750ml. bottle. @"home", 26/02/2021
Batch of 3 Fonteinen Oude Geuze (Originally tasted @Be Hoppy, 15/04/2018)
OMG, what a beer!!! Perfectly balanced, sooo smooth. With a funky and acidic perfection. 750ml. is just not enough of this.
Bottled 20-12-2017 , drank 30-01-2021 . A big 3 years in the bottle, always kept cellared. Pours a warm, slightly darker, slightly more hazy ( well, my fault for storing it horizontal, pouring it vertical) . Medium sized white head fades fast. scent is very mineral, some wood, milder funk, very mild tart impressions. Taste is very full. Carbonation still quite high but getting on point. very nice sourness, not too much, but it's there. no ( or close to none) acetic acid in the taste. Very complex acidity nevertheless, so for sure it'll be in there, chemically speaking. nice woodyness. Rather dry, but not bone dry, leaving some room for body and maltyness. Very easy drinking version. Misses a true magical feature to be called out as supberb, but definately one of the better batches !
Fairly hazy orange with a white head. Aroma of cellar funk, dusty, cobwebs, citrus and green apple. Flavour is moderate sour. Medium bodied with moderate carbonation.
O jaki zajebisty blendzik. Mega fajowa paleta i ma te nutki serowe sliczne. Wchuj owocowosci, cytrynowosci, sliczna dziczyzna slomiana. Ryli lepsiejszy niz niejeden golden blend
Day 13 of the 2020 Beer Gonzo Advent Calendar. Bottle says this blend is 6%.
Bottle during Chris’s excellent mideastern birthdaytasting diner. Hazy amber with white head. Massive funky grainy lambic with strong horseblanket funk, big farm hay muff, stonefruit and some sweat from the back of a Hyena’s sack. Beautiful and dangerous. Amazing stuff.