DeuS is marketed as a top-shelf “divine beverage” somewhere between a beer and a sparkling wine. It’s sold in a 750-ml Champagne bottle, at Champagne prices. Brewed in Belgium by Brouwerij Bosteels, DeuS undergoes fermentation and maturation in Belgium, but is then transported to the Champagne region of France, where sugars and yeast are added for refermentation and a long aging, and a temporary cap is put on.
First brewed at Bosteels, transfered to the Champagne region of France were it is treated much like a champagne with the bottles inverted and the yeast expunged and bottle recorked.
Deus is treated much like a champagne in that the bottles are inverted, the yeast expunged, and the bottle recorked. With an ABV of almost 12 percent, Deus maintains some pretty high carbonation and pours a beautiful yellow, golden hue. The aroma is of musty fruits, some dried spices, and a hint of cinnamon. The flavor is a fresh burst of fresh spices and sweet candies with a finish of sweetness.