Lindemans GingerGueuze 25.4 oz

Item #7202
Shipping Wt. 3.00 lbs.
Availability: In Stock
$39.95

Award-winning Lambic Made with Ginger

Brewed by: Lindemans Brewery
Country: Belgium
Style: Gueuze Lambic
Color: Golden

ABV: 6%
Ratebeer.com rating: 94
BeerAdvocate.com rating: 3.98/5

Regular price $39.95
Sale price $29.96!
25% OFF WHILE SUPPLIES LAST


Click Here For Beer Shipping Rules & Regulations.
The latest addition to Lindemans' 'botanical lambics' range, GingerGueuze (ABV 6%) secured a Gold medal at the 2017 Brussels Beer Challenge. Lindemans based the recipe on a blend of 12-month-old lambic with two- to three-year-old lambic, fermented in oak with fresh ginger (specifically galangal, also known as Thai ginger).

"The success of our botanical lambics is completely owed to the prime quality of our old gueuze, Cuvée René,"says Dirk Lindemans, General Manager of the brewery. "We have the utmost respect for the history and characteristics of the traditional old gueuze. That is why we only release a new beer when it reflects this philosophy: it has to respect the traditional taste of the best old gueuze, with a surprising extra layer".

Pouring a hazy golden color with a large frothy white head, it offers enticing aromas of ginger, citrus, sour notes, slight funk, and green apples. Taste is juicy, sour, and fruity with a notable ginger zest that never overwhelms. Mouthfeel is light bodied with medium carbonation. Ratebeer.com rating: 88 (out of 100). 25.4 oz capped bottle.

Food Pairings

Serve as a complement to any dish containing ginger, or with a cuisine that often features ginger - Thai or Chinese dishes. It's an ideal aperitif, or for a compelling contrast, serve GingerGueuze alongside rich, deeply flavored foods.


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.