0.375 l bottle from 'Beergium', bottled in March 2015, cellared for almost two-and-a-half years. A little hazy, deep amber with a thin, white layer. Sweetish, slightly sourish, gently funky and quite fruity aroma of lemon, gooseberry, white grapes, oak, horse blanket and a touch of candied apricot. Just a bit sweet, moderately sour, gently funky and fruity taste of lemon, oak, leather, tobacco, rhubarb, horse blanket and some gooseberry, followed by a medium long, gently tart, rather woody-dry finish. Medium body, gently astringent mouthfeel, nearly flat. Interesting beer, quite tasty, refreshing, the lack of carbonation is not nearly as disturbing as I'd thought.