Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Golden Blend - Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
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4.54/5 rDev +1.1%
A- Boom, cork in the face. Pour leaves a thick fluffy white head that dissipates to nothing as it rests. Color is a translucent light gold.
S- Heavy doses of citrus zest and oak. Funk comes off as earthy with subtle notes of honeycrisp apple
T- lemon tartness and oak flavors are balanced by an underlying white grape sweetness. All combined with typical fonteinen funk and yeast flavors. This geuze is more assertive and brash than the regular oude geuze.
M-Body is noticeably thicker than their standard geuze. Carbonation is very spritzy and ample. Lactic cheese/funk and oak linger on the palate.
O-This one is fantastic right out of the gate. I cant wait to see how it develops. With its bigger body and bolder flavors, I would think more subtle flavors will continue to show up as more dominate ones mellow, making this one more complex and intriguing.
01-15-2013 06:29:30 | More by stx00lax
3.94/5 rDev -12.2%
A - amber gold with a half-inch soapy-looking bubble head that shrinks to 1/8th of an inch after settling; active carbonation....it's ALIVE!
S - funky tart; white grapes; sour apples; lemon; grains; more funk
T - bite sour; sour apples again; faded white grape juice; tarty; lemon zest; acidic; oak notes towards the back; has some sour patch kid flavors going on
M - smooth but carbonated; the sour elements keep pinging the back of my throat long after the sip is gone; champagne dry as a finish; airy
O - this is a really unique beer...and really...a different beer style that I'm trying to explore, albeit with some reservations; the cost of this and Cantillon is high and not really suggestive of casual exploration; I dig the flavors and mouthfeel, but the sour elements and the overall funky tart fuck with my gut. I imagine this is one of the better 'more available' gueuzes out there...and I'll pick up again to try, but no one's every going to find me chasing 3F.
01-12-2013 20:36:04 | More by SkeeterBoganski
4.33/5 rDev -3.6%
Saw at a bottle shop and was given it as a gift, as I'm not sure if I would have spent the 28 bucks on it.
A-Cloudy yellow-orange, well carbonated, three finger fluffy head. The cork started coming off as soon as I unwound the cage.
S-Funk, lemon, grass, oak, green apples, all blended together well.
T-Not very sour, more tart than anything, and a mild tartness at that. However it is very fruity, green apples galore, lemons, some grass and the oak has a strong presence as well.
M-Light, highly carbonated and dry.
O-Just a little more in the sour department and this beer would be out of this world.
01-03-2013 22:22:05 | More by rlee1390
Drie Fonteinen Oude Geuze Golden Blend from Brouwerij Drie Fonteinen
99 out of 100 based on 596 ratings.