Cantillon Rosé De Gambrinus

375 mL bottle, corked & capped. Bottled 23rd December 2009. Blood red, scarlet pour with a big fizzy, pink head on the pour. Obviously this fades quickly to leave no lace and there is almost no retention. The nose makes it obvious that this going to be pretty...

Cantillon Fou’ Foune

It’s funny how these things work out, and over the years I learned that it’s just SO much better to simply roll with the punches. What am I talking about? Well, for many years I;ve stared at bottle of this on the shelves in Atlanta and decide to pass...

Chapeau Peche

Oh gosh, not at all good. Like the “Exotic” version in this series, the pop on opening is disappointing, and the beer remains suspiciously flat. Pour gives a dark golden or amber body with just about ZERO head, retention or lace. Like the pineapple...

Chapeau Framboise Lambic

The 12 oz, mini champagne bottle with dimpled bottom and capped and corked presentation (along with the somewhat cheesy label), is impressive. This bottle came from Camp Creek Beverage near the Airport, Atlanta, GA, USA. Pour is quite well carbonated and gives a...

Chapeau Exotic

12 oz, champagne style, dimpled bottomed bottle. Capped and corked. Pop on opening is disappointing, suspiciously flat. Pour gives a golden body with just about ZERO head, retention or lace. Looks dead. The nose has a strange mixed fruit note with bananas and...