Boon Mariage Parfait Geuze 2014 8% - Bottle Stop

Boon Mariage Parfait Geuze 2014 8%

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2014 Vintage

Geuze Mariage Parfait is an exceptional example of craftsmanship when it comes to blending Lambic beers. Only the finest three years old Lambics are selected to be accompanied by a small percentage of young lambic in a perfect marriage made in brewing heaven. At Boon, it’s all about balance, so in order to provide the Old Style Geuze Mariage Parfait with enough body to withstand the abundance in different flavors, the especially brewed Lambics have a high degree of fermentation resulting in an alcoholic content of 8% Alc.Vol.

Pour slowly in 2 dry flute glasses without disturbing the yeast sediment in the bottle and enjoy this epitome of traditional Lambic brewing. The end result is a refined combination containing the fruitiness of lime zest and tangerine, smooth vanilla, slightly tart, palate refreshing acidity and a warming mouthfeel.

Boon Geuze Mariage Parfait is unsweetened, unfiltered and unpasteurized. To complete the perfect marriage, it is bottle conditioned and can be stored up to 20 years.

Brewed in Lembeek, the village that gave Lambic its name.

Gold Medal, World Beer Cup 2010 San Diego US.

 

About:

Boon Brewery(Brouwerij Boon) is a brewery located in Lembeek, Belgium. They produce mainly lambic style beers. Boon, along with ten other brewers and blenders make up HORAL (the High Council for Artisanal Lambic Beers). 

Since 1975, Boon Brewery has been owned and run by Frank Boon, one of the pioneers of the authentic lambic and gueuze revival. But the first signs of the brewery date back to 1680, as a farm-brewery and distillery in the village of Lembeek. In 1860 Louis Paul bought the brewery to brew only lambic and faro. From 1875, he began bottling gueuze lambic. In 1898, Pierre Troch bought the brewery. But after the economic crisis of 1927, it came into the hands of Joseph De Vits. His son, Rene is renowned for the production of soft and fine gueuze lambic. As Rene De Vits had no children, he sold the brewery to Frank Boon in the 1970's.