96 points - RateBeer
Bronze - World Beer Awards 2020
The first-ever Mort Subite beer saw light in 1686, and brewing hasn't stopped since. As the only lambic brewer that uses exclusively Belgian cherries, the brewery produces beers with a particular personality and taste: fruity, refreshingly sour and slightly bitter. Fun fact: Mort Subite (also known as "sudden death"), is named after a Brussels dice game called Pietjesbac, which the brewery's founder liked to play.