Oude Geuze Boon Black Label is the driest geuze made by Boon. It is made with lambic that aged for 1, 2 and 3 years on oak casks (foeders) and characterized by its dry finish, full body, balanced sourness and lively carbonation. It’s a perfect example of how Boon touches and moves the boundaries of lambic beer. Combining this dry finish and full body was a big challenge. The result, however, is an enjoyable, complex and well balanced Oude Geuze.
In his early twenties, Frank Boon fell under the spell of a beer style known as Oude Geuze. It was his ambition to take over ‘geuzestekerij De Vits’ in Lembeek. The roots of this brewery date back to 1680, but René De Vits had no successors. In 1975 Frank started in a cellar in Halle with the production of Geuze.