The result of macerating hand-picked whole raspberries on young lambic for at least four months, in a proportion of one kilogram of fruit per litre of lambic. The raspberry lambic is then blended again with more young lambic to obtain a minimum intensity of 35% fruit, and is bottled immediately afterwards.
These bottles are then cellared for at least five months so that the raspberry lambic can develop into a beautiful, traditional, Framboos. Without doubt one of the world’s finest beers and the highest rated Lambic Fruit on Rate Beer, this rich and sour ale is bursting with juicy raspberry and strawberry flavours before complex notes of oak, brett and spice lead to a long and lasting length.
5.5% / 750ml