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Lambic - Fruit

In the case of Fruit Lambics, whole fruits are traditionally added after spontaneous fermentation has started. Kriek (cherries), Frambroise (raspberries), P�che (peach) and Cassis (black currant) are common fruits, all producing subtle to intense fruit characters respectively. Once the fruit is added, the beer is subjected to additional maturation before bottling. Malt and hop characters are generally low to allow the fruit to consume the palate. Alcohol content tends to be low.

Some breweries opt to use fruit / sugar syrups vs. whole fruits, producing very nontraditional sweet versions of the style.

Average alcohol by volume (abv) range: 3.0-8.0%   [ ? ] 

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Name Brewery ABV Ratings < Score
Côte-d'Or - Double CeriseRowley Farmhouse Ales6.4000
La Sirène Chèrie KriekLa Sirène Brewing ? 00
Chardonnay LambicBokkereyder12.5000
DombicBrasseurs Du Monde5.5000
#13 Rasberry SourVenn Brewing Co.5.0000
Raspberry LambicRoyal Gorge Brewing Co. & Restaurant ? 00
Le Raspberry SourOld Stove Brewing Co.4.8000
BurstGreat Rhythm Brewing Company6.2000
Framboise LambicCarver Brewing Co.5.2000
Friar's Blessing Raspberry LambicWhitstran Brewing Company ? 00
Montmorency Sour CherrySix Rivers Brewery6.0000
FramboosBrouwerij Hof Ten Dormaal6.5000
Fuzzy Peach AleBRIM Kitchen + Brewery4.7000
Cherry LambicGood Hops Brewing LLC6.5000
Framboise LambicPropeller Brewery4.2000
Keyte Kriek MagicBrouwerij Strubbe8.0000
Sweet And SourMikkeller ApS7.7000
Old Salem Batch #5 Peach SourMayday Brewery5.5000
Mort SubiteBrouwerij Alken-Maes ? 00
SpontanVendersgadeMikkeller ApS5.5000
SpontanSukhumvitMikkeller ApS5.5000
Blanche FramboiseLe Triangle Restaurant & Microbrasserie4.5000
Brewers CreekBridge Road Brewers4.5000
Guilty Party Sour Plum AleLegal Remedy Brewing4.2000
VishnyovoyeBlad Baher4.5000
Guilty Party Wild Cherry SourLegal Remedy Brewing4.0000
Crazzzy CherryBlad Baher4.3000
Frambuesa MokaEngine House No. 98.2000
Milly's Blueberry/Raspberry/LambicsStark Brewing Company5.8000
OWA Ichigo LambicOWA Brewery SPRL5.5000
QV10À La Fût5.5000
Lambic FramboisesFerme Brasserie Schoune4.5000
Framboise LambicFree Will Brewing Co.4.9000
Double Plum SourCrucible Brewing8.0000
Kelso FramboiseGreenpoint Beerworks / Kelso of Brooklyn5.5000
Cranberry KriekWestport Brewing7.4000
Lambic De MetropoleBrasserie De Metropole5.5000
Cherry KriekIronmonger Brewing7.4000
Funky Monkey LambicIronmonger Brewing6.0000
Amuse GooseberryThe Wild Beer Co.5.4000
Vieux Bruxelles Framboise LambicBrouwerij Van Honsebrouck N.V.2.8013
Sûr à CassisKorrigane - Brasserie Artisanale4.9012.97
Blackberry Whiskey SourCool Springs Brewery6.2013.43
The Brew Kettle Funk Works Quick KriekThe Brew Kettle Taproom & Smokehouse / Production Works5.0013.42
Ambar RojaLa Zaragozana S.A.6.7012.59
Amuse BoucheThe Wild Beer Co.5.4013.7
Raspberry Kettle SourHall Brewing Co.5.8013.56
Clavis and PurpuraOEC Brewing (Ordinem Ecentrici Coctores) ? 14.56
Cherry Mountain SourDraught House Pub & Brewery3.7014.25
Project Opus 20 SPD ReserveTwo Brothers Brewing Company7.0014.89
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