Unblended Lambic


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  • Oud Beersel Bzart Lambiek...

    21,72 €

    "Méthode Traditionelle: Brut non dosé"

  • De Cam Oude Lambiek 2018

    19,73 €
  • De Cam Oude Lambiek 2017

    22,12 €

    Unblended 3 year old Lambic brewed in 2014 and bottled in 2017.

  • Oud Beersel Bzart Lambiek...

    20,57 €

    "Méthode Traditionelle: Brut non dosé"

  • De Cam Oude Lambiek 2019

    14,02 €

    Unblended 3 year old Lambic brewed in 2016 and bottled in 2019.

  • De Cam 5 Year Old Oude...

    28,85 €

    Unblended 5 year old Lambic brewed in 2014 and bottled in 2019.

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  • Brussels Beer Project...

    19,96 €

    "BBP's first Lambic blend, brewed at Dansaert. We teamed up with David from Verger du Nord. His spontaneously fermented cider contained all heirloom varieties, 70% pears & 30% apples. Blended 50/50 with our one year old lambic (fermented in Bordeaux barrels) & aged together in a chestnut foeder for 6 months before bottling."

  • 3 Fonteinen Doesjel 19/20...

    11,71 €

    Season 2019-2020. Assemblage #85. Bottled on . on "This Doesjel was bottled on the 1st of December of 2020 and was intended to be an Oude Geuze. Because of the high proportion of older lambikken, the fermentation did not continue in the bottle and the blended lambik beer remained flat. The yeast dozed in, hence the name – a local dialect for that typical little sleepy knock you get over noon. In return, with a natural-white-wine-like aroma and malty citrussy taste, the resulting beer is a subtle lambik blend, with a weighted average age of about 30 months upon its release. The oldest lambikken were brewed at the beginning of 2018. This is the first Doesjel in 75cl bottles since 2006."

  • De Cort Wild Adam

    14,77 €

    Blend of Apple Cider blended with 3 Fonteinen Lambic made by Andy De Brouwer and Manu De Cort.

  • Bobbi Authentic...

    19,60 €

    "This old authentic lambic is brewed according to an age-old tradition. Brewed with dedication and craftmanship in the Senne Valley. The fermentation and maturation took place in the heart of Brussels just above the Senne (in the cellars of the Saint-Gérys Halls). This refermentation allows to marry the tastes of lambic of different ages. It transforms our lambic into gueuze by giving a refreshing fizz."

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