Lindemans Gift Set (4 bottles & 1 glass)

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Shipping Wt. 9.00 lbs.
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4 Bottles & Lindemans Glass

Brewed by: Lindemans Brewery
Country: Belgium
Style: Fruit Lambic
Color: Various

ABV: 2.5%, 2.5%, 4.1%
Ratebeer.com rating: 49, 84, 90
BeerAdvocate.com rating: 89, 89, 88
Bottle size: 8.45 oz. / 250 ml

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Lindemans Gift Set is a great way to experience a range of fruit lambics - Belgian ales fermented with wild yeast - from this family-owned brewery established in 1822. It's a great gift: these beers are so tasty and unique that Lindemans are the best-selling lambics in the US. Includes one 8.45 oz. bottle each of Peche and Strawberry, and two 8.45 oz. bottles of Framboise (their best-seller), plus an elegant tulip glass with Lindemans Lambic logo. Glass is approximately 8" high x 3-1/2" diameter at widest point.

Lindemans Framboise Lambic (ABV 2.5%) Magnificent aroma, delicate palate of raspberries with undertones of fruity acidity; elegant, sparkling clean taste.

Lindemans Peche Lambic (ABV 2.5%) Golden in color; with a nose that fills the room with fresh peaches. Sparkling, crisp and refreshing balance of fruit and complexity from wild yeast.

Lindemans Strawberry Lambic (ABV 4.1%) Rosy hue, with a beautiful aroma of perfectly ripened strawberries. Shows complex, captivating flavors; delicate sweetness is balanced by traditional lambic tartness in the finish.



Lindemans Brewery, initially a family farm in southwest Brussels, began commercial brewing operations in 1822. They specialized in Lambics – a unique style of wheat beer wholly dependent on wild airborne yeasts for fermentation as well as on an exceptionally long period of maturation up to 3 years.

Over time, brewery revenue gradually outpaced farming revenue and by 1930, the Lindemans family was able to cease farming operations altogether to concentrate fully on the brew business.

Today the brewery, still family owned, exports its award winning ales to a dozen countries including the US, where their ales outsell all other Lambics.