Gueuze – http://beeradvocate.com/beer/style/14 - BeerAdvocate
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Appearance – It took awhile for the bartender to serve it as I am sure he needed to allow the head to reside to provide me with a proper pour. The gueuze was a golden straw color with nice carbonation.
Aroma – I picked up a musty, earthy, grassy aroma with hints of tart citrus and a touch of vinegar.
Taste – I could definitely taste the yeast and a nice bread taste that was quickly followed by tart, sour notes. The sourness was not overwhelming and was more like eating tart fruit and just a touch of wine vinegar.
Overall – B – I enjoyed this Gueuze and it was easy to drink. I enjoy sour beers and I would have this one again.
Website description - Golden-blond, unfiltered, unsweetened. An extremely pure beer with a long history. A humble nose with a lot of fruit, dominated by young sour apples. An extremely dry aftertaste, which immediately demands another sip. A delicious thirst-quencher that reminds you of its history with every sip.
St. Louis Fond Tradition Gueuze – http://www.vanhonsebrouck.be/en/sintlouis-gueuze-fond.html