Bottle. Small gusher ( overflowing foam, really) . pours rather cleaer blonde, small white head fades fast. Scent is tart, oak, lactic, dusty. Bit acetic acid, bit sweaty. Taste is strong tart, mild acetic acid. lactic acid. mild funk. Strong oak ( buttery vanilla) . Easey drinker. fairly dry. Medium body and carbo.
75cl bottle @ monthly tasting, Chez Sophie, Feb '20, in a desolate town centre during the famous Shrewsbury floods of 2020. Misty golden orange pour, patchy off white head. Aroma of lovely fresh citrussy wild lambic, continuing to taste, bright and floral with additional lemon hints. Great balanced Gloucester Gueuze, exceptional.
Sampled at Borefts Pre-Tasting 2019. Golden color, small white head. Aroma is sour, barnyard, horse blanket. Flavor is again sourish but less than I had expected, tart might be a better description, yellow color, less dry than I had expected. Quite good.
Blend five. Bottle from BXL Box. Clear yellow with white head. Loads of citrus, some dry grass, floral lavender and some earthy funk. Great!
Sampled at pre-Borefts tasting. Bit hazy light golden with some chucks. Some lemon, dry wheat, light funk, orange, soft herbs, kombucha. Almost medium sour, light sweet and bitter. Just medium bodied. Nice stuff! Very drinkeable.
Bottle shared at Pre- Borefts ‘19. Clear golden with a white head. Aroma of citrus, light funk and oak. Flavour is light moderate sweet and moderate sour. Medium bodied with light carbonation.