Gueuzerie Tilquin is releasing not one, not two, but three brand new bottled creations next week as part of its new Winter Pack.
The first new release will be Gueuzérable Tilquin, a 10 percent ABV lambic-style beer made up of a blend of one-, two- and three-years-old lambics aged in oak barrels and fermented with organic maple syrup. In addition, the Belgium-based brewery will be releasing Mûre-Rullquin, a 6 percent ABV ale fermented with blackberries at a rate of 260 gr per liter before being refermented for six months in the bottle.
Finally, Gueuzerie Tilquin will be releasing Rullquin 18|19, a 7 percent ABV ale made by “blending of 7/8 of Rulles Brune (Stout de Gaume) and 1/8 of a blend of 1 year old lambics, which has matured for 8 months on oak barrels.”
According to a post on Gueuzerie Tilquin’s Facebook page, all three beers will be packaged in 750ml bottles and will be sold in three-pack samplers for a price of €29.20 when they go on sale on Nov. 15 at the brewery with a limit of one three-pack per person.