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Lindemans Framboise by Brouwerij Lindemans
Lambic - Fruit
0.00 % ABV


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Review by everetends on 11/04/09  
 
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72 2 9 15 3 7 0
Old Review from notebook

Had this in form of a bottle acquired at Dekalb Farmer's Market in Atlanta, GA. Poured into a tulip.

It pours a ruby red with a pink, frothy head. Very pretty to look at.

Smell is of sweet raspberries that is very present, but not overpowering. This a very fruity beer.

Taste is once again of raspberries. A good full flavor, but nothing too heavy. There is slight hint of cider towards the end. Finishes easy.

Mouthfeel is nice besides it being a bit heavily carbonated. Almost had a champagne feel. I wasn't expecting so much carbonation from looking at it, but it definitly comes across.

This a good lambic but it is a bit sweet for my taste to be a common beverage. I do highly recommend you try this beer, especially if you haven't had a lambic. This is a whole different world of brewing.

Served In: Bottle

Review by Oxymoron on 09/24/09  
 
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28 1 6 3 2 2 2009
I feel like a freshman in college again. Pours a mostly cloudy dark ruby red color. A very pinkish red head that was a bit fizzy. Decent retention though did not last through the tasting and no lace to speak of.

The nose is sweet with an almost imitational raspberry smell to it. More along the lines of a wine cooler than anything else. The raspberries dominate any malt or yeast aroma. Some minor vinegar notes but very limited and one dimensional overall.

The taste is very wine cooler-esk as well. Very sweet up front that just lingers into the finish. A big under attenuation note for sure. The raspberries comes out but does blend with a imitational furity note. Some minor malty notes but limited and really cant pick out anything minus the fruit. Some sour notes more along the acidic side but limited. Looking for more for a lambic.

The body is sweet, way to sweet. Looking for a much drier body.

I understand that this is a very low gravity beer and emphasizes the fruit aspect, but overall this is note enjoyable at all. Way too sweet, fake fruit notes, and limited beer notes makes this a drain pour.

Served In: Pint Glass

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