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Beer Tasting Theme - Lambic & Gueuze

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Lambic & Gueuze

Alken Maes Mort Subite Original Gueuze

Alken Maes Mort Subite Original Gueuze
75Too sweet for most beer lovers and not at all taxing, but it's pleasant enough.

Bockor Jacobins Gueuze

Bockor Jacobins Gueuze
73Drinks like an oak-aged pale ale, with a little acidic zing.

Boon Brewery Geuze Mariage Parfait (2003 Vintage)
Tastingbeers.com Editors Choice - Winner

Boon Brewery Geuze Mariage Parfait (2003 Vintage)
85Not as shocking to the palate as many gueuzes but challenging nonetheless. Sweet and commercial this is not, but it is perhaps just mellow enough to offer a starting point for gueuze novices.

Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic Bio
Tastingbeers.com Recommended - Winner

Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic Bio
83A demanding gueuze from the last lambic brewer in Brussels.

Hanssens Oude Gueuze
Tastingbeers.com Recommended - Winner

Hanssens Oude Gueuze
83A truly serious oude gueuze, built for aficionados and sure to scare the pants off beginners. It takes a lot of understanding, but rewards the persistent.

Honesbrouck St Louis Gueuze Lambic

Honesbrouck St Louis Gueuze Lambic
73It's hard to see who is drawn to this strange brew, which comes over as a funky soft drink rather than a beer with bite.

Lindemans Cuvée René
Tastingbeers.com Recommended - Winner

Lindemans Cuvée René
83A refreshing and sufficiently testing gueuze, a step above the overly commercial examples but not as demanding as others.

Oud Beersel Oude Gueuze
World Beer Awards 2007 World's Best Lambic/Gueuze Beer - Winner Tastingbeers.com Recommended - Winner

Oud Beersel Oude Gueuze
80A substantial challenge for the uninitiated and a good introduction to what oude gueuze is all about.

Proef Vicardin Tripel Gueuze

Proef Vicardin Tripel Gueuze
83Not a gueuze as such but a blend of Girardin brewery's lambic and a tripel. It's certainly novel but I'm not sure how successful it is, especially as the finish is rather harsh.

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