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Guest Review: Lindemans Pecheresse



  • Brewery: Lindemans
  • Country: Belgium
  • Style: Fruit Lambic
  • ABV: 3.5%
  • Size: 375 ml
  • Bought from: Cracked Kettle, 3.36€
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    Today it’s time for a second guest review, as my girlfriend Pia will be reviewing a peach lambic. This spontaneously fermented beer is brewed with real peaches and contains a minimum of 30% peach juice, and has been sweetened with both sugar and artificial sweeteners. Let’s see what she thinks about it!

    Lindemans Pecheresse
    The beer has a golden-yellow color, and a slight fluffy white head, that leaves no lacing along the glass.
    Aroma is sweet with a hint of peach.
    The flavour is also very sweet with peachy tones, a mild acidic aftertaste and some sort of slight grassy taste.
    The beer is light and has a moderate carbonation level. It also leaves a sweet and thick taste in mouth.
    Very sweet, almost too sweet for my taste. Leaves a syrupy feel in mouth which isn’t very pleasant. Would probably not buy again because of price.

    The topless lady on the label.

    Thanks Pia for the review!

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