“We could not give Cantillon away,” says Engert, now the beverage director of D.C.’s extensive Neighborhood Restaurant Group, including the influential ChurchKey. “Our back cellar was just overwrought with Cantillon bottles, and not just 375 milliliter bottles of Gueuze. There was Fou’Foune, all sorts of Lou Pepe, different vintages—people just didn’t want it.”

Source: America Gone Wild — How an Ancient Tradition Became the New Wave in U.S. Brewing — Good Beer Hunting

America Gone Wild — How an Ancient Tradition Became the New Wave in U.S. Brewing — Good Beer Hunting