Drink Lindemans Framboise

Lindemans Framboise

Relevant Links:
Framboise (Lindemans Website)
Lindemans Framboise (BeerAdvocate.com)
Lindemans Framboise (RateBeer.com)
Framboise (Wikipedia.org)
Lindemans Brewery (Wikipedia.org)


20120909:
[20121024]
I wrote: "It's just fizzy juice. Haha. That is, this drink doesn't taste like it has any alcohol. Though it's tasty. People who like fruity beers should most certainly enjoy this drink."


20130511:
[20130615]
I'm here at Kulminator and I've tried my own Tripel Karmeliet and went on to take a sip of Stefaan's Lefebvre Hopus. Next, I was ready to try Aurelie's Lindemans Framboise. Unfortunately, while reaching over to take a look at the bottle, I clumsily knocked over her glass. While there was still about a glass worth of framboise in the bottle, I still felt bad for what happened.

I wrote: "Framboise smells like candy. Tastes like juice. Delicious."

Of the three, I would say I like the Tripel Karmeliet best. In fact, Tripel Karmeliet probably stands in my top three of beers tried throughout my entire trip in Europe.



Website Information:
Long before hops were common in most beers, various fruits and vegetables were used to season beers. The acidity of Lambic beers blends perfectly with raspberries.

Taste: Magnificent aroma, delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity; elegant, sparkling clean natural taste.

Style: Raspberry Lambic.

Color: Rose. Serving suggestions: Chocolate desserts (especially chocolate decadence), fresh raspberries, ice cream with a raspberry demi-glaze sauce, créme caramel, baked Alaska, Olympia oysters, caviar. Serve in flute-shaped Lambic glasses at 45 degrees.

Serve cold at 2-3 degrees Celsius.

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