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98 points Wine Enthusiast: " This is wheat-forward, with a soft, country malt aroma that is like getting lost in a vast field shortly before harvest. It is blended from seven different Lambic barrels and aged in oak. This was bottled in September 2017 and the brewery says it is best enjoyed before October 2038. Good luck waiting that long. The intangibles of this beer will have the mind racing and lulled by its grace at the same time. *Top 5 Beers of 2021* (JH)" (03/2021) K&L Notes: Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Cuvée Armand & Gaston is a geuze released in...
Price: $34.99

bottling date: 14/04/2020 Sherry barrel Geuze In the spring of 2019, we received a series of very old Oloroso, PX and Amontillado barrels through a local Jerez cooperage. The aromas were a mix of typical fine sherry notes and toasted, peated characteristics, which we have never experienced before. However, after a year of bottle conditioning – because of the higher peated aromas, albeit balanced – we decided to release this bottle not as a Zenne y Frontera, but as a peated geuze. This blend, like blend 62, comes mostly from Oloroso barrels. The weighte...
Price: $29.99

A beer made like a Champagne. Intriguing and delicious.
Price: $47.99

Aged in Bourbon barrels sourced from Buffalo Trace Distillery for 8 months. Limited distribution
Price: $37.99

The Cormier tree produces small seed fruit ranging in color from yellow to red to gray. It is the only wild tree that produces edible fruit in large quantities, and it was once appreciated for its medicinal virtues. Hailing from the ancient western French province of Maine, Cormé was a drink enjoyed as early as the 15th century. The name iis from a gaelic term "curmi", which means fermented beverage. Like apple ciders and poiré, cormé was a fermented beverage consumed by the poor. Bordelet's idea, using eight varieties of this small seed fruit ranging in...
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For this Braam, we sourced hand-picked blackberries from Ferme Framboos in Huldenberg, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium. We macerated these for three months in a 50/50 cut with lambikken from five different barrels and five different brews. Before bottling, we added lambikken from another barrel and two different brews. The majority of the lambikken that we used are 3 Fonteinen brewed, and one quarter of those are from our own Brabant farmers’ collective. The final fruit intensity is 384 grams of blackberries per litre of Braam.
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