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Lambic and wine are closely related. Lambic brewers may use beer ingredients, but the fermentation and maturation processes are similar to those for wine. When lambic undergoes a second fermentation in the bottle to turn into an old gueuze, its natural carbonation and foam formation are similar to those of champagne. That is why old gueuze is often called...
In 1978, the brewery brought Faro beer to centre stage. A true local product! In the fields, workers drank a faro beer to regain their strength. Today, beer faro is the perfect beer for recovering after physical exertion. It is the favourite beverage of amateur cyclists! A lambic that has matured on oak for one year to which sugar syrup is added.
Born of a fling between a lambic and peach juice... One of our greatest classics. French-speaking consumers know that the name Pecheresse is a clever combination of the French words for 'peach' and 'sinful'. A young lambic that is at least one year old, in which 30% filtrate of fresh peaches will macerate.
Our best kept secret. Yet what potential! You won't be able to resist it. Lindemans Cassis has been remarkably successful as an aperitif. Served in a flute, its colour and beautiful purple foam provide the most beautiful effect. A lambic that is at least one year old in which a filtrate of carefully selected blackcurrants will macerate.