Official Lambic.Info thread

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  1. 2plums4one

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    This was a mistake on my part, as the actual bottle date was 2011, but the sticker was 10-11. I'm guessing they don't sell them (10-11 sticker) to go at the stadium... But if they do please let me know.
     
  2. fogindex

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    They do not sell the 2010/2011s to go but like I said, they've lasted this long, I'm convinced they have an endless supply.
     
  3. SeaWatchman

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    Anyone know of any gueuze bottlings from 2/13/18? Got a little guy at home I would like to throw a case or two in the cellar for
     
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  6. SeaWatchman

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    Yup, a bit more technically but 25cl plus room at the top
     
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    Which outlet??
     
  8. fogindex

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    Public House
     
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    Some of these read a little weird, like: "Speling van het Lot III - Ferme Fraise is a lambic blended with one-year old 3 Fonteinen lambic for two months." In the Dutch text below it specifically says it's anot blended.
     
  10. Pneill316

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    I assume it’s just single lambic blended with fruit.
     
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  11. SeaWatchman

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    Yeah, I just cleaned that one up a bit. Hard to write something new when it’s aleady all written out in the label ;)
     
  12. sherm1016

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    You’re missing a page for Cantillon Cinsault 2017.

    Just thought I’d point that out.
     
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  13. SeaWatchman

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    On the agenda! I've got an email with a bit more information in it, I just need to get it moved over to the site. I'm uploading a bunch of 3F stuff at the moment though!
     
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  14. iong516

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    Is there some good info out there about the different things 3F is doing with honey? A&G b21 and b56 were quite different, and it seems like honey may have been added at a different point in the process for these bottles. It's not clear to me from the recent Golden Blend description when the honey was added.
     
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    That’s something I’m trying to work on right now got various batches, bottlings, and blends in hopes of adding some sort of tag or category in the wiki. But yeah, there’s a lot of different stages of adding the honey so it’d be cool to pull them out.
     
  16. iong516

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    Seems like with honing (which I think was used in b21) the honey was added to freshly made wort, and with b56 honey was added sometime around bottling, at least the way I read it? I'd love to try the '15 honing on site some day, it really contributed something cool to b21.
     
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  19. sherm1016

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    For the bottle log.



    Tasting notes forthcoming.
     
  20. iong516

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    ...neat this came out as an OGV :)

    Already great, but I'm really looking forward to tasting it again with the right age.
     
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