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Gueuzerie Tilquin Bottling Stout Rulquin

Gueuzerie-TilquinBy this point, you’ve probably heard of Belgium’s Gueuzerie Tilquin, thanks to their incredibly complex, delicious (and accessible) gueuze created by fermenting a blend of wort from Boon, Lindemans, Girardin and Cantillon in barrels. With only 3 unique lambics under their belt, they’ve just begun bottling a new beer today – Stout Rulquin.

Stout Rulquin is a collaboration featuring Brasserie Artisanale de Rulles, created with a blend of 7/8 Rulles Brune and 1/8 lambic, which was fermented in wooden barrels for 8 months. After bottling, owner Pierre Tilquin expects the beer to be available in about 6 months.

Check out some pictures of Stout Rulquin awaking from its barrel slumber here. Let’s hope this one finds its way over to the US!

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