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Subtlety in a bottle

Refreshing as an aperitif. And just as full of flavour and rich in aroma as a beer from heaven. That's DeuS. A magnificent symbiosis of brewing a beer and creating a spakling wine. Ideal for delighting your guests sometimes as an unusual choice with the before-dinner nibbles and amuse-geules. And perfect if you have got something to celebrate.
DeuS - truly the sparkling divine based on barley.

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A wonderful journey...

Refreshing as an aperitif. And just as full of flavour and rich in aroma as a beer from heaven. That's DeuS. A magnificent symbiosis of brewing a beer and creating a spakling wine. Ideal for delighting your guests sometimes as an unusual choice with the before-dinner nibbles and amuse-geules. And perfect if you have got something to celebrate.
DeuS - truly the sparkling divine based on barley.

Move your mouse across the photos to discover why DeuS is outstanding.

Based on summer barley using a unique formula.

1st fermentation using a specially selected yeast followed by tank conditioning, also known as 2nd fermentation.

the bottle refermentation, also known as 3rd fermentation, is followed by long conditioning - months long ripening in the bottle over yeast

The object is to release the yeast from the wall of the bottle and collect it in the neck. Bottles are positioned with their neck tilted downwards. Over a period of weeks they are turned slightly and at the same time put at a slightly greater slope until ultimately the neck is vertical.

The yeast is removed from the bottle by freezing its neck. The frozen bung of yeast is driven out by the pressure in the bottle.

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What the connoisseurs say

We have collected a few quotations from beer connoisseurs about DeuS.

"I don't think I've ever tasted a better beer!"

Fred Eckhardt: author of the Essentials of Beer Style and Sake.

"It's stunning - I've never had anything like it."

Garrett Oliver: Internationally recognised expert on traditional beer styles

"Other great beers migh approach,
but not quite match the delicacy of DeuS."

Michael Jackson: The Beerhunter, author of numerous books

about beers all over the world

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