To be fair, their fruit lambics pretty much are the best, and if you want anything besides kriek and framboise often the only game in town. Freaking out about their gueuze is silly IMO. I'll buy it if I see it, but I'll also buy 3F. I'd probably buy Mariage Parfait too if I ever saw it, but I don't think I ever have (outside of the '03 that Toronado seems to have infinite bottles of). I've considered Hanssens a few times but they were even more absurdly priced than Cantillon, like $30 for a 750 of a gueuze or kriek. Pass. I don't think that conclusion follows. Everything has nearly the same pDev because the underlying forces that generate the distributions are nearly the same (even then they do vary), but I don't think we have a better tool for saying "here's the range of 'true' distributions for this beer". Sure, but that's true about pretty much every limited made by anyone at this point. Which is why I'm coming to the view that rating schemes are pretty much useless.