Sours! All of them, please and thanks. This one happens to be one of my favorites. Not only is it delicious and a near perfect sour, it's also readily available and for an exceptional price. Especially considering the methods used to make a Flemish Ale. Rodenbach has been making beer since the 1800's so the history is all in the sip. It's around 5%abv so it's not here to get you drunk as it is to give you flavor. Dark fruit notes, acidic sour, yet sweet bite, and a very present carbonation but not overwhelming. Flemish ales tend to be nice and vinegary, but in the best way. It's a crazy blend of flavors that just finish so nicely. You're sure to find this where most imports are found. Cheers!
My Score: 90