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On the occasion of the 7th Toer de Geuze, a special Oude Geuze was assembled: the HORAL Megablend. HORAL has since released a Megablend every two years. A total of 16,000 numbered bottles of the Megablend 2009 were produced. The bottle with the label number 00001 was auctioned via eBay. Takayuki Yamamoto, a geuze lover from Japan, made the highest bid: 255 euros. It was the same geuze enthusiast from Tokyo who won the HORAL Megablend 2011 number 00001 for 315 EUR. The Megablend 2009 and 2011 are blends of young and old lambic from eight HORAL members (3 Fonteinen, Boon, De Oude Cam, De Troch, Hanssens, Lindemans, Oud Beersel and Timmermans).
On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the brewers' association and the 14th Toer de Geuze, the HORAL members have created the HORAL Megablend 2022. It is the 8th Megablend in a row. All 11 HORAL members (Boon, De Oude Cam, De Troch, Den Herberg, Hanssens, Lambiek Fabriek, Lindemans, Mort Subite, Oud Beersel, Tilquin and Timmermans) have contributed by delivering an amount of lambic. 29,300 bottles were filled. The outside was printed with a festive tricolor design. On the front are the HORAL logo, the names of all manufacturers, the date 1997-2022, a flag with the number 25 and the European Traditional Speciality Guaranteed label.
Boon produces some of the best sour or lambic beers in the world. Exposed to natural yeasts in the air and left to ferment in giant (and we mean giant) oak barrels, it is the most natural way to make beer and yields a depth of flavour not found in any other style.