscous) as porters and out-darks a good number of the weaker porters I've had. Most important for me: the dark malt is kind to my aching head.
True to its naming here, the malts are balanced wth a bracing bitterness, and so it is righfully lists as ESB, but its complexity really does make it a genre-buster.
07-13-2010 02:42:56 | More by salvo
Voyageur Des Brumes from Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel
83 out of 100 based on 20 ratings.