Southwest of Brussels, in the quiet Belgian town of Vlezenbeek, the Lindemans family has been farming and home brewing as long as anyone can remember. Commercial brewing started in 1811 in their barn-like brewery. Lambic, or spontaneously fermented beers, are among the world’s rarest. Produced more like a methode champenoise champagne, than a typical beer, these products mature in oak for nearly two years prior to release.

Oude Kriek Cuvée René

Whole cherries (including pits) ferment in aged lambic and blended with younger lambic, to taste, by the brewery. Unpasteurized, and not sweetened: cherries provide acidic...

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Lindemans Lambic Gift Box

The best-selling lambics in the USA Fantastic seller all year, but especially strong for the holidays! The Lindemans Gift Box contains one 25.4 oz. bottle...

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Lindemans Faro

A Flemish classic served throughout pubs in Brussels where sugar is added to young, un-blended lambic. Stars sweet, with hints of brown sugar or orange...

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Lindemans Gueuz Cuvée René

Possibly the oldest beer, Gueuze (Geuzza) is unseasoned, wild-fermented wheat beer. It is highly coveted by gourmands in Belgium who lay it in their cellars...

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