Kriekenlambiek De Cam - De Cam Geuzestekerij
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4/5 rDev -4.1%
The beer pours a reddish color with a white head. The aroma has a ton of tart cherries, as well as a little bit of funk. The flavor is similar, with a little more complexity. I get a good dose of tart and sweet, juicy cherries. There is also some light funk, which goes well with the sour aspects of the flavor. Thin mouthfeel and low carbonation. A very nice fruit lambic. Glad I got to try it.
07-19-2012 04:24:45 | More by Mora2000
3.83/5 rDev -8.2%
Thanks for opening this with me, JealousChalice!
(Aged for 2+ years)
Murky ruby with a small light pink head that leaves spots of stick down the glass.
Sweet aroma with some mild cherries and a hint of funky yeast.
The cherries are the dominant flavor, along with a sweet yeast, and mild earth component.
Medium bodied with moderate carbonation.
A tasty kriek, but I've had far better examples.
04-01-2012 20:33:15 | More by ehammond1
4.93/5 rDev +18.2%
We were fortunate to get there shortly before they closed for the day. The blender is the head Brewer at Slaghmuylder and was nice enough to pull tastes directly off the conditioning tank.
The Kriek had an extremely fresh cherry aroma and taste. Not sweet like most krieks. It had a wonderful sourness to the taste. A perfect balance between the fruit and sour. The taste was flat (slight degrade in mouthfeel) due to being served off the conditioning tank and would be much different when served appropriately. I wish De Cam would export this to the US. The Blender stated that he had no control over the handling of the product and would not risk the potential abuse.
Excellent Lambic and should be sought out.
09-19-2005 23:17:27 | More by erkaneva
4.06/5 rDev -2.6%
Aroma is funky, berry, plastic, horse blanket. A good looking reddish purple, with a small retained head and lace. Sour yet cushioned finish. A bit palate erasing. Very drinkable. Fruity sour in the sediment. Masterful combination.A unique beer, thanks Liam.
01-21-2013 17:08:57 | More by Sammy
4.35/5 rDev +4.3%
pours blood red, looks like a red wine. no head, a few bubbles just like wine. deep in color with the slightest bit of transparency in the bottle of the glass where there is less space.
deep fresh cherry. maybe some faint oak or wood. mainly super deep fresh cherry.
nice sourness up front. as it fades, fresh cherry emerges. the flavor is bold but deep. tartness begins to pop out through the finish.
still as can be. like not a hint of fizz. a bit slick and oily but light and easy.
it's flat but it's delicious. can't fault it though, it IS lambic. i could drink this all day and night.
i want more!
01-11-2012 00:06:55 | More by hooliganlife
4.01/5 rDev -3.8%
Bottle from Etre Gourmet, 750ml into a tulip. 2009 vintage.
Deep purple body, with a pinkish-purple head. Ring of retention. Nose has some insane barnyard character, horse shit/manure, herbs, flatulence and not too much fruit. What in the fuck am I smelling? Palate has crazy funk character, apple, horse stable/horse shit, plastic and distant but detectable cherry notes. Light medium body, medium low carbonation. Unlike anything I've ever consumed before.
02-06-2013 17:12:40 | More by liamt07
4.1/5 rDev -1.7%
Bottled Jan 2009, labeled as 5.0% ABV.
A beautiful deep black cherry red with a pink head that falls off, leaving a little ring and minimal lacing. The nose is great. Big sour cherry aroma, fruity, leathery, pithy, even a touch medicinal, this has a *really* nice fruit character. The base lambic appears to be more lemony and less lactic (compared to the Oude Gueuze, Oude Lambiek and Oude Faro). A little mineral character too (calcium?). Excellent.
The palate opens with quite a big fruity sourness with a moderate lactic acidity as well. The cherries themselves don't contribute as much sourness as I was expecting. They do, however, lend a sour cherry pie flavor - cooked cherries, cherry skin tannins, some pit. Following this cherry character, there's a pronounced lactic sourness (at least, when compared to the Drie Fonteinen and Cantillon Lou Pepe Krieks, which are more lemony). Drying, tannic, lactic on the finish with a blend of clean acidity, a little bit of lemon, a moderate sour cherry flavor, this beer is pretty great. Carbonation is mild, and this beer is medium-light in body with most of the heft coming from the tannins and cherry flavor. An excellent kriek.
06-18-2012 02:07:35 | More by DefenCorps
4.43/5 rDev +6.2%
2009 vintage. Thanks!
A: Beautiful color. Magenta with nice clarity. Small bubbly head that fades immediately.
S: Bright cherry notes, pit and flesh. Just bursting with fruit. Lightly leathery with earth and restrained barnyard characteristics.
T: Sweet and sour cherry pie. Excellent fruit profile. Slight cranberry flair and a little plum. Lightly oaky with a light acetic acidity and a tannic finish.
M: Essentially still with some tannins and acidity.
Overall: Very nice. Great fruit profile.
04-08-2012 18:52:01 | More by HopHead84
4.35/5 rDev +4.3%
Pour is a dark cloudy blood red with a small light pink head. Nose has a very dusty funk up front, light oak notes create an attic quality. Light notes of sour cherry in back. Taste is very good, fantastic balance, dusty funk and notes of oak up front as cherries hold stronger in the flavor. Very sour but in no way acetic, light lactic qualities towards the back with a long dry finish on a light body and lively carbonation. great beer!
06-29-2012 15:19:27 | More by cpetrone84
3.8/5 rDev -8.9%
Thanks to JealousChalice for sharing this one at the post Bruery Reserve Society party bottle share!
Pours a murky crimson with a red-white head that settles to a film on top of the beer. No lacing on this one. Smell is interestingly of Flintstone's vitamins and sour cherries. Taste is of sour cherries and some mineral-like flavors. This beer has a lower level of carbonation with a slightly crisp mouthfeel. Overall, this is a good kriek but the smell is quite interesting.
03-19-2012 00:20:45 | More by UCLABrewN84
4.43/5 rDev +6.2%
2009 Vintage 750ml split with the wife on 12/26/2011
A: Blood red. No head, no bubbles, no lacing.
S: A heavy wave of tart cherries hits with each sniff. Blackberries and leather like a nice old world syrah.
T: Juice like blast of tart cherries. Soft leather, blackberries, hints of earth and oak.
M: Still. Dead still. It works here, but I think even the tiniest bit of carbonation could be an improvement.
O: I love that De Cam bottles their kriek lambiek, it's a different experience than the typical kriek and worth seeking out.
12-28-2011 02:59:30 | More by callmemickey
Kriekenlambiek De Cam from De Cam Geuzestekerij
91 out of 100 based on 52 ratings.