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Oude Gueuze - Hanssens Artisanaal bvba

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Ratings: 963
Reviews: 455
rAvg: 4.25
pDev: 10.82%
Wants: 96
Gots: 161 | FT: 14
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Hanssens Artisanaal bvba

Style | ABV
Gueuze |  6.00% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
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(Beer added by: Todd on 10-21-2001)
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Photo of ewright
4.03/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

375 ml corked/caged bottle poured into a Duvel tulip. This is my first gueuze, but I have had other lambics.

A: Very little head disappearing almost immediately. Brew is a clear amber with orange notes.

S: Strong musty aromas with sharp lemony notes. Faint traces of wood aromas hidden underneath. With warmth, the acid traits diminish and herbal characteristics show up.

T: Strongly sour up front, lemon dominates the palate, but the strength fades a bit as the beer warms. Warmth also opens up some herbal notes. I'm enjoying this more at cellar temps than fridge temps.

M: Have you ever had *real* lemonade, the kind that seems to leave a bit of "fuzz" on the roof of your mouth? This beer achieves the same thing. Slightly distracting, but in a good way. Carbonation is a bit on the low side overall.

D: This is refreshing, much like a tall glass of lemonade on a hot day. Unlike lemonade, it gets better as it warms. I'm still not a huge fan of the sour beers, but this one is pretty good overall.

ewright, Aug 06, 2009
Photo of IBUnit63
3.95/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Golden honey color with decent, doughy, single-finger head. For first pour head dissipates with moderate speed. Carbonation is decent and quick, as is lacing. Second pour has a little more staying power. Yeasty wisps are good touch for first pour; this has some life in it.

Haven't had a Gueuze other than Girardin Black Label in quite a while - this nose is solid with the really thick, acidic barnyard scent. So thick there's a little salty toast in there. Absolutely electric with saltiness, and just about as dry as can be.

Speaking of electric, the first sip of this gave off such a pucker that it caused me to cringe a little bit. At first blush this is straight sourness - maybe a little metallic note as well. Tight, tight, tight. Let's see what it does with some warmth...softens to a certain extent to reveal a little more hay/grain huskiness. Still, great acidic sourness that's expected from a Gueuze.

Palate feel is tight as mentioned. It's admittedly a little harsh from the abundance of acidity - I can almost feel this burning a whole in my stomach. Still, it's a good pain. You know, like bench-pressing a Cooper Mini for about 30 reps and how you feel a couple of days later. It actually calms down after a bit but I can feel this eating away the enamel on my teeth, which precludes supreme palate feel.

Overall impression is that this is a very well-constructed Gueuze that is true to its style. Warmth helps soften the acidity a great deal to where it becomes much less harsh and the huskier barnyard/horse blanket aromas emerge. Still a bit more acidic than other Gueuze examples I recall, but a very good effort nonetheless.

IBUnit63, Jul 22, 2009
Photo of Jwale73
3.9/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

375ml corked and caged bottle served in my small Allagash tulip. Poured a hazy, tawny orange with a one inch bubbly bright white head that gradually recedes into a thin cap. Nose reveals citrus, must, cork and wet, coarse wool. Bold, tart, sour and citrusy upfront with a residual clinging character of the barnyard that peaks out at the back. Moutthfeel is light-bodied and very astringent - the acidity slightly masks the carbonation presence. I have very little experience with sours, but was craving something different and I really enjoyed this. Looking forward to trying some others.

Jwale73, Jul 17, 2009
Photo of zImage
4.5/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I hadn't had a gueuze lambic in a while, so I ordered this one from the two-page belgian beer menu at the bar. I had never heard of this particular beer before and I was in a celebration mood, so the above-average price was fine with me. I love the sourness and would most certainly order this beer again.

zImage, Jun 10, 2009
Photo of lacqueredmouse
4.28/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Uncorks with a satisfying thunk, and immediately the funk starts to permeate the room. Pours a delicious looking dark umber yellow, with a thick and sticky head of white foam. Excellent lacing. Looks just about like everything you want in a gueuze.

What a nose. A stalwart exemplar of everything gueuze. Redolent with funk, earthy citrus, overripe fruit, plasticine, cut grass and dust. All those wonderful, musty earthy, funky characters are powerful, unique and rich. A truly phenomenal gueuze nose.

Excellent sharp sour entry, very acidic. Lots of juicy citrus, wine barrel fermentation, funky yeast and sour apples. Stays long and wicked throughout the palate, leaving a meaty yeast back palate that dries just a little, but still keeps me smacking my lips with the acidity. Mouthfeel is crisp as hell, bordering on slicing and sharp.

This is an exceptionally good gueuze, full of funk, acidity and character, but staying crisp and drinkable. Probably not an "entry level" gueuze, due to the high degree of funk and acidity, but a great one if you're looking for the top end of the scale.

lacqueredmouse, Jun 03, 2009
Photo of Suds
4/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This beer pours as a bright and hazy golden color with a thick and white soapy head. The aroma is tart, like lemon juice, with a lot of barnyard and horse sweat funk. There is a touch of yeast and some very pale, grainy malt. The taste is moderately sour, with a citric and earthy flavor. Solidly good. The texture is very nice...the combination of sourness and astringency, layered with the carbonation is very pleasing. Refreshing and very inviting. This is a very nice Gueuze.

Suds, May 30, 2009
Photo of philipquarles
3.78/5  rDev -11.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

75cl bottle. Pours a clear ruddy gold with a nice bubbly white head. Strong smell; leathery, cheesy, musty, and tart. Taste is sour and musty, with an unexpectedly sweet fruitiness--notes of citrus and cherry. Like in the oude kriek, this sweetness tastes artificial and is a bit off-putting. Ends up dry, at least. Medium body with high carbonation.

philipquarles, May 09, 2009
Photo of rayjay
4.6/5  rDev +8.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Had this one about 2 years so lets pop it open. I like to drink gueuze and lambic styles in a pilsner glass.

Great old oxidized aroma is my favorite part. A bit of rubber mixed with old dusty wood too. Great foam and a fine mild haze.

Exceptional drinkability. Refreshing and delicious and extremely complex. Bold tartness, puckering yet not extreme. Aged to perfection. Creamy mouthfeel. Finishes with a light touch of tannins and dryness. Salty, makes you need another sip!

Glad to have this anytime, among the best in it's style. Cheers!

rayjay, May 03, 2009
Photo of Parrotshake
4.35/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Golden orange with a 2 - 3 finger head which is all but gone by about halfway through. Pours clearer than I thought it would. No real lacing on the glass, but the whole thing looks very inviting.

Smell is surprisingly restrained: grapefruit, slight hint of stale bread and vinegar. Not much of an indication of the assault on the senses that is to come.

Taste is.... whoa. Lemon, grapefruit, sour apple, salt, oak, dry leaves, sourdough toast, damp cloth, cheese rind... I may even be missing some stuff. Lingering herbal/tannic bitterness in the back long after the last sip. Mouthfeel is crisp and slightly oily.

A ridiculously refreshing beer that I rate very high for the style in drinkability. Just so good. Invigorating, each sip is like plunging your tatse buds into a cold stream.

Parrotshake, Apr 26, 2009
Photo of tempest
4.28/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Had a bottle in Ghent and was quite pleased. Poured a hazy amber gold and thick white head. The big character here is the toasted oak barrel flavor. After that is more of typical (of great oude guezes) ripping sour tang that hits the back of your cheekbones with lemon, lime, and earthy spice. Delicious. I'll have another.

tempest, Apr 10, 2009
Photo of Gavage
4.22/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Appearance: pours a pale orange color with a short 1/2" white head that falls quickly.

Smell: loads of sour lemons, tart grapefruit, and some fruit sweetness.

Taste: this one has a sharp initial citric tartness / sourness that moves towards a mildly fruity and very dry finish. Little bitterness here.

Mouthfeel: medium bodied. Crisp and lip puckering to start, crisp and very dry at the finish. Aftertaste is long as the sourness of the citrus lingers on the tongue.

Drinkability: this bottle was shared with a friend which provided just enough enjoyment over a slow sipping period. This is not a beer to quaff all night long.

Gavage, Mar 28, 2009
Photo of BretSikkink
4.22/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Golden color backlit with some orange lighting. Head is about one inch after pouring most of the bottle, large bubbles that don't do much but fizzle out. The nose was very tangy, with sour notes all over but not much vinegar. Smells great, and smells drinkable.

Both prove to be true - Hannsens is pleasingly sour and acidic without diving too hard into the vinegar spectrum, although it's present too. Strong citric presence, alcohol is muted. The body is just fine, pretty thin overall but smooth enough. Carbonation makes some elements of the sip seem like carbonated water. Great sour beer, exactly what a gueuze should act like.

BretSikkink, Mar 27, 2009
Photo of emerge077
4.36/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Rare cask serving at Map Room, 10 oz. pour into a Sam Smith glass. Bright orange with a light haze, a surprising puffy head that rises above the rim for a few minutes. Miniscule traces of carbonation rise to the surface. Mildly pungent and sharp, wet wood, with a vegetal note like wildflower and lemon peel compost. Tastes much the same, a moderately citric lemon sourness: 6/10 scale, very soft and supple feel with little carbonation. The woody element seems to dominate, with some bitter tannin in the aftertaste. A few of these would be really great, but I had to limit myself to one. The novelty of the cask serving made me daydream of what it must be like to drink in the rare Lambic cafes found in Belgium. Also, thanks to quinnsi who shared a bottle recently at Sheffields!

emerge077, Mar 23, 2009
Photo of JBogan
4.45/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a rather standard looking medium gold with a small white head which left minimal lacing.

The aroma was very tart with only the smallest hint of vinegar. no alcohol present. Very nicely balanced.

Taste had a perfect amount of citric tartness, very clean.

Mouthfeel was smooth and thin to medium bodied. Excellent carbonation went along well with the tartness to create a very refreshing beer.

This was one of the most enjoyable sour beers I've ever had.

JBogan, Mar 10, 2009
Photo of deliriumfest
4.28/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Consumed on 2/26/09

Poured a beautiful cloudy orange color with no real head. Aroma is very tart filled with the smell of green apple, funk, and dry tartness. Taste is awesome nice tart funk flavor fills the mouth but fades rather quickly. The mouthfeel is smooth but filled with carbonation. Drinkability is definitely due to the fact that it reminds me of more expensive RR sours even though it's a gueze. Overall a great beer and a great substitute when you're craving the above mentioned sours. A pleasure to drink!

deliriumfest, Feb 26, 2009
Photo of wl0307
4.33/5  rDev +1.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Revisiting this world famous geuze ale, this time by a 750ml green bottle, corked and caged; BB 07/08/2024, served cool in De Dolle Oerbier's long-stemmed goblet.

A: pours a clear, dark orangey-golden hue, with very fine carbonation at play and topped with a thin layer of white fluffy foam settling fast to a cap to last.
S: reasonably metallic and lactic notes rest on top of mildly salty-bitterness of old grapefruit peels; a good swirl brings up wheat-ish aroma and the restrained yet elegant woody notes of oak-ageing. Really clean and integrated overall, with almost little hint of the (in)famous stinky/funky fermented edge of wild yeast. Compared with Boon's Mariage Parfait, Oude Beersel Oude Geuze and Lindeman's Gueuze Cuvée René tasted the past three nights in a row, the aroma of this one is by far the most "moderate" and balanced, w/o a desirable "oomph" edge to it, though.
T: an effervescent swallow shows a tremendously tart attack of fresh lemonade and oak-aged cider, laced with light aromatic, tannic notes of dried citrus peels and lightly savoury bitterness. The hugely lactic foretaste is soon overtaken by a mysteriously clean and deeply dry-chewy palate as from dried root-herbs and hops. Again, just like the aroma, the funky elements and oak-woody aroma are both pretty understated on the palate, showing mild influence only in the aftertaste.
M&D: pretty fizzy at first yet softening considerably sip by sip, against a medium body and an integrated but hugely tart-fruity flavour, this oude geuze is enjoyable for the contrast between the sour foretaste and unbeatably clean yet chewy aftertaste. A geuze that never bores and thus is almost quaffable in a sense~~

* Tasting Date: 23/08/06
Freshness info. in absence. Served cool in a large Burgundy bulb wine glass.
4 A: bright, reddish-orangey amber hue, great clarity; a restrained layer of white beer head settles down fast, on top of lively yet very fine and tiny fizziness, like drizzling upside down. Elegant~~
4.5 S: tartly bitter, zesty citrus fruits, like grapefruits+lemons, while an aromatic and slightly oaky/woody apple-ish note prevails on top of the zestiness, almost like dry cider... very elegant; a close sniff reveals flint-stone like mineral note, a crisp edge of sour-yeasts, prunes, metallic hints and a good body of mild wheat-ish malts, remaining dry throughout... overall, the nose is very elegant, fruit-themed, balanced and approachable.
4.5 T: semi-sharply textured, lemon-juice like sour-bitter fruitiness overwhelms the palate in no time, added with an intensely cider-vinegary edge and a touch of Chinese salted prunes ("Hua-Mei")... slightly metallic feel emerges at the wings of the tongue, while the tangy-bitter edge of lemon zests also gradually creeps up along with more rusty mouthfeel attached to the teeth and the rear of the tongue; the aftertaste decreases in sourness and renders a very dry and chewy, woody finish with faintly mouldy and Lambiek's special stinky edge like regurgitated food. Clean and crisp in the end. Satisfying.
4 M&4.5 D: medium-bodied, the carbonation feels slightly sharp upfront, yet turning softer as it breathes; the focused flavour profile is perhaps the strongest point in this beer. It could've been more complex if given some more time to mature, I guess, but the beer as of now is already delicious and full of joy. I still wonder why no freshness info. is printed on the label...

wl0307, Feb 04, 2009
Photo of PatrickJR
4.3/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 12 oz bottle into red wine glass.

A - Hazy golden orange in color. Large, 2 fingered white head rises with retention longer that I'd expect. Head settles to a moderate white collar, no lace.

S - The wild character of this brew is noted immediately. Typical barnyard funk going on, but the most noticable aroma is old leather with a touch of hay and damp rags. Earthy and peppery notes come out as well, all rounded out with a hint of lemon acidity.

T - First on the tongue are the barnyard scents from the nose, vaguely reminiscent of hay, must, and almost manure. A leathery, almost smoky flavor appears briefly mid-palate before giving way to some sourness. The sourness is undeniably lemony, but not as overpowering as some gueuze I've had. Sourness mixes with an old cheese flavor just before a touch of musty, earthy bitterness that dies off quickly. Aftertaste is slight lemon peel, but over all the finish is relatively clean.

M - Sturdy medium body with a moderate carbonation. Although the bubbles get a little lively on the sides of the tongue, they are well contained.

D - For a style that I nearly always find marginally undrinkable, Hannssens is quite drinkable. The main factor here is the lack of abosutely caustic sourness and acidity that I've experienced in other beers. Here, the sourness is much more restrained and the brett/wild character is accentuated. Great stuff.

PatrickJR, Feb 04, 2009
Photo of SkeeterHawk
4.22/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

I've had this one for a little while, and I was in the mood for a gueuze tonight...so here we go

Appearance: Pours a mostly clear orangish golden color with a small head of white bubbles that just meanders about the top of the beer. Not too much action, but there are plenty of bubbles stuck to the side of the glass.

Aroma: The aroma had a bit of a green apple thing going on when i first poured it, but it has settled to a faint component of the aroma. There is some evident tartness to this beer and some dry wheaty aromatics that suggest that the beer is pretty dry. Not a lot of sweetness in the nose.

Taste: The beer is dry, but still has a pretty significant mouthfeel. There is some sweetness that set in the back of the throat like honey to linger with the acidity. There are defined lemon flavors that actually make me think of lemon drops. The finish is pretty balanced between the tartness and sweetness which makes it a rather drinkable brew. I actually feel a subtle warming in the belly after drinking about half the bottle.

Opinion: This is a pretty damn good Gueuze. I like the balance it has, and would actually be a pretty good one for someone who was new to this style. As wild as their Mead the Gueuze was, I was expecting something more assertive. As it is, this is a nice blend. Of course I would drink this beer again, but I prefer like a Girardin Black Label or some such. Either way a good beer to try.

SkeeterHawk, Jan 24, 2009
Photo of n811
4.3/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

Wow, just wow.

Split a 375 mL bottle with my wife. This is our first gueze - been wanting to try one for quite a while.

Poured into champagne flutes - fantastic off white fluffy head. Smell is outrageous - tart apple and musk. I'm a big fan of Jolly Pumpkin beers so once I smelled this my anticipation grew.

Taste blew me away. This is such a sour beer that I almost envisioned that I was drinking a glass of lemon juice mixed with vinegar. The initial taste is totally eye-opening. Further sampling reveals subtle flavors of almost everything imaginable from malty sweetness to faint herbal hints.

Drinkability is definitely low just due to the complexity and tartness, but this was one of the most spectacular drinks I've had.

n811, Jan 10, 2009
Photo of Bobo77
3.2/5  rDev -24.7%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

This was my first geuze so I went easy on the scores just to be fair to the style.I picked this up thinking that it would be like wine, something that I would be able to pair with Thanksgiving dinner. Well I was half right, it was definately like wine, just a wine that I didn't like.

Pours a light, white wine color with some bubbles.

Aroma is like vinegar, totally puckeringly sour.

Taste is that of the most dry, sour white wine that I have ever had. It hit me like a ton of lemon flavored bricks. My brother liked it, he was gulping it down, but he had already ingested a few IPAs as well as half a bottle of Hennepin. Oh and a margarita. But anyhow, this was just too much sourness for me, it took me off guard and perhaps next time I try a Geuze I will be more prepared. I expected a sweeter wine profile, maybe that is what a lambic tastes like as opposed to a geuze...I don't know.

Bobo77, Dec 16, 2008
Photo of davedahl
4.43/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Ah, Oude Gueuze my oude friend.

I picked up a 750ml of this from Sam's in Chicago. I really had to wrench the cork out of this baby but once it relented it produced a healthy FOP!

A medium pour gives an immediate big three-fingers head that's rather delecate but only dissipates down to a 1/2 finger. The beer is a crystal clear golden brew with tiny pin-prick champagne bubbles rising from the bottom of the glass for the duration.

The first whiff is a distinctly lambic/gueuze funk with some sour on the backend. Horse blanket.

Upfront the taste begins very tart and sour, with some healthy funk in the middle, ending with some less prominent, but still present, sweet-tart green apple.

The mouthfeel is fuller than I would have expected - but with plenty of bite. I'm guessing that's lactic acid from the younger of the lambics in this blend.

I accidentally paired it with curry chicken and it was a very pleasant surprise (by "accidentally" I mean I popped it open and 10 minutes later my wife says "ready for curry chicken!?"). They both have distinct and strong flavors but didn't fight at all in fact they seemed to keep each other at bay.

davedahl, Dec 12, 2008
Photo of Traquairlover
4.58/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml bottle poured into tulips.

A - Very slightly hazy apricot colored liquid with a frothy white head leaving very light lacing.

S - Spiced cider, sour apples, wet horse blanket, burnt cinnamon stick, hay, musky smells of an old attic. This is funky in all the right ways.

T - Sour, tart flavors assault the guns and tongue immediately. These are followed by spicey hot flavors of pepper mixed with cardamon and allspice but those again quickly give way to sour crabapples in a long finish. Excellent sour, funky beer.

M - Heavy body, great mouthcoating, stings on the tongue a little, but not in a bad way, more like it is tickling your tongue.

D - This is a great drinking beer. Probably not something you want to pound a lot of, but definitely on the high end if you are in the mood for a geueze.

Traquairlover, Dec 11, 2008
Photo of brendan13
3.98/5  rDev -6.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - A slightly hazy orangey golden colour with a few centimetres of white head that falls fairly quickly. Minimal lace is left.
S - Musty & earthy as well as tart green apple note.
T - A lot of mustiness as well as a full on tart apple flavour with a a slight grainy hint.
M - Fairly light bodied, high carbonation. Quite a tart mouthfeel but not too full on.
D - Not something I'd drink heaps of but I'd definately drink this again.

brendan13, Dec 02, 2008
Photo of echdk3
4.65/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 12,7oz bottle into a flute glass

A_Thin and fine bright white head. Semi-opaque creamy orange color, leaves some wide spread and then spider web lacing

S_Totally funky, comparable to dirty sweaty socks from a gym bag. What a very enjoyable and fun experience it is to totally embrace the funk-tastic smell of this beer

T_Ultra citrus taste, totally tart. The saliva glands really kick in very hard as the beer rolls across the pallet. The aftertaste is mild-strength sweat taste

M_Fairly light weight body, highly carbonated similar to champaign. The circus of reactions my pallet had to this was quite an experience

D_I need to pair this with food, preferably cheese and/or bread (I reviewed this with Oude en Jonge Goude cheeses). If you do enjoy the flavor, then the drinkability is quite high; the beer does not hit you with any hard alcohol taste or impact, so it can be enjoyed over and over again

echdk3, Nov 28, 2008
Photo of aerozeppl
4/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

A:Hay golden color. Poured with some white head but it quickly disapated.

S: Oh yeah.Must funk. Vinegar. Tartness.

T: Pucker city right up front. It punishes your glands with every sip. Some pineapple in the back. The tartness is almost overpowering. Almost.

M: Very smooth. Thicker than other examples I have had. Less carbonation as well.

D: What a way to start thanksgiving. I scared my father with this beer.

aerozeppl, Nov 27, 2008
Oude Gueuze from Hanssens Artisanaal bvba
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