Lambic Beer Pecheresse or peach beer.
Born of a fling between a lambic and peach juice… One of our greatest classics the beer pecheresse.
French-speaking consumers know that the name Pecheresse is a clever combination of the French words for ‘peach’ and ‘sinful’. Continue reading “Beer Pecheresse”
Lambic Beer Framboise the gourmet beer!
The beer Framboise is regularly served at wedding and gourmet receptions.
It’s a beer with a stunning success in the United States… and at all major receptions. Continue reading “Beer Framboise”
One fabulous Lambic beer Faro with a fantastic sour-sweet finish in the mouth.
In 1978, the company brought Faro to centre stage. A true local product!
In the fields, workers drank a lambic beer faro to regain their strength. Today, our faro is the perfect beer for recovering after physical exertion. It is the favourite beverage of amateur cyclists! Continue reading “Lambic beer Faro”
Traditional Lambic Beer Cuvée René in all its splendour!
Probably our most complex product.
The pretty red Lambic Beer Kriek Cuvée René label with its Art Nouveau style was designed by famous American beer importer Charles Finkel. Continue reading “Lambic Beer Kriek Cuvée René”
The Lambic Beer Gueuze (Gefilterd)
Lambic Beer Gueuze filtered before being bottled, this is a sweet variation of old Gueuze.
Filtered lambic beer gueuze (also called capped gueuze) was developed by lambic brewers in response to the arrival of pilsner beers. Continue reading “Lambic Beer Gueuze”
The Lambic Beer Kriek
This Lambic beer Kriek it’s re-fermented in the presence of sour cherries and with secondary fermentation in the bottle results in Kriek.
Spontaneous fermentation is carried out without the controlled addition of yeast to the wort. Continue reading “Lambic Beer Kriek”