--Sample, thanks oh6gdx! -- Almost clear deep golden, small head. Intense citric horseblanket aroma. Tart with medium body and well rounded mouthfeel, low carbonation. Citric with stale hops and horseblanket. Long, mildly bitter finish.
Dark blond colour with thin head. Aroma has oak, leather, lemon, overripe apples. Touch of cork too (my bottle was over filled and the cork was soaked). Pleasant tartness balanced well against the dryness coming off the barrels.
750 ml bottle, shared with my son, from Vinmonopolet Stavanger Verksgata. ABV is 8%. Golden colour, large white head. Lovely aroma of farmhouse / brettanomyces, aged white wine, oak and lemons. Moderate carbonation in the glass. Medium sour flavour of brettanomyces and oak.
0,75l bottle shared at home shared by Barna, big thanks. amber hazy color, small white head. smells funky, earthy, grassy, herbal, saison like, bit woody. very nice smell. full body, soft carbonation. tastes citric, grassy, earthy, funky, wood, oak, light sherry. finishes lightly dry and light to medium sour with notes of citrus, funk and herbal notes. lovely, very promising, this should age awesomely, bit on heavy side overall.
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Appearance: Hazy golden colour with a white head.
Aroma: Funk, citrus, fruit, tart, acidic.
Body: Medium body, low carbonation.
Flavour: Funk, citrus, fruit, tart, acidic.
Deep gold with a brief white head that might have been affected by an errant speck of cork. Aroma of old oak, sherry, expired furniture polish, cherries, tart apples, pannetone. Smells rich for a gueuze but then upon a taste it's given structure by moderate lactic sourness and horsey funk. Nothing brash about it, it all seems mellow and well integrated. Oak and zingy at the end. Finish grips more after a time. Interesting, deep. Expensive but worth getting another to see how it goes - but seems quite mature now.
27/VII/22 - 75cl bottle from Geers (Oostakker), shared @ Ardenne Holiday, BB: 2031 (2022-944)
A little cloudy orange beer, practically no head. Aroma: nice, juicy and funky, apricots, peaches, some citrus notes. MF: ok carbon, medium body. Taste: nice acidity, good funkiness, a little bitterness, woody, very sour, dry, spicy. Aftertaste: nice and funky, lots of wood, fruity, citrus, very nice, good complexity, a little bitter, some tannins, good stuff, really nice.
Huge, ultra dense & fine yellow head, as whipped eggwhite over faintly veiled orange-russet beer. Great horseblanket, lemonpeel aromas, freshly baked bread. Dry-ish with a fine acidity, partly lemony, partly lactic, partly fruity and other. Fruit as slightly unripe peach, gooseberry, citrus, but also yoghurt. Perfectly attenuated, sparkling carbonation. Lipsmacking acidity, dry-out effect, yet hardly and acidburn. Superb gueuze, arguably the best Lindemans turned out for several decades.