This is solid. Clearly rare barrel, but really sticks to classic foudre flavors (at least the few I’ve had). A bunch of cedar, lemon, but of brett, really nice as it’s not super sour. Solid beer. — 12 days ago
Sour beer, refreshing — 2 days ago
Age is a marvelous thing for these sour beers. So complex. Lemons, but different types of lemons, some creaminess, definitely cherries but much more subdued and more dried. Tons of funk with not a ton of Brett which I had been expecting from these earlier days of TRB. Also some honey and grape must. I actually thought of cognac while contemplating the finish. — a month ago
Only Jester King beer that I liked. This is more like a Belgian ale a little sweet and a little sour — 25 days ago
IF, hypothetically speaking, you had a shitty busted up sailboat, you could drink a dozen of these on it every day and not have a care in the world. Doesn't give ya the shits either. — 4 days ago
Making a sacrifice today, we're trying to make some space in our freezer, so a 14 lb. (6.3 kg) turkey is going into our oven after a days long salt brine. We're using this bottle of vintage Rodenbach as a base for the basting sauce, eventually gravy. Luckily we have more in the cellar 😌.
A mellow, toasty, roasted cherry, soft barrel notes...Damn it, I love Rodenbach so much! Awesome at cellar temperature.
Aged two years in Foeder No. 149, then at least two more, if not more in our cellar. Unfortunately I don't track beer acquisitions with the same fervor as wine, so I'm not really sure how long it's been down there. 🤷🏻♂️ — a month ago