A Quebec Craft Beer Brunch Event Is Taking Reservations Now

Montreal-based brewery Dieu du Ciel’s international and sinful brunch day is coming soon.

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Montreal’s favourite craft brewery is hosting a sinful brunch later this month. Brasserie Dieu du Ciel’s “Brunch Journée Péché,” which loosely translates to “Day of Sin Brunch” returns Saturday, March 21.

The brunch event is named after its popular stout beer “Péché Mortel,” or “Mortal Sin,” which is spotlighted as an ingredient in each of the planned brunch dishes.

From Berlin to Paris to Northampton, Massachusetts, pubs, bars and brewers across the world are taking part in Journée Péché to celebrate the sinful stout.

The Quebec event will be reservation-only and will be held at the brand’s St-Jerome pub location from 9:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.

The menu will allow Dieu du Ciel fans a chance to discover the stout’s tantalizing flavours when cooked within a four-service meal.



Bacon braised in caramelized beer with pearl onions and brussel sprouts leaves is one dish available. There is also a pretty fancy shepherd’s pie. For the vegetarians, you can try the stuffed mushrooms with spices, a braised carrot version of the bacon dish or a lentil shepherd’s pie. All the dishes are cooked in some way – or include some of – that prized “Péché Mortel.”

Beverages will be gluten-free and you can choose in advance whether you would like a regular or a vegetarian brunch.

Today is the first day to make reservations. Give them a call at the phone number on their Facebook page to set that up – just make sure you have your credit card in hand.

Dieu du Ciel staff will require the event to be paid for during the phone call to make the reservation. Tickets are $64, including taxes and tips. A receipt will be emailed to you.

While the brunch will focus mainly on its popular stout, the brewery will be prepared to encourage the glutton within. Dieu du Ciel will also be selling an assortment of its other beers that day.