Theaxe (3) - Zemst, BELGIUM - JUL 30, 2006 does not count
Orange colour with a white head. Barnyard aroma. Sour acidic flavor. Has a long sour aftertaste with some hints of bitterness. Jerre (3660) - Waregem, BELGIUM - SEP 14, 2006
This "Oude Gueuze" is one like many years ago !. Cloudy golden with small head and nice lace. Sour, fruit - sour and tropical (pineapple), a classy geuze. And a nice surprise. GOOD stuff.
stoigniew (128) - Łęczna, POLAND - DEC 1, 2016
hardy kwas, dość klarowny, drożdżowy w aromacie i czuć sporo rozpuszczalnika, lakieru do paznokci, acetonu. W smaku kwaśne jabłka, kiszonka, bardzo cierpkie. Goryczka mega. Piwo cholernie żywe i ułożone. Kwach aż mordę wykręca co lubię. Gary (1999) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUN 18, 2011
UPDATED: SEP 4, 2016 (Vntage bottl.,corked BBF 2013) WOAH . This nose is so gueuze so insane ...chessey hops...raw apple acidity .,musty brett hardcore shit or say ’horseblanket’ euphemism . : . Grzesiek79 (4314) - Radom, POLAND - JUL 10, 2013
Really tart palate making me wince ... apple and lemon having sex on a haystack ; A subtle richness making this very complex and rounded . Really classy,refreshing and fucking good.
(rerate). A close resembleance to Orval ( at its best) that bone dry bretty madness and thus this is my thing personified.
Znakomite cierpkie i wytrawne gueuze. Kwasne niesamowicie, nie kazdemu przypadnie do gustu zwlaszcza tym co zlopia lagery z puszek. Kwasowosc uderza w zasadzie w kazdej czesci podniebienia i w gardle. Metne, bez grama cukru i slodyczy, ladna piana, rdzawy kolor. Polecam wytrawnym koneserom i piwoszom.
DonMagi (5593) - bantervile, Bedfordshire, ENGLAND - MAY 31, 2007
Fantastic one of the best gueuze’s yet! Notes say: Really drinkable lambic funk,m citrus and grassy hints, not overly sour, good carbonation, super duper drinkable! JorisPPattyn (10026) - Ursel, BELGIUM - FEB 16, 2003
Golden-orange colour, slightly hazy. Little white head, relatively stable for a gueuze. Nose of solvent, (wet) wood, green apples, grapefruit. Fairly acidic taste, but really restricted to lactic acid. Extremely refreshing. Wheat notes. Fruity and estery, something exotic.
Mouthfeel is refreshing and spritzy, but with some acidic throatburn - might there be some acetic acid-sub-tasting-treshold? Aftertaste consists of fruitacids and esters vying for dominance, without ever gaining, and then slowly receding. Probably still traceable in half an hour.
Beautifully restrained gueuze - unbelievable it still exists next to the filtered and sweetened rubbish the public is supposed to like. Perkeo (322) - Portland, Oregon, USA - AUG 14, 2003
Gold with red highlights; fairly foamy with a stable, slow-to-collapse head and some lace. Very lemony, sort of rhubarb and graoefruit flavored too- why doesn't anyone cook with those two ingreidients??? Anyway, a massive and complex traditional Geuze, really true to what I imagine this style of beer should taste like, so many flavors as your palate soaks it up(!)- pine nut, raspberry,green apple, and so satisfying and quenching on a hot summer night(like tonite)! G*R*E*A*T! macguy (146) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - NOV 3, 2004
I’m not sure where the "Gueuze Fond" comes from. The bottle I have in front of me (and it’s still 1/2 full but won’t be for long), says "Oude Gueuze" on the label
Gueuze is my drink of choice and while there are other, more artisanal examples of this syle, the folks who sell Mor Subite, have nothing to be ashamed of. minutemat (5662) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUN 7, 2014
UPDATED: MAY 12, 2016 375ml bottle, 2013 vintage. Pours hazy gold, thin white head. Aroma is sharp woody barnyard funk. Taste is beautifully crisp and sharp, with fleeting mirage-like vanilla on the finish.
75cl bottle from Chez Sophie, Shrewsbury. A decent Gueuze.. quite a mild sour character, subtle barnyard and super dry.