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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Style Examples - 401 to 411 (out of 411) - Ordered by # Reviews
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Name Brewery ABV Avg Ratings > Bros
Sweet Soul Kriek-styleMad Brewlads Craft Co.5.00-0-
CassisAllentown Brew Works ? -0-
Lambic FramboisesFerme Brasserie Schoune4.50-0-
Framboise LambicFree Will Brewing Co.4.90-0-
Mikkeller Old Spontan Ale Aged In Sherry CasksMikkeller ApS7.00-0-
Kelso FramboiseGreenpoint Beerworks / Kelso of Brooklyn5.50-0-
Cranberry KriekWestport Brewing7.40-0-
Lambic De MetropoleBrasserie De Metropole5.50-0-
Cherry KriekIronmonger Brewing7.40-0-
Funky Monkey LambicIronmonger Brewing6.00-0-
Amuse GooseberryThe Wild Beer Co.5.40-0-
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