There aren't very many lambic style beers in the U.S. that can stand up to the ones over in Belgium. But there's a small Geuzeria that popped up in Wisconsin that is churning out sours that are rising in popularity. Bosbes is one of the releases from Funk Factory Geuzeria, and is a blend of lambics that were aged in used french oak wine barrels for 18-24 months. Then, it's re-fermented with two pounds per gallon of blueberries for 6 weeks. The result is funky and sour, but approachable with a balance that shows plenty of promise for this upcoming brewery.