We don’t sell the Deus Champagne Beer anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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Another glass monseuir?

Mixing beer and champagne is usually a recipe for disaster (they said, trying to forget that shameful incident with the traffic cone and the tutu). But thanks to Deus Champagne Beer it’s a revolutionary taste sensation.

Created with the sophisticated beer drinker in mind, this potent yet sophisticated brew is matured in the Champagne region of France where it undergoes a similar fermentation process to bubbly. Once bottled it’s left in a cellar to age for nine months at 12C and is even tilted and rotated, champers-style, before its poptastic cork is inserted. Best of all it tastes amazing in a hoppy, fizzy way – think Dom Perignon meets Duvel. Mmm…beer…with champagne. Hic!

Speaking of beer, at an almighty 11.5% Deus is not intended to be glugged like lager. It’s more of an aperitif, refined and restrained but with a touch of fizz and a powerful kick in the tail that demands respect. Now where did we put that traffic cone?

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Product info

pouring scale

Another glass monseuir?

Mixing beer and champagne is usually a recipe for disaster (they said, trying to forget that shameful incident with the traffic cone and the tutu). But thanks to Deus Champagne Beer it’s a revolutionary taste sensation.

Created with the sophisticated beer drinker in mind, this potent yet sophisticated brew is matured in the Champagne region of France where it undergoes a similar fermentation process to bubbly. Once bottled it’s left in a cellar to age for nine months at 12C and is even tilted and rotated, champers-style, before its poptastic cork is inserted. Best of all it tastes amazing in a hoppy, fizzy way – think Dom Perignon meets Duvel. Mmm…beer…with champagne. Hic!

Speaking of beer, at an almighty 11.5% Deus is not intended to be glugged like lager. It’s more of an aperitif, refined and restrained but with a touch of fizz and a powerful kick in the tail that demands respect. Now where did we put that traffic cone?