Bottled 10/03/2021. Nice pop. Light amber, plenty of white head. Feels a bit young, little bit of sharp acidity, pretty mineral. Lots of oak, but not really getting the honey. More on the funky side, not getting much fruit/apple. Tasty.
Bottle as a celebration. Bit uazy orange golden, small white head. Quite fruity and very funky. Just medium soft sparkly carbonation. Still nice! --- Beer merged from original tick of Oude Geuze Golden Blend (Season 16|17) Blend No. 51 on 25 May 2022 at 17:04 - Score: Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 9 | Flavor - 8.5 | Texture - 8 | Overall - 9. Original review text: Bottle. Clear dark golden. Really get the old lambic in here, lots of wood and dry funk. Soft citrus, fresh oak, tangerine peel. Solid medium sour, light bitter, even lighter sweet. Nice, but not amazing. Maybe past it’s prime?
Clear amber pour with a thin white head. Notes of barnyard funk, mineral funk, smooth honey, citrus, hay, wet rag, unripe peaches, some green apple, apple vinegar. Smooth texture, medium-low carbonation. Solid stuff.
Small orangey head over slightly veiled pale copper beer, with fine pearling. Wood, wet oak with moss, much horseblanket, barnyard, lemon and lemonkernels. Hints at sherry. In the flavour I get the honey, if only temporarily, returning retronasal. More wet wood, again lots of horseblanket and lemon, also orange. Again old sherry flavours. Sharp, if not overly acidic feel. Feels better carbonated than it looks. Long lasting barnyard/sour flavours. Not the usual.
Bottle at tasting with Cuso, MisoW and Gurthnar. Sour yeasty aroma, vinegar, vineous notes, medium to high sour. Medium body, sour vineous finish. Good.
Bottle. Orange golden color with medium white head. Sour Aroma of vinous, earthy notes, funk. Taste, very light sourness, maybe due honey, oranges, yeast, funk. Nice.
0,75l bottle bought 11/2018 (bottled 27/09/2017) at the brewery. F: thin, white, not long lasting. C: gold, light hazy. A: light sour fruity, honey herbal touch, funky, woody, gooseberries, lemon. T: fruity sour, lemon, bit honey, funky, brett, woody, basement, gooseberries, nice complex taste, lower carbonation, good one, fully enjoyed.