Isabelle Proximus | The Lost Abbey
The Lost Abbey
California, United States
Style: American Wild Ale
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 7.00%
Availability: Limited (brewed once)
Notes / Commercial Description:
In March of 2006 five guys, Adam Avery, Vinnie Cilurzo, Rob Todd, Tomme Arthur and Sam Calagione accompanied Lorenzo Dabove, The Prince of Pajottenland, through a tour of Belgium's finest geuze producers. Many of the mysteries of lambic production were answered along the way. They vowed to return to the states to brew a sour beer celebrating their experiences. In November of 2006 they reunited at Port Brewing to brew Isabelle Proximus.
In this bottle, you'll find the answers to many of the questions that were posed along their journey near the river Senne. However, like the mysteries of lambic beers, there remains one lingering question that was left unresolved. We hope like us, the next time you're on a pilgrimage to Brussels you'll drop by the Empire Club and let us know whether you prefer Green or Orange...
Added by John_M on 05-22-2008
This beer is retired; no longer brewed.
Reviews: 219 | Ratings: 439
Isabelle Proximus from The Lost Abbey
4.54 out of 5 based on 439 ratings.