I felt the 50th and MG were letdowns - a strange, overbearing mint flavor overshadows the complexity of the geuze in the 50th. The MG just wasnt as good as I remember and compared to the '99 it was underwhelming. I felt the '99 was by far the best of the trio and was significantly more interesting. A lot of the typical 3F geuze flavors in that one, and time seems to have done that vintage some favors. I'd like to try it again next to some fresher 3F vintage and maybe the A&T blend.