Belgium What Lambic for what fruit?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by yinzer, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. yinzer

    yinzer Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2006 Pennsylvania

    Yeah couldn't figure out a good title.

    Does anyone know the answer to this? Each fruit that is added to a base Lambic has a different acidity, sugar level ,etc. So does it stand to reason that the Lambic (which is probably a blend of more than one cask) will be blended to compliment the fruit? And if that's true would that play into the question of aging a fruit Lambic? That once the fruit goes away some of the base Lambic might be more/less acidic/funky?
  2. yinzer

    yinzer Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2006 Pennsylvania

  3. Brabander

    Brabander Initiate (0) Oct 10, 2009 Netherlands

    Refrase that should be what lambic for which toilet. Hahahaha

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  4. Jeffo

    Jeffo Poo-Bah (2,601) Sep 7, 2008 Netherlands

    I'm saving all your quotations in a scrapbook Thijs. On the day you say, "this sour isn't that bad at all," I'm going to give it to you. Remember what you used to think about imperial stouts... ;)

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  5. Etan

    Etan Initiate (0) Jul 11, 2011 Wisconsin

    That's an interesting question. Are there any professional blenders on BA who could chime in?
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  6. doopiedoopiedoo

    doopiedoopiedoo Initiate (0) Oct 2, 2010 Netherlands

    Thijs is a real man... He will not divert to the sour side.
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