Vichtennaar is its name, brewed by Verhaeghe, standing at 5.1%, quite the mouth full. This is a strange sour beer that only works in sips rather than gulps. Sips bring alcohol, sweet, sour, oak and fruits. Any more and the sour turns to a vinegar like taste. Which I looked up and it seems to be a thing that it should do. Some people like that I guess.
The primary aroma is actually more of a balsamic note, with some hard to find tart fruit, cherry and yeast hints in there somewhere. The texture is light, glides around, watery and also has very low carbonation. But I can say that this beer is somehow nice, complex and something I have never had before.