Edwin Z. is drinking an Aoltbeer by Brauerei J. Kemker at Moeder Lambic Fontainas Wheat, malty biscuity base, sour, whey malty, sweet, wet malts, nah
Small, lightly yellowish head over finely carbonated pale golden beer. Sourish, barnyard, horseblanket nose. Definitely the first Alt tried smelling like a gueuze! Has a point of fruity sugars too. Sour, lactic acid, barnyard flavours, lemony, fruitacids, wheat. Very faint fruitsweet, most sugars probably eaten by the wild yeasts. Halfway between a Berliner Weisse and a gueuze. Light, acidthinning, obvious wheatslickness, good carbonation, refreshing. IS this typical Münsters' Alt? I wonder if Pinkus Müller would agree...
37.5cl bottle. Sourish fruity nose. The beer starts smooth and mild sourish. Fruity and dry, yeast, complex sourness with a smooth sour bitter aftertaste. Very nice and sessionable.
Trockener brettiger, fein säuerlicher Antrunk. Weich, die Säure steigt leicht an, spritzig, vollmundig. Intensiv, ein wenig salzig, langer Nachhall. 8/10/11/11/10/11
Sample from bottle @ Antidoot opening. Hazy blond colour, white foam. Grainy with fruity funky brett notes, some cellar notes. Refreshing and tart. Nice!
F: medium, white, not long lasting. C: shiny milky blonde, hazy. A: bretty, fruity, Sulphur, horse blanket, peach, woody, basement, complex. T: light sour fruity, bretty, bit cheesy, woody, peach, very refreshing with great aroma, light to medium body, medium carbonation, fully enjoyed, sample bottle @ BXLBeerFest 2018 in Brussels.
Sampled @ BXL Beerfest 2018. A slightly hazy pale golden beer with a small white head. Aroma of yellow fruits, dry hops, grains, soft tart fruits. Taste of dry herbal yellow fruits, brett, grains. Interesting.