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Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic | Brasserie Cantillon

619 Reviews
Cantillon Gueuze 100% LambicCantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic

Brewed by:
Brasserie Cantillon
Belgium | website

Style: Gueuze

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 5.00%

Availability: Year-round

Notes / Commercial Description:
This listing is for all vintages (Gueuze, Oude Gueuze, etc.).

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Photo of 4000qtrap
4.42/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 5

Source/Serving: Draft @ City Beer Store

S: Chardonnay vinegar, fresh but tart berries, candied lemons and grapefruit, golden raisins. Seamless. Amazing how clean it is with no 'off' flavors. Seriously high quality.

T: Super fresh, crisp and tart with bright lemon and tropical fruits which hit briefly as oily but then as juicy. Eases into more sour depth in the middle along with some unripe banana, grapefruit oil with a light, stale, chardonnay, and bubblegum edge. Hints at leather on top of the lemon that carries over from the initial taste. Fairly dry throughout. Finish is slightly grapefruit pith bitter and not as sour. Bitter raisins, stale white wine, and a little spice with lemon candy/wine lingering sweet and sour which very slowly dries out.

Notes: Flavors are smooth and sharp and lacking anything 'off'. Complex.

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Photo of LiquidBread219
4.5/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A - Pours a nice golden, orange color with a light head with some lacine.

S - Barnyard funk, citrus, grass, sour, and lemons

T - Dry, lemony, and funky. The balance on this gueuze is just amazing. Nothing really over powers any of the other flavors.

M - Smooth, slightly carbonated, and very crisp and refreshing.

D - For a gueuze, very very drinkable. With each sip I couldn't wait for the next one. It was so refreshing and just damn tasty. I will seek this one out again!

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Photo of Cozzatoad
4.09/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

375ml bottle, bottled june 2011

A- Golden yellow, maybe just a bit darker than golden, slightly torbid. a finger of very fine white head disappears in the span of a couple of seconds

S- Great. Strong citric tartness, with lemon in evidence, though notes of apple and grapefruit can be noticed as well. Then some wonderful subtle hints of vinegar and also a slight earthy/barnyard feel. Sweet and rustic

T- Sour of course. Both on the tart/fruity side and on the lactic side. Tartness has dry, pleasantly astringent notes of lemon, apricots, grapefruit, apple and a lively touch of spiciness. Lactic notes bring some balance with an earthy feel and a light funk hint

M- Light bodied, medium carbonation brings a bit of a lively feel. Dry, Sharp and astringent, expecially on the palate. A bit more on the juicy side on the tongue

O- A beer that represents a style a very good one at doing this. Very complex, nice balance and drinkabilty despite strong tartness. Excellent

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Photo of hawks10
4.45/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

2009 Vintage - 375ml bottle poured into a tulip...

Pours a nice hazy glowing gold color with three fingers of very fine bubbled white head which recedes into a cap of white haze on the beer, no lacing is left behind...

Smell is tart and acidic, lemon and sour apples. Some damp hay and barnyard funky love...and an overall thick mustiness. Smell actually reminds me of the damp concrete basement at our lakehouse, eerily similar actually...(imagine a mix of damp earth, a plethora of [used] fishing tackle, lifejackets, cobwebs and old basement...sounds awesome, huh??)

A little less sour (surprisingly to me) than the 2007 Vintage I had recently, but all the other flavors come forward more. Still aggressively tart and lemony, acidic, heartburn inducer. Loads of funk and mustiness, much more so than a 3 year old vintage...I never fully understood "barnyard" til this beer, I just had an epiphany on like the 3rd sip, I said to myself, "self, hmmm, this is definitely barny." Delicious. Cantillon.

Medium bodied with good carbonation, definitely a bit of a "scrubbing bubbles" effect. Has a slick feel after the bubbles hit your tongue and dissipate. An earthy, slightly funky aftertaste...

I love Cantillon, that is all...

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Photo of nkersten
4.3/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 2009 375ml bottle into Cantillon long stem glass. Color is a clear golden with a small white head that fades to a collar. Smell is very typical Cantillon - lots of funk, lemons and bright citrus, pineapple, one of the fruitier smelling lambics I have had. Taste is sour and acidic up front, but as the initial harsh flavors subside there is a lot of fresh lemon and tropical fruit, slightly metallic. Mouthfeel is medium/light body with a light but active carbonation and a dry finish. An excellent Gueuze, one of the best around. I am rarely disappointed with any Cantillon beers.

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Photo of jethrodium
4.1/5  rDev -6.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

375 ml bottle bottled on 9 march 2011. Pours a slightly hazy light amber with a small white head that has good retention and leaves some light lacing on the glass. The aroma is really funky with lots of brett, some horseradish, a light sulfur note, and some earthiness. The taste has a big lactic tartness with lemon, slight horseradish, and lots of funky brett. The finish is tart with earthy brett. Medium body. Low carbonation. Dry throughout. This was drank side by side with a 3F Oude Geuze. I slightly preferred the 3F, but this was still great. I suspect that the slight sulfur note will go away with some age and this beer will get even better.

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Photo of sjccmd
4.3/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottled in 2011

Pours clear light amber/gold with a small white head that disappears quickly.

The aroma consists of barnyard, musty basement, oak, followed by sour apples, overripe fruit, and wet hay. Floral and slightly cheesy. Very earthy.

Tart, oaky, and slightly bitter in the flavor. Funk and some cheesiness. Follows along with the aroma. Slightly grainy.

Very carbonated mouthfeel with an acidic bite. Super dry.

I previously had an longer aged example of this beer which was much more complex. The sourness and funk really jumped out. However, even fresh, this beer is near perfect.

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Photo of Bmoyer0301
4.29/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5


This beer comes in a well presented 375ml green bottle with a cork and cap, which really amps the artistic look to it. I pulled the wrapping off and got a pleasant pop noise as I slid the cork out and reached for my new tulip which was given to me by a friend. I gave this beer a healthy straight on pour and it greeted me with a sold three finger thick head which appeared to be really light and fluffy. I'm holding my glass up to the light and I'm getting a really vibrant dark gold color that has a slight amount of haze in it. As typical I gave the glass a nice swirl and didn't really get any legs running down the wall which confirms that this is a nice light beer.


Right off the top there is a huge bouquet of sour apples, grassy hay like aromas, with some acidity and vinegar thrown in. This almost reminds me of a dry cider that was soured intentionally, with some lemon and faint oak notes thrown in. This is a real nice challenge to pick out all of the nuances going on here since it is so complex... wait I have another good descriptor for you...hear me out...this is almost musty smelling like and old basement.


Holy *@$& is this sour! I took my first big sip and it made my eyes close it was that tart. Now don't get me wrong here this isn't a sour like when milk goes bad this is a pleasant flavor adding tartness meshed with complexity. I'm pulling out loads of lemon, acid, barnyard funk, citrus, and lots of fruit. Almost every sip I take the flavor profile changes and I love every one! This is the true meaning of fermented art work because this beer takes a true test of time, skill, and a little bit of insanity to make. The beer has a real dry finish almost like a brute champagne and really is a nice because you want to keep coming back for more on a hot day like today. But in a whole there is no other way to describe this but just mouth puckering tartness.


This was an amazing shock to the taste buds today, I recommend that everyone breaks away from their favorite style once and awhile just to give your senses something new to enjoy. As far as drinkability goes, this one is really going to be up to you because it is so different from any style out there. I'd say that its pretty drinkable but not in large quantities and I'm glad that it was in a short bottle. This beer was refreshing and tart and I could see it pairing very well with lots of foods and desserts. If you happen to come across this style of beer go for it, you never know what you'll think unless you try it

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Photo of berkey
4.37/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

12.7 oz corked and capped bottle poured into a La Trappe glass. From 10/03/09 notes. This one has a yellow label with a man drinking in a chair.

Opens with a nice champagne pop and pours with a loud hiss. A small head forms and immediately fades almost completely. Body is that cloudy, almost dirty yellow-orange of many Cantillon brews. Very fine carbonation is easily visible.

Aroma very pungent with a high amount of what is so often called horse blanket. Having never been in a stable I'd sooner say 'dirty towel' but you get the picture. Faint sweetness comes through just enough to make itself known along with some sour bread notes. Funk is really the most intense smell though. Has that 'are you sure this is safe to drink?' character that the funkiest lambics share.

After the zaniness of the nose the flavor isn't as intense as I expected. Actually fairly balanced all things considered. Funk is there in good measure, at first in the aftertaste, then more as it reached CA room temperature. Not harshly sour, slightly dry, faintly sweet, with a good woody character.

Very drinkable once I adjusted to the funky pungency but I'm still glad I went with the smaller bottle. 750 ml of Gueuze is a little much me. Feel was excellent with the pleasantly intricate prickly carbonation.

All in all another highly enjoyable Cantillon brew. These beers are becoming a regular part of my beer runs. Hopefully I can find more Cantillon offerings in these smaller bottles as the big ones are a little pricey.

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Photo of shleepy
4.57/5  rDev +4.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Served from a 375mL bottle into snifter. Spoiler alert: I've had this beer many times before, and I think it is the best "common" / mass-produced gueuze on the market... though the 3F comes close.

A: Slightly hazy, gold. Small, white head that quickly dissapears.

S: Oak, pine... general "cellar smell." There is a certain fruitiness to it, as well (citrus?).

T: Incredibly delicious. What sets Cantillon apart from the others is the absolute balance of all elements. It's got oakiness, subtle citrus and maybe apricot, funk, and sourness, but nothing excessively sticks out.

M: Oh, and there's also the beautiful mouthfeel and body. It's sour, pleasant, and very light. You could drink this beer all day.

O: Some breweries are overrated and overhyped. And I'm not just talking about companies like Dogfish Head, but even the actual good ones - say, Russian River. I like Russian River, and drink their stuff regularly, but they do not deserve the hype (heck, I prefer Cascade Barrel House). Cantillon and 3 Fonteinen really do deserve their hype and their wonderful reviews. The Cantillon gueuze is just amazingly balanced. I can see why some people prefer the 3F (and I love that one, as well), but Cantillon keeps its oak flavor in check, thereby creating a beer that is extremely easy to drink and exposing an array of subtle but interesting flavors.

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Photo of phichifiji00
4.2/5  rDev -4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

November 2009 Bottle, poured into Bruery Tulip Glass.

Appearance: Golden Blonde, medium lasting white head.

Smell: Sour, horse blanket, bell pepper, spicy.

Taste: Tart, Sour, classic lambic base.

Overall: Good sour beer, no fruit flavors or other additives.

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Photo of TheJollyHop
4.57/5  rDev +4.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

After removing the cork which cracked in half, no doubt due to improper storage (2009 vintage) a cloudy orange/brown and medium amber body cascades down the glass, releasing a one finger's worth of white quickly dissipating head.

Deeply complex taste with soft, tart fruits, hay, lemons sprinkled with sugar, and a vinegar-like middle. Also some green grapes and what I detect as a mix between pepper and nutmeg and other spices; some delicious yeast and funk to be sure. This beer is truly a masterpiece given its exquisite balance and no off flavors. Each sip gives a different experience as the beer changes and unfolds throughout the duration of the imbibing experience. Suffice it to say, I ended up just having to enjoy this brew after giving up trying to do some in depth analysis.

Sugary malt character adds balance but doesn't distract from the funky, tart interplay. Bitterness tingles early on but disappear as sourness crescendos. A desire to keep experiencing the flavor roller-coaster yields an excellent drink-ability rating.

Medium carbonated with a fluffy light to medium body. Smooth and slick over the tongue. Refreshing and invigorating; a perfectly crafted lambic.

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Photo of Thur123
4.33/5  rDev -1.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

This beer pours a hazy golden straw color with little head and no retention. The carbonation is mild. The smell is tart Granny smith apples, dank basement musk and bits of white wine, pepper and cider. Less tartness than the Oude Gueuze I sampled last night.

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The flavor is crisp and very tart apples with a dry finish. Ethers are slightly present as well as dry vinegary aftertaste. Over all the mouth feel is much less busy than the Oude and this comes across as a more focused and easier drinking gueuze than the Oude. Actually this is MUCH easier to drink than the Oude and I find the overall effect of this beer more inviting. I would use this to entice wine fans over to the beer side of things. Overall a great and tasty beer, and a wonderful (introduction to as well) gueuze.

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Photo of IPAcraig
4.47/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

One of the 21 beers I brough back from belgium. This one was bottled in 2006. I shared it with some friends back in Tallahassee.

Poured into a wine glass.

A - Pours a nice semi cloudy yellow color. Almost no head, but with a bit of carbonation fizz popping at the top.

S - Holy cow, one of the best smelling guezes Ive had. Big on the sour end, with a bit of earthiness, and footiness (thought the footy aroma is not overpowering like it can be in other geuezes). Slightly lemony and sweet at the end.

T - This one will make you pucker. Hugely sour, extremely tart. I absolutely love it. Sweetness is more apparent in the taste than in the smell. Lemony with a bit of grapefruit in the core (though not hoppy grapefruit). Finishes slightly grassy. Just when you think you wont taste the earthy, footy smell that was in the nose, it is there as the beer warms and rolls over the back of your tounge. I love this beer.

M - Very light, however it does not feel thick or chewy despite the low carbonation. Nice mouthfeel, anything heavier would have detracted from the sourness.

D - This beer is not the most drinkable. I could probably go for one 750ml bottle in a sitting, though the sitting would at least be an hour long. I love the sour flavor, but I can only sip this beer (seems strange for a beer that is only 5%). I love this beer, and I want more.

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Photo of foogerd
4.2/5  rDev -4.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Label says it was bottled in March 2010.

A- Hazy golden orange body, the pour produces about a half an inch of a head which disappears pretty much right away.

S- Sour lemon and slightly sour orange, moldy wet wood, some wet leather.

T- Sour lemon juice poured over unripe green grapes, lots of fresh funk. Some age would do well with this.

M- Lots of carbonation that makes this Gueuze a refreshing brew.

D- This is not for the unintiated to the Gueuze style, its delicious nonetheless, low in abv with a light body and endless complexity making it a constant journey of taste.

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Photo of Bubba83
4.55/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 375ml bottle into a tulip at 50 degrees.

Appearance is a beautiful hazy sunrise orange with bright white two finger width frothy head which is making a bit of noise :) Great retention and it's sticking onto the sides with lots of spider webbing.

Smells like lemon, straw, hay, funk, and flowers. Difficult for me to describe everything going on, but I love it.

Tastes a lot like apple cider vinegar in the background, but a lot of nice sour apple, lemon, funk, and general sweet tart aspect.

Mouthfeel is wonderful. Can't be improved period. It's oily, feels full in the mouth and it's lovely.

Overall this is one of the best geuzes out there. I definitely have trouble describing the geuzes, but I can tell you this one is delicious!

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Photo of Falcon91Wolvrn03
4.04/5  rDev -7.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Appearance – A mostly clear, golden orange color. Pours a thick head that recedes to a thin layer and stays with the beer. Leaves a light lacing.

Smell – Cider, a light citrus, hay, and sour FUNK.

Taste – Taste is sour. A little vinegar, lots of funk, and maybe some champagne.

Mouthfeel – Lightly carbonated. Tartness lingers in the aftertaste.

Drinkability – A bit on the sour side for my taste.

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Photo of weatherdog
4.18/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

75cL bottle poured into a fluted pint glass

Bottled October 3rd 2008

It pours a golden straw color with a thin head the surprisingly stays present throughout the whole glass. Tiny tiny champagne like bubbles are constantly rising to the surface making for a highly effervescent drink.

The nose is just acidity all the way. It's like a kind of sour tart lemon smell without as much lemon aromatics. There are hints of vinegar character behind that.

The taste starts off with a mouth puckering tartness that my novice sour palette has not experienced before. Followed by some dry leathery taste and some citrus sourness. the middle is this obvious brett taste that impossible dries out my mouth mid sip. It ends with another smack of tartness and a backbone of sweetness that lingers for a while. The sour/sweet combo at the end really was a nice finish.

The carbonation is really high. I haven't tried more than a handful of real lambic style beers and this is only my third gueuze so I don't have a good sample size whether I prefer a high or low carbonation on these styles of beers. I'm leaning towards that I prefer low carbonation because I tend to keep each sip in my mouth longer in order to fully taste and appreciate the flavors. In a highly carbonated example like this the carbonation gets too distracting. Despite of that and how sour it is I still found it of above average drinkability and my mouth wasn't permanently puckered and weeping after the whole bottle.

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Photo of Richardberg
4.07/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A - Feb 2008 vintage. Poured into a Chouffe goblet. Orange color is cloudy but bright, almost shiny. Small but dense head. Looks sticky when swirled.

S - pale hops, sour apple, earthy straw. Distinctly woody, but much lighter than other aged beers: wet pine might be a good place to start describing. Certainly none of the oak or bourbon aromas you sometimes get. And let's not forget the yeast! Plenty of funky brett if you sniff for it. The predominant smell is sourness though, not funk.

T - Nicely sour from start to finish, without diminishing the complexity of the aromas one bit. I wouldn't call it crisp in the sense that ciders can be, but it certainly doesn't make you pucker either, as some earlier reviews have claimed. I will admit that there's more of a straight-up vinegar flavor present now, vs the more fruity & floral sourness of the smell, but it's not overpowering.

M - pretty light body, moderate fizz (doesn't last long though, especially at the ideal serving temps), finishes dry

D - very easy thanks to the ABV. Assuming you like sour beers, I suppose!

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Photo of dogfooddog
4.47/5  rDev +2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

750ml dated 'fifth bottling, october 2000'. cork says bottled 2000 also.

pours large head with absolutely fabulous aroma - has the typical cantillon mustiness with a very astringent nose. I have owned a number of these bottles for a few years and this batch has improved markedly over time.

taste is acidic, but not overwheliming puckerish, somewhat complex and very refreshing. the finish is moderate and sour, overall a very good result. at this age it is by far the most complex of any gueuze i own at present. Having had many of cantillon's other products recently it is kind of odd not to taste any fruits or other oddities, but this gueuze is extremely pleasant.

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Photo of fear025
2.28/5  rDev -47.9%
look: 3 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2 | feel: 3 | overall: 2

Aroma:Sour lemon and apple in the nose, with a funkiness.

Appearance:Pale golden orange, weak lacing, weak head.

Taste:On first taste, the sourness hits very hard. After that it gets easier to drink, and I start to get some faint citrus.

Mouthfeel:This one is harshly astringent on the back of my throat, which is helped by the mild carbonation.

Drinkability:This 2009 vintage is still kind of harsh, it probably needs a few more years in the bottle.

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Photo of UTCengOwl
4.44/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Had this in a bottle split with a few friends. The cap had some water under it and smelled bad... but I don't think that changed the beer. Served in a Great Divide balloon glass.

This beer is yellow. Maybe yella. Thin white head that dissipates quickly. However, the bright yellow color gives a feel of the funk that's about to hit me in the face.

The nose is instantly recognizable. I was worried about the cork tainting the bottle... But the nose told me everything was alright. Characteristic Cantillon funk. Complex and inviting... but somewhat hard to describe.

The taste is lightly sour, but mostly funky. It's not a building flavor and it changes constantly as the glass warms up. There's no vinegar in here and the sour is completely clean. The funk is the star of the show though and makes this beer a distinguishable classic. Just a fantastic drinking beer that goes down well and stays interesting. Carbonation is also completely balanced.

This is indeed a classic gueuze. Easy to drink, but funky and sour enough to always make everything interesting. A great effort.

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Photo of ragnar3
4.24/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Vintage 2014 bottle pour into a wine glass. Funky, slightly sour, hay with a bit of brett. Lighty acidic and better as it warms. Tart and refreshing, excellent overall.

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Photo of Nachojon
4.78/5  rDev +9.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

From notes, bottle to white wine glasses on 12-22 with the girl. My first Cantillion.

A- Poured like champagne on the side of glass yielding thin head and a golden hay color. Hazy and nice carbonation rising throughout.

S- Nice funk to it. A little barnyard like things have been eating and then doing what comes next. But nice.

T- Love that tart. Like you just want to slowly let it sift into your mouth and let the sour hit, then the flavors, apple, cider, some pear and then barnyard with a smooth finish. You can taste the quality.

M- I love the puckering but it lets you move into some real nice flavors and leaves you wanting another pucker.

O- I haven't gotten into to much Gueze, Wild, Sour territory so what a great start. Really awesome.

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Photo of Lolli1315
4.64/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance- Orange Gold in color, slightly hazy but still can be seen through. Small, fizzy white head that disappears almost completely besides a ring around the glass.

Smell- Tart smell from the beginning with green apple complimenting underneath. Some slight funk/earthy character to go along with the tart.

Taste- Slightly malty/sweet in the front as pear and green apple emerges slightly after. Musty basement character develops in the middle, but not overpowering. Sour, acidic character rises in the end sharply and continues into the finish.

Mouthfeel- Medium-light body, very dry in the finish.

Overall- Mmmm, good way to end things here. You can tell that there probably was some more fermentation that could have happened in the bottle (from the youngest added lambic), but still delicious.

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Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic from Brasserie Cantillon
97 out of 100 based on 619 ratings.
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