Many thanks to Erzengel for sharing! A clear light purple red beer with a white lacing. Aroma of intense sour dark fruits, berries, lactic fruits, vinegar. Taste of intense sour red fruits, cherries, oak, lactic fruits, vinegar. Intense sour finish.
Bottle. Pink pour. Aroma of sour cherry, tart, acidic sourness, raspberry, strawberry and wheat. Taste has strongly sour cherry, raspberry, strawberry, wheat, tart and lots of acidic sourness. I like sour, bit this is a bit too much, like fruited vinegar.
Bottle shared at tasting. Autumnal reddish color, no head. Aroma is red fruit, sour red fruit. Flavor is red fruit, pretty sour to acidic. Too sour for me to really like.
37.5cl bottle. Intense sour fruity nose. The beer starts very sour with lots of fruity vinegar. Lots of berries with sour cherries on top - very sour cherries. Fruity sour in the end, nice mix of cherries and berries, high acidity in the end. Nice sour.
375 ml. bottle. No date. Light strawberry jam appearance, less dark than hopped, no real head. Nose is fermenting wild strawberry, thin raspberry jam fizz, weird fermenting heavy red fruit juice. Zero carbonation as expected. Taste is cranberry, vinegar, flat, raspberry, strawberry, vinegar juice, basic little funk, spoiled fruit vinegar. Fruit is not bad at all but too thin, flat, basic vinegar,… Not the best Hanssens but decent even if bad on a technical level. You get some vinegar burn after a while - ah Hanssens never change.
Bottle at home. Almost clear ruby with no head. Lots of fresh jammy fruits, strawberries, raspberries and some cherries, I don’t really get much blueberries. Dank funk, old wood, soft yoghurt and glue. Balsamico, lemon juice. Very sour, light sweet. Medium bodied with no carbonation. Damn this is sour! Not as ridiculous as some Hanssen, but this seems like it’s just no healthy. Belgians making fun of US spurs should drink this, it’ll literally wipe the smile of their faces and remove their teeth in the process.