Package has landed:
No SF name....Habitant? as it came from Canada
My favorite part was his note about the Stone Crime "please don't drink it the same time as anything good. It is a great way to end a tasting and ruin a night."
For the second year in a row, I forgot to add a note.
Will crack the Fat Tug tonight. The Black Bridge Rye looks interesting.
Thanks again and happy holidays.
Lambic is sometimes bottled (de Cam and Cantillon for sure and probably a few others) but has not undergone a complete fermentation. I think they have usually been in wood for 2-3 years before bottling. They are flat because the fermentiation is incomplete.
Not quite...gueuze is typically a blend of a young and an old lambic (or several older lambics). Typically there will be enough fermentable sugars in the younger lambic to allow for a refermentation which results in carbonation. For the Golden Doesjel, there was no refermentation.
Lesson learned tonight: Don't thrift with @concealed. I hit the canonical route (shoes, outerwear, suits) and got nothing. He hit the ties...Duchamp, nwt BBGF. Then the shirts...BoO, Gitman Vintage, etc