I agree with what corky said, and also, I believe this is overly bitter for a sour. I usually bitter to about 10IBU, all at 60 (usually about 1/4oz of magnum @60 iirc). The grain bill seems fine for a sour (Flanders) brown. You may want to add some flour (1/4 cup or so) to the boil. I read somewhere (I want to say Raj Apte's essay) that starches help force the brett and lacto to wake up and produce a bit more acidity. I can confirm that they do break down the starch, and there is no haze.
Re Yeast: the Roselare blend is a pretty tasty blend, but it definitely takes a while. I have a flanders red that is a year old and is just getting ready to go into the keg. I have heard that the 2nd and 3rd generations are quicker to sour.
Those are my 2 cents.