bottled in march 2007; limited to 1276 bottles for the Swiss market and 6000 for the USA; ahh, and of course I had the bottle #276, in case somebody still haven't noticed that all bottles have the same number:-) pours a hazy dark ruby-brown colour with no residual foam; the aroma is vinous, woody with notes of sour apples and pine needles; the solid malt body is supported by a fair carbonation; it has some initial sweetness followed and quickly dominated by a robust acidity/sourness; very long woody, fruity and sour finish; once again with the Saint Bon-Chien, the high alcohol content is well-hidden while you drink it but hurts when you reach the bottom of the bottle - one more great beer from Jérôme

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