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Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait - Brouwerij Boon

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771 Ratings
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Ratings: 771
Reviews: 316
rAvg: 4.09
pDev: 11%
Wants: 67
Gots: 136 | FT: 11
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Belgium

Style | ABV
Gueuze |  8.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
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(Beer added by: rastaman on 08-08-2002)
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Photo of Trizzle
4.18/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.5

The last Geuze I tried was the standard version of this one. It was the third time I'd tried it and the first time I'd enjoyed it.. Thoroughly.. Bought two of these today: 1 to keep, 1 to try now. Best before September 2028....

Mini Champagne style bottle 37.5cl, poured into a Champagne flute.

Small head with sparse bubbles that subside quickly as expected. Darker than the standard Oude Boon Geuze from memory. Light amber with some pale highlights. Apple juice cloudy with not a lot of visible carbonation for the style.

I realy dont think I have the vocabulary for the smell. Big citrus: lemon and grapefruit. Leather, corriander, Mountain dew and a hint of grain. As it warms there is actually some wet hops.. Complex. Exciting.

Taste: Grapefruit, some brettanomyces horse blanket and a pleasant lingering tang - lemon zest. A hint of capsicum reminiscent of a dry Sauvignon Blanc.. I like the straw and earth flavours of the yeast, it's savoury and adds balance to the sweet and tart. A light bitterness (hops?!?!?!?) at the back. And 8%?? I can't find it. A touch lacking in the malt dept: both body and flavour.

Feels lighter than expected. Some tingling bubbles across my tongue. Reasonable carbonation. Perhaps lacking in body but only slightly.

Well I think I'm a G(u)euze convert. Thoroughly enjoyable.

Can't wait till I turn 50 to try the other one I bought!

Trizzle, Jan 09, 2010
Photo of Patrick999
4/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I know these can go a long time, but it seemed like as good a day as any to open it. I don't feel like waiting until the "best by" date of 2027 printed on the label....I'm not waiting until I'n 52 to open this. 2003 vintage.

A - Poured into a goblet. Gold, mostly clear, with a slight haze. Some foam, more of a soft looking foam. It doesn't look as fizzy as some lambics.

S - I get sweet apples, white grapes, ripe cherry, and fresh plastic in the aroma. Doesn't smell all that funky or "barreled," in fact it smells fairly fresh. Good, but I was expecting a much more buggy, sweaty aroma.

T - Hmmm. This beer is not all that sour. In fact, there's just a little pucker, which I find odd for an oude gueuze. It comes off as a light, less fizzy Champagne - slightly sweet muscat grapes and apple. Like a ripe Granny Smith apple. OK, there's a little cellar/Grandma's attic character, but it comes mostly at the back end and aftertaste. I wouldn't call this beer sweet, but it isn't completely dried out as I would expect an old lambic to be. Something else I find odd...hops. I ordinarily don't talk about hops when reviewing a lambic, but I swear there's a little grassy hop bitterness here. Just a touch - it adds a bit of welcome complexity.

I will admit, I was a little apprehensive about this one knowing that it is 8% ABV, as it seems high to me for this style. This isn't a style in which I want to taste much alcohol. However, alcohol barely shows on the palate here, if at all. I would never have guessed 8%.

F - It's actually in the feel where you can kinda tell this is an 8% beer. It's not spritzy and fizzy like a 5-6% lambic, it feels more substantive, and the carbonation is softer.

D - This is easy for me to drink. It's actually too easy; I was expecting more of a challenge. While a tasty gueuze, I think I prefer the regular Boon or Oud Beersel versions. Of course, that preference in no way precludes a good rating, as it *is* supremely easy to drink, especially given its alcohol level. Don't get me wrong, it's an excellent beer, one that I would be happy to drink again - it's just that I was expecting an overall 4.5-5.0 beer.

Patrick999, Dec 06, 2009
Photo of portia99
4.13/5  rDev +1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

375ml corked and caged bottle (2002 vintage) received as an extra in a trade with koopa. Thanks! Poured into a Bruery tulip.

A - Pours a darker than expected orangey amber color with a huge three fingers of fluffy off white head. Good staying power, leaves nice lacing on the glass as it slowley recedes. Good looking beer.

S - Good and funky, tons of sweet fruity aromas - including bananas, lemons, oranges, sour apples. Barnyardy horseblanket funk mixes nicely with the tart fruit. Just a touch of vinegar in the nose too. Everything blends together nicely and smells really quite good.

T - Based on the smell, expected it to be more sour than it is. Definitely sour, but flavor is dominated more by the brett character. Lots of funky horseblanket, barnyardy flavors. A touch on the bitter side, not in a hoppy way - more in a medicinal way (not in a bad way though). Good fruitiness throughout to match the aromas. Very good.

M - Thin in body, almost water like in consistency. Highly carbonated - lots of prickly bubbles in the mouth, very lively beer.

D - Very good geuze overall. A touch harsh on the bitter side, if I have to pick a fault(?), at least to my tastes. This only mildly detracts from the drinkability though. Glad to get to try this. I see more bottles of this one in my future.

portia99, Nov 22, 2009
Photo of brewdlyhooked13
3.68/5  rDev -10%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance - pours an orange-tinted gold into a Duvel glass. A little splashy towards the end of the first glass pour, a nice two finger cover is the result. A soft white with a tinge of yellow, it doesn't leave lace as the head falls but maintains a wall-like collar.

Aroma - sharp apples and funk. Despite my non-affinity for this style, my mouth waters instinctively. Lemony tartness and a dry, powdery grain accentuates things.

Taste - the initial grain sweetness plays well with the tart apple and lemon components. The funk comes in mid-palete but is very manageable as the beer dries out the mouth. An easy transition to the oaky dry ending. This beer drinks like a wine except for the moderate sour aftertaste.

Mouthfeel - very bubbly, the body is fairly solid for it's champagne like feel.

Drinkability - the hardcore gueuze fans ding it for it's lack of intensity on the sour scale, but that makes it all the more appealing to us sweet-DNA types. I like this one and can only guess what another decade will do to it. A great one to share, lots of flavor for everyone!

brewdlyhooked13, Nov 04, 2009
Photo of Paisan
4.2/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Your typical geuze smell: citrus, musty, autumn forest floor.
Taste is less impressive than what the smell seemed to promise, a bit tart, some sourness (apple?), hint of bitter, but all very low-key.
Nice carbonation, light, very drinkable.
All in all, worth repeating.

Paisan, Oct 31, 2009
Photo of Travlr
4.18/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A traditional bottle-conditioned gueuze, spontaneously fermented, and a step above the regular Boon gueuze, which is most likely sweetened and not conditioned. Cloudy golden with little head. Aroma of barnyard mustiness. Citrus flavors with moderate sourness and a dry, bitter finish. Ages well.

Travlr, Oct 31, 2009
Photo of gford217
4/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to pghlee for this 750mL bottle, 2003 vintage.

Pours a perfectly clear golden amber with a big bubbly white head that recedes slowly to a thin cover and leaves delicate lacing.

The aroma is tart but still fairly sweet with lemons and even some green apples in the nose. There is a bid of vinegar sourness and a hint of earthy barnyard, though it's very subtle.

The taste starts out with a bretty kick that is more than the aroma suggested - definitely some cheese and horse blanket funk. The backbone is light malts with tons of the tart lemony fruit. The finish is dry and slightly acidic with the funk coming back in the aftertaste.

The mouthfeel is light bodied, despite the slightly higher ABV, dry and extremely refreshing.

This is a decent gueuze that has more complexity in the flavor than the nose, with the funky starting to show itself. I imagine it'll get even bigger over time. It's very drinkable and the funky and sourness is not overpowering.

gford217, Sep 19, 2009
Photo of GRG1313
3.85/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Vintage 2003. Aged for at least 3 years before release.

Pours a hazy deep orange, amber tint with a nice thin white head, thicker with a swirl. Sour citrus nose, little skunky/celery like but not offensive or unattractive.

Nice mouthfeel with a rich carbonation and a quality "sour" character. A rich and full "sour/tart" character.

Nice citrus/sour/tart flavors that causes a good pucker, with high acid and pleasant sour flavors. Rich and full flavors that are nice by itself and will go very well with food. Sour flavors actually get more and more refined in the glass. Nice

P.S. I just went to my desk 24 hours later and found that the bottle was open and still on the desk with about 3 inches left. I tried it...it was still carbonated, although a bit reduced, and with all of the above characteristics, although perhaps a bit less intense.

GRG1313, Sep 19, 2009
Photo of wagenvolks
3.35/5  rDev -18.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

750ml bottle (2003 Vintage) shared at an Austin BA tasting. Thanks SSW117!

Pours a golden, lemongrass body with a slight haze. Ring of spittle-colored bubbles clings to the edges, leaving scant lacing. The aroma is a Gueuze masterpiece - vanilla, vinegar, oak barrels, and a yeasty barnyard funk. Very nice nose.

The flavor tasted a bit past its prime, with a funky yeast body and a sour, metallic finish that has a vinous greenery to it. Someone at the tasting remarked that it reminded them of gunpowder. Uber-dry, acidic back with a light mouthfeel and lighter carbonation. Can't say I'd ever buy this for myself, but it was definitely an interesting beer to try.

wagenvolks, Sep 06, 2009
Photo of jamie2dope
4.05/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

After having sampled some of the best Gueuzes and Lambics last night at Ebenezers, I decidided, "why stop there?" During the lecture that I attended, this beer was mentioned more than once. It pours a hazy golden color, with a fizzy white head that dissipates quickly. Musty basement smells kick things off, followed by a combination of funk and lactic acid. Light citrus fruit melds really well together here with the funkiness. Taste begins very dry, like champagne, and really coats the mouth all the way. More subtle tart notes come in midway through, and leave things as they begun, dry and very similar to a champagne or cider. Carbonation makes it a refreshing beverage, and despite the 8% alcohol count, it comes off as an easy drinker. Our lecturer last night told us that what he looks for in a good Gueuze is a nice balanced profile, and I think that is what we have here. White wine and champagne lovers should give drinks like these a chance. As expected, Boon has a blended beer here of exceptional quality.

jamie2dope, Aug 31, 2009
Photo of ricke
4/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Brassy color with a rather big off-white head that slowly fizzes away. Some speckled lacings remains on top of the liquid and on the edges of the glass.

S: The smell is very big with lots and lots of aromas popping up through the glass. A gentle funkiness mixes with plenty of aromas of tart fruit and notes of fermenting apples. Hints of grass, dry earth and minerals. A vinegary touch is very aggressive at first, but settles after a while. All in all, a truly amazing smell.

T: The taste is not as impressive as the smell. It's more gentle and not as well composed. Here's lots of tart fruits, primarily green apples, and aromas of grass. Sourness dominates the flavor, but here's quite a lot of slightly wheaty sweetness as well. Funkiness is restrained, but something in the line of horse-blanket appears every now and then. In the middle, the taste gets a little nutty with notes of fermenting apples. The finish is gently sour and has a mild grassy and herbal bitterness to it. Notes of minerals and lingering fruity aromas in the finish as well.

M: Medium body with a refreshing sparkling carbonation. The texture is slightly creamier than most gueuzes.

D: A good gueuze. It has lots of character, but the flavors can't keep up with the fantastic aromas in the smell. The flavor is a little too much on the fruity side and there is something in the finish that bothers me - it's hard to put my finger on it, but something seems off. But it's very interesting to see that a gueuze can handle such a high ABV without it even getting noticeable.

ricke, Aug 22, 2009
Photo of stoutfiend27
4.53/5  rDev +10.8%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

small corked bottle expiration of 2016

a-hazy golden color with 2 finger head that did not linger long..lots of floateys in this one...

s-acidic and very funky...barn yard maybe some apple cider in there somewhere...and very musty

t-musty and funky at first...followed by slight sweetness then the sour and lots of barnyard funk

m-very bubbly and light feeling...perfect imo

d-suffers a bit due to the acidic aspect..wouldnt want to cause some reflux before bed with too many of these

overall a very nice beer from a off style...would recommend and would have again and again

stoutfiend27, Aug 13, 2009
Photo of tai4ji2x
3.73/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

375ml green bottle w cork and cage. label says "best before 25.01.2025". cork is printed with SB46. tasted in mid-may 2009. poured into tulip.

golden pale straw color. hazy. requires a big 1.5-inch decant before the sediment starts to flow in. big 2-finger head, fades to constant thin layer constantly replenished by the duvel tulip's etching. lacing is almost nonexistent though.

aroma: funky, mustly, almost skunky, quickly followed by tart apple, cider vinegar, old wood, more barn must, and hay.

taste: tart apple, cider vinegar upfront, though all the flavors are a bit thin or watery. hay, barn funk and must, with lots of woody tannins. very mild grassy bitterness. faint phenols and lemony hint in the back. still a bit thin though.

light body, with both smoothness but also acidic and tannic textures. carbonation is a bit fizzy but can give lift and also some foamy, big-bubble fluffiness.

i think i've heard that the 750ml bottles are better... or maybe this just needs age so that the yeast can coax out more flavor?

tai4ji2x, Aug 10, 2009
Photo of spointon
4.28/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

I had this one on tap, served in a wine glass at Binny's South Loop in Chicago on 8/1/2009.

A= This ale poured a cloudy orange color with gold and tan highlights. The foamy white head poured just 3/4" and quickly dropped to a thin ring. In fact, the carbonation all seemed to slowly leave this ale so by the time I was down to my last sip it was barely carbed. Just a couple spots of lace on my glass.

S= Pretty aromatic (pleasantly so) with notes of sourness, orchard fruit, esters, malt, and musty yeast. The sourness was sour without being all vinegar.

T= Much like the smell with the dominant flavors of course being the musty/barnyard yeast and a general sourness. I'll mention again though that the sourness was not painfull or full of too much vinegar. The middle was full of fruity flavors like apple, pear, and maybe a hint of tart cherry. The malts were soft but sweet enough to take some edge off the sourness. Finish was tart and dry with a lingering sense of wild yeast funk.

MF= Light side of medium bodied with a carbonation level that started out crisp and by the end of the glass was vert soft. Overall very refreshing and thirst quenching though.

D= I liked this beer a lot, but will freely admit it was my first gueuze so I have little frame of reference. Still, it was pretty easy to drink, the sourness was there but not overpowering, the ABV stayed very well hidden, and it was quite refreshing. An excellent beer!

spointon, Aug 02, 2009
Photo of StJamesGate
4/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours cloudy amber pink with tall loose head that fades fast. Pear, honey and some yeast on the nose. Grapefruit pucker with some cider barrel depth plus goats cheese sourness. Very lively and light.

Comparisons to champagne are right on. Not overly tart, very refreshing and drinkable.

StJamesGate, Jul 13, 2009
Photo of craytonic
3.68/5  rDev -10%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

2003 Vintage

Appearance: Pours a clear straw copper with a frothy head and little lacing, bit of a gusher when opened

Smell: Tart with a bit of funk, but not enough funk or tart

Taste: Lactic acid, lemon, bit of urine, wood, farmhouse cheese, tart green apple

Mouthfeel: Light, ABV is a bit higher than I prefer for this style

Drinkability: Light and tart, but it is missing something. Entirely average, I really just shrugged the shoulders and moved on.

craytonic, Jul 01, 2009
Photo of Goldopelgt
3.93/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A- Poured from the bottle, has a hazy, straw color...almost like an Arnold Palmer (ok, I sort of hate myself for this comparison, but hell, when else do you get a chance for this kind of reference!) Almost 2 fingers of a thin whitish head...vanishes relatively quickly

S- Very acidic, lemony, slight but not overwhelming funk that one would expect from this style. Pleasant...honestly, not what I was expecting.

T- Very tart. Citrusy with some earthy undertones. Very dry, but very refreshing.

M- Good amount of carbonation...somewhat thin...dry...but still very good.

D- Overall, very well balanced for the style. I really enjoyed it, and think it's definitely worth a try...Cheers!

Goldopelgt, Jun 30, 2009
Photo of koopa
4.15/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

2003 Vintage Bottle purchased at the Cracked Kettle in Amsterdam.

Appearance: Tarnished yellow body with a nice 3 finger white crown. The crown has decent retention and offer nice lacing.

Smell: Wow this is one tart gueuze! I love what 6 years can do for a bottle of this style. Loads of sulfer, lemon, some brett, and a touch of funk. I've smelled more "urine like" gueuze's but whose to say that smelling less "urine like" is a bad thing!

Taste: Tart wheat upfront with a slightly musty barnyard middle that leaves off with a dry finish. Not as complex as I was hoping for but all sorts of lovely!

Mouthfeel: Very good mouthfeel with the right amount of carbonation.

Drinkability: This goes down fast for a gueuze and I'd like another please!

koopa, Jun 23, 2009
Photo of evantwomey
4.2/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Picked this up at Sam's Blue Light in Durham, NC. Labeled as '2003 Vintage'.

Pours with a frothy white head, quickly recedes to just a skin of foam covering the beer. A small amount of sticky lacing. Color is a bit darker than I was expecting, kind of an amber-yellow.

Aroma is heavy on the lemony and fruity aromas, less emphasis on the funk. Very clean. Plenty of Brett character present but it seems to be less prominent than some other examples of the style. The brett comes through mostly as a faint cherry note. A bit of oak in the background.

Taste is tart upfront, with a good bit of malt presence surprisingly. The finish is bone dry, a bit oaky, and a little bitter (guessing this is from oak rather than hops). Was expecting to find a bit more sourness on the finish.

Mouthfeel is about normal for a gueuze- sprightly, thin. I would rate the drinkability a bit higher than average for a gueuze due to the relatively tame sourness.

Definitely a very nice beer and worth trying. I would rate this slightly lower than some other gueuzes (e.g. Cantillon classic) which seem to be more expressive with regards to funk and tartness.

evantwomey, May 21, 2009
Photo of Bierguy5
4.47/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

On tap at The Map Room in Chicago. Menu states 8% ABV. Served in a wine glass. Pours a slightly hazy golden/peach color. Thin white ring of foam holds well for a while.

Sour, lactic, and slightly funky nose. Not overly wild, but still enough to bring the funk in a bit. A few citrusy notes seem to creep in at the end.

Tart up front, without being puckering. Fairly dry. A nice earthy component, with a bit of funk. Tartness is balanced rather well, as this really comes across as being refreshing, despite the ABV.

Medium body, with low carbonation. Very well balanced. Outstanding.

Bierguy5, May 19, 2009
Photo of beertooth
4.53/5  rDev +10.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

On tap at the Maproom served in a 10oz wine glass.

This beer is a soft pumpkin color with a thin layer of pocked white head.

I'm getting a lot of wood in the nose and some milky sourness. Maybe some sour peach or old oranges too. Some musty wood too.

The first sip gives me a lot of acidic peach, bretty funk, and maybe a little green tea. Very dry and refreshing and a little enamel stripping.

Mouthfeel is a little thinner than I would like or expect, but that's fine.

I wouldn't pass this beer up if you find it on tap. I've yet to come across a bottle of it, but when I do I will pick it up.

beertooth, May 02, 2009
Photo of ccrida
4.1/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured into my Russian River goblet, carefully off the of the yeast, which I'm saving for a wild ale I'm brewing right now. Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait is a spritzy, hazy gold with a large, white head with nice last that leaves a blanket of foamy lace.

Smell is nice and funky, sour barnyard but not really horsey, that deeper sting of the nostrils from a nice geuze.

Taste is has a metallic bite that I noted immediately, rust and blood notes. Adjusting to that, it has that nice lemon acidiity that I love from Boon, with really no horse blanket. It's been a few months since I had their regular geuze, this one definitely has more ummph to it though, and I really dig the extra strength. My best before 2026 bottle was 7.6%

Mouthfeel is bone dry and very acidic. Medium bubbles, medium light body.

Drinkability is pretty good, a really nice geuze. The first sip, I didn't love those metal notes, but I quickly got on board and really enjoyed it by the end. Still, an enamel stripper, and not super cheap, you're not gonna drink a lot of these at once.

ccrida, May 02, 2009
Photo of rye726
4.55/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

I found this to be quite a nice treat and much more impressive than their standard release. Pours a glowing straw color with a silky tan head. The nose has manure, rotting wood, horse blanket, tart citrus fruits, musty wet soil and sweet candy malts. Taste is well balanced and equally complex. Tart and funky up front with a sweet and fruity finish. Crisp body is a bit thin, but well carbonated with a dry finish. Great example of the style.

rye726, Apr 27, 2009
Photo of malcontent
4.13/5  rDev +1%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Into a chalice, pours a darker-than-straw golden with hardly any head to speak of. Nothing groundbreaking here.

Nose is a big improvement with all those great funky horseblanket/Camembert aromas I love in a gueuze.

Big rush of quinine and bitter lime peel dominate until being supplanted by a hint of sherry vinegar. Aftertaste is a slightly metallic slant on tarragon. Exactly why I love this style.

Somewhat listless although the appearance warned me of this. Definitely a sipper; the person I went out with took a sip and quipped, "I'd need to pair this with food." I feel exactly the opposite, as this shares everything in common with great Italian aperitifs. It whets your appetite, makes your stomach rumbles and gets your taste buds salivating. Enjoyed at the Long Room.

malcontent, Apr 26, 2009
Photo of getkrunkhoe
3.53/5  rDev -13.7%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

App- Hazy golden(almost straw like) color, nice head on it though.

Ar-Citrus notes, earthy undertones, bitter melon (weird I know)

T- Sour lemons and possibly sour Grapefruit, small amount of herbal notes. very earthy. yeast was def. present,funk was on the lower end of the "spectrum"

Mf-is decent, u can definitely feel the bubbles as well as a bit of tartness

getkrunkhoe, Apr 23, 2009
Boon Oude Geuze Mariage Parfait from Brouwerij Boon
92 out of 100 based on 771 ratings.