Joined a local beer club at a Wine Bar where you pay ~$20 for 3 bottles (750s or 22s) a month of their choosing, and weekly beer tastings with different breweries.
A few things I've had that were really good.
Sierra Nevada Ovila
SN brews these using old abbey-style techniques. Tastes pretty good for a Dubbel and I'm glad SN is doing more Belgian style ales. There is a quad coming out sometime (or it's out already and I missed it) Def give it a try.
I tried a bunch of Rodenback for the first time on Monday. Belgian Sours are new territory for me, but I actually liked it a lot! Depending on what you buy its a blend of oak aged beer + fresh brewed beer. Results in a tart beer where you can definitely taste the oak and aging from the barrel, but it's super drinkable and you can kick back a few during hotter days.
The Rodenbach 2007 and 2008 was 100% oak aged and probably my favorite of the bunch I tried. Grand Cru was also good.