0,75l bottle at home. Bottled 13.06.2019. BB 13.06.2029. yellow hazy color, small white head. smells funky, some sweetness, estragon, horse radish, lightly lactic, subtle grape notes .. after it warms some peachy notes, more sweet grape notes. nice smell to very nice. full body, pearly carbonation. tastes estragon, earthy, subtle funk, grape skins, spices, peppery, slight cheese. finishes dry and lightly sour with notes of estragon, grapes and some spicey notes. liked this a lot better once it warms up, fruit notes (peach and grape notes) come through a lot better once warmer. could probably still use a bit more age, but overall very nice one
Bottle shared by Caesar at tasting. A bit orangy golden color. Sort of a mix between geuze and white wine. Quite alright. Funky, cider.
29 November 2019. At Billie's Craft Beer Fest. Cheers to the lovely Anke, tderoeck, 77ships & Ghent beer crew! Hazy yellow, no head. Aroma of white grapes, plum, wet hay, wood, unripe peach. Taste has sour plum, bitter grapes & wood, only slightly sweet, yeasty & vaguely yoghurty. Tart, woody, dry finish, tannins at work, lingering grapes & plum; alcoholic hint of white wine. Medium body, oily texture, fizzy carbonation. Very well done, but believe it or not, I miss the beery aspects.
29/XI/19 - sample @ Billies Craft Beer Festival 2019, BB: n/a - (2019-1980) Thanks to all for sharing today’s beers!
Aroma: nice, pretty fruity, apricots, peach notes, bit malty. MF: soft carbon, medium body. Taste: acidic start, lemony, pretty fruity, bitter notes, citrus peel. Aftertaste: dry, bit metallic, little fruity, bitter lemon.
At Wild Festival Groningen, 10cl from bottle. Color: Hazy pale golden, white head. Aroma: Bit tart, white grapes, citrus fruit. Taste: Herbal hints, moderate sour, somewhat more bitter and sweet. Dry. Wood and grape tannins. Subtle citrus notes. Nice.
Clear golden with a small white head. Aroma of oak, citrus, vinous notes and funk. Flavour is light moderate sweet and sour. Medium bodied with soft carbonation.