Brouwerij Lindemans

Brouwerij Lindemans

Framboise Lambic Belgian Raspberry Beer

Magnificent ruby red colour with refreshing charm.

Mild raspberry aroma.

Made with fresh raspberries and sun-ripened hops.

Nice tart taste with real raspberry flavour.

•5% ABV• November 12, 2019 🌨
— 24 days ago

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Soooo good. 🍷
Sharon B

Sharon B

I’ve actually never seen it in a can. I’ve always seen it in a bottle. But yes very good!

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@Trixie Nice pic Cheers 🍻

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