A blend of New Morning and 18 month aged 3 Fonteinen Lambic refined for at least 12 months in bottle. It has a surprisingly citrus nose of leather, cellar and animal with hints of dried flowers and honey.

The best part about lambic beers is the fact that there is not a lot of planning behind it. It is allowed to be spontaneous and that is exactly what turns it into a fun and funky beer. Unlike the usual beers, these blends have a unique flavor and gives unusual hints of smells and textures. Aging is very important and after spending at least twelve months in bottles it is just right to be consumed. The citrus flavor makes it seem both fresh and mature at the same time. This blend has a unique taste and it ends up lasting in your mouth for a long time. It leaves you with a nice aftertaste and leaves you happy. Beers are very different from wines and people generally are either wine lovers or beer lovers. But this is one blend which is popular with all kinds of drinkers and an afternoon lunch with this beer can be just perfect. If you are new to lambic beers and have never tasted one before, this could be your introduction to some really fantastic beers. Get the facts about this and more such tasty and addictive beers by reading about them online.

Lasting and sapid in the mouth with a sour finish that always makes the lovers of this blend smile.

This beer could very well make you develop an addiction for spontaneous fermentation and turn your entire world upside down!

ABV.6,2% 14°P

After a mechanical breakdown, 3 Fonteinen Brewery of Beersel (possibly the best Lambic blender in the world) had economic damage in the summer of 2009. The news caused such a stir in the International beer movement that I called Armand to know how things were. As he needed to sell his Lambic, I immediately got inspired to blend our New Morning with his beer. We selected three 18 month old Lambic barrels that we siphoned in a small tank on our truck. The journey back was long and hard, myself and Manuel took turns driving through Belgium, France and Italy only stopping for gas. After days hand bottling and months of maturation, the outcome has gone over and beyond our expectations and we can say with pride that it was worth it!