Brouwerij Lindemans Oude Kriek Cuvée René, and more

Lindermans’ an Iambic beer brewery that produces specialty beers, also works with other brands to create collaborative select brews. They aren’t afraid of experimenting with their products and showcasing them at festivals across the European and American stages to expose beer drinkers to new experiences. Some featured brews are SpontanBasil, created with a Danish brewer, and the Linderman brews are: BlossomGueuze and GingerGueuze which is the newest one to appear on the market. They have classics from the 1960s to what was produced in 2016. In short, they’re very competitive and consistent in their choices of what mixtures they put in their Iambic brews.

Key Takeaways:

  • Lindemans has expanded its portfolio recently, including a collaboration with Mikkeller on a lambic blend fermented on oak with fresh basil added.
  • The brewery’s newest offering, GingerGueuze, combines sourish lambic with refreshing ginger.
  • Oude Gueuze Cuvée René is Lindemans’ flagship lambic, serving as a gateway to the style for many beer lovers.

“Lindemans, which was founded in 1822, produces a quality wort that is used by most of Belgium’s lambic blenderies: Bokke (formerly Bokkereyder) as well as De Cam, Hanssens, and Gueuzerie Tilquin.”

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