Brewery: Brasserie Cantillon
Style: Belgian Lambic (Fruit)
Other Notes: aka and first brewed as Cantillon Zwanze 2009
Brewer Description: (from bottle as seen online, US label) Classic Cantillon lambic made with fresh elderflower by master brewer Jean Van Roy in honor of his mother, Claude, granddaughter of brewery founder Paul Cantillon. Store and serve this rare bottle at cellar temperature.
My rating: 4
My beeradvocate.com rating: 3.97
My ratebeer.com rating: 3.9
Intro: 2016 version. A 500ml pour on tap at Moeder Lambic Fontainas, Brussels into a Cantillon gueuze glass.
Appearance: It was a clear-ish golden orange colour with a two finger white head that had excellent retention and nice lacing.
Aroma: Nose is mainly sour, flowery and grape. (I have no idea what elderflower smells like, so I’ve described it as a generic ‘flowery’).
Taste: Grape, white wine notes, flowers, grape gummy candy, sour and funky.
Mouthfeel: Light bodied with moderate carbonation.
Overall: This was nice and I would drink more, but it’s not my favourite lambic.