Don't feel like you have to stick to aany type of style guide lines. Belgian beers sure don't. Think along the lines of Oerbier from the de Dolle Brothers. Dark, 9% belgian ale. SLightly sour and slightly oaky. Probably blended. Very nice beer but not along the lines of any "style" per say. I personally don't care for most sours. Rodenbach is just too damn sour and some of the others I have tried, like La Follie just taste like that sour vomit taste you get in the back of your mouth when you feel like you are going to puke but choke it back. Just a warning. Moderation is generally the key for my taste, a touch of funck but nothing overwhelming. I like mine to taste more like beer than salad dressing. And maybe brew something along side to blend if needed.
OTOH you may like the taste of vomit in the back of your throat, I dunno. Lots do.