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A flavored beer by Lindemans that originated in Belgium.

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A Quick Tip by jlevine

  • Mar 20, 2010
I get that it's good, but too sweet for me.
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review by . December 04, 2009
A mouthful of juicy flavors!
I really don’t like how beer makes me feel so full, but once in awhile I come across one that makes me smile and wanting more. The one I had tried was Lindemans that's produced by spontaneous fermentation.  It’s really sweet and it doesn’t feel like I’m drinking beer. They have peach, apple, black cherry, and my favorite the raspberry flavor.  That’s the only brand I tried, I’m not sure if there’s any other brands similar out there. I remembered …
Quick Tip by . March 20, 2010
posted in The Beer Snob
I tried the cherry lambic and thought it tasted like cherry cough syrup.
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Lindemans Brewery (Brouwerij Lindemans) is a Belgian family brewery based in Vlezenbeek, a small town in the Flemish Brabant southwest of Brussels. It produces lambics.

Lindemans Faro is a lambic beer of type Faro. Nowadays, it is perhaps the best-known Faro brand, though not the closest to the original Faro recipe.

The first Lindemans Faro was brewed in 1978, when the beverage was becoming popular again. At 4% ABV, it is considered a light beer. It is available in 37.5 cl and 75 cl bottles, both closed with a cap and a cork, and now even in 25 cl format, but only closed by a cap.

In 1979, Lindemans became the first brand of lambic to be imported to the United States

All Lindemans products are vegan.

Lindemans come in several varieties including Lambic Framboise (raspberry), Kriek (sour cherry), Peche (peach), Cassis (blackcurrant) and Pomme (apple).

The brewery is not open to the public for tours; however, visitors are able to buy lambic by the case.

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