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  • Beer Apple
    Beer Apple

    Symbolic of nearly 2,000 years of tradition. Apple is the youngest of...

  • Beer Cassis
    Beer Cassis

    Our best kept secret. Yet what potential! You won't be able to resist...

  • Beer Pecheresse
    Beer Pecheresse

    Born of a fling between a lambic and peach juice... One of our greatest...

  • Beer Framboise
    Beer Framboise

    A stunning success in the United States... and at all major receptions!...

  • Beer Faro
    Beer Faro

    In 1978, the brewery brought Faro beer to centre stage. A true local...

  • Red Gin
    Red Gin

    Its bright red colour is due to the pure sour cherry juice added to the...

  • Clear Gin
    Clear Gin

    The clear Lindemans premium gin is the result of an infusion of 15...

  • Beer Kriek Cuvée René
    Beer Kriek Cuvée René

    Traditional kriek in all its splendour! Probably our most complex...

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  • Symbolic of nearly 2,000 years of tradition. Apple is the youngest of our range of lambic beers. A mixture of several selected varieties of apples and a young lambic that is at least one year old.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • A stunning success in the United States... and at all major receptions! Lindemans Framboise is regularly served at wedding and gourmet receptions. A young lambic that is at least one year old in which at least 30% raspberry filtrate will macerate.

  • 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.

  • Its bright red colour is due to the pure sour cherry juice added to the Oude Kriek Cuvée René Lindemans. The red gin is distilled with the same process as the clear gin. Its bright red colour is due to the pure sour cherry juice added to the Oude Kriek Cuvée René Lindemans. This gin is double distilled in a copper kettle and hand bottled.

  • The clear Lindemans premium gin is the result of an infusion of 15 well-chosen botanicals and a distillate of the delightful Old Lindemans Kriek Cuvée René. This Lindemans premium clear gin is double distilled in a copper kettle and hand bottled.

  • Traditional kriek in all its splendour! Probably our most complex product. The pretty red Cuvée René label with its Art Nouveau style was designed by famous American beer importer Charles Finkel.

  • 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...

  • Filtered gueuze (also called capped gueuze) was developed by lambic brewers in response to the arrival of pilsner beers. Due to its 25 cl bottles, this sweetened version of traditional gueuze (which does not undergo a fermentation process in the bottle) had the advantage of being consumed by a wider audience and easier to store in a refrigerator.

  • More than 35 years ago, Lindemans reinvented Kriek Beer. It was a smash hit! In 1985, Michael Jackson (the most famous beer expert of our time) proclaimed Kriek Lindemans one of the five best beers of the world.

  • In the glass a shimmering orange colour, on top a fluffy white foamy head with a compact consistency. This naturally cloudy beer has the discreet aroma of malt and freshly toasted white bread. A yeasty soft palate is caressed by an elegant sweetness which is finely balanced by a discreet hoppy bitterness.

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