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Brewed By: Brouwerij De Brabandere

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Number of Ratings: 727

Style: Flanders Oud Bruin

Brewed In: Rijksweg 33, Bavikhove, 8531, Belgium

ABV: 7.30%

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Tasting Notes

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cowtowndrinker profile picturecowtowndrinker - June 25, 2012
Very sour. Lemony. No rss sweetness.
bhammy profile picturebhammy - June 2, 2012
Good example of the style, but a little over the top on the sour.
brpeter552 profile picturebrpeter552 - May 8, 2012
A perfect Belgian sour. The perfect summer change-up. Fans of sours must try. CT
kmkearsey profile picturekmkearsey - April 12, 2012
Bxl in times square!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
achicone7 profile pictureachicone7 - March 30, 2012
Delicious crisp tArt sour
kcorrea profile picturekcorrea - March 11, 2012
Nice and sour. As sour as monks cafe or cuvée des jacobins but without the sweetness of those two favorites.
dkrenik profile picturedkrenik - February 21, 2012
Light on carbonation and tart. Golden color; malty nose.
lhers profile picturelhers - January 24, 2012
So good! More sour than the monks cafe flemmish sour! Almost a cider taste.
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - December 22, 2011
My first beer of the Oud Bruin style. A very odd and sour beer. Pours clear golden with minimal carbonation visible, a rocky white head with poor retention and a moderate lace. Citrus scents dominate the aroma, while the taste offers predominantly sour lemon through a tart and astringent finish. Mouthfeel reflects a light to medium body with a dryness that masks the alcohol. Can't see myself ever having another of these, though I can see what is appealing about it to those who like it. And then I learned to love the funk! Taste two I noted simply this: amazing oaky wood nose. Tart and acidic. Only mild funk but pretty clean and gave it the current 4.5 rather than the 3 I gave it at first!
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