Posts Tagged ‘Cuvee Rene Gueuze Lambic Beer’

I love Lambic beers!  Not the fruity kind with the essence of framboise or pêche or kriek, but the straight up funkified, mouth watering yet dry lambic beers from the Pajottenland region of Belgium.  The insanely high, sour acidity of these beers, fermented with wild yeasts, means that they drink like the wines that I love best.  They’re brilliant before a meal, and with most foods that I might eat. And they’re fantastic in the summer, as I discovered the other day, when I uncorked a bottle of Lindemans Cuvée René Gueuze Lambic.



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