It was, as expected, quite tart on the tongue, with strong lemon and lime notes, more sour apple, and a pleasantly biscuity yeast. The beer was quite effervescent with a thin mouth feel.
On my second pour, I made sure to swirl the beer left in the bottle to stir up the yeast and sediment, which added a golden haze to the beer and brought out sweeter citrus notes and a welcome nut character on the back of the palate. It also added quite a bit to the body. I found this to be a very drinkable gueuze, though I still believe that it would be best enjoyed as part of a meal, perhaps as an apertif or along with a strong, gamey meat.