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  • Timmermans - Strawberry Lambic

    Timmermans - Strawberry Lambic

    Strawberry flavour without sweetened saturation - a real feeling of freshness. Its taste is consistent and spreads very quickly throughout the mouth to finish on a touch that is fruitier rather than sweetened.

    • ABV: 4.0%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 330ml
    • Draught: 30 litre keg (A-Type)
    • Style: Lambic Fruit Beer
  • Timmermans - Kriek Lambic

    Timmermans - Kriek Lambic

    An immense cherry flavour, agreeably sweet and fruity bouquet - a long lingering taste with a powerful nose.

    • ABV: 4.0%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 330ml, 24 x 330ml
    • Draught: 15 litre keg (A-Type)
    • Style: Lambic Fruit Beer
  • Timmermans - Pêche Lambic

    Timmermans - Pêche Lambic

    A mature beer with a powerful fruit aroma - sweet and fruity flavour with just a hint of bitterness from the peach kernel and skin.

    • ABV: 4.0%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 330ml, 24 x 330ml
    • Draught: 15 litre keg (A-Type)
    • Style: Lambic Fruit Beer
  • Timmermans - Framboise Lambic

    Timmermans - Framboise Lambic

    Faithfully reflecting the colour and flavour of ripe raspberries, with no trace of the acidity of lambic. This wonderful flavour reaches it peak with its intensely fresh after-taste.

    • ABV: 4.0%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 330ml, 24 x 330ml
    • Style: Lambic Fruit Beer
  • Timmermans - Faro Lambicus

    Timmermans - Faro Lambicus

    Faro is a beer made by adding candy sugar to lambic to mellow its acidity. In the 19th century, Faro was very popular in the Brussels area. Various folk traditions were associated with it, and this ambrosial drink flowed abundantly, thanks to its relatively neutral but extremely pleasant flavour.

    • ABV: 4.0%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 375ml
    • Style: Faro Lambic
  • Timmermans - Blanche Lambicus

    Timmermans - Blanche Lambicus

    Blanche Lambicus is a truly unique beer, as it is the only white beer made with lambic and it could be considered as a session sour. Thanks to hints of coriander and dried orange zest, the beer gets a fruity, light, marvelously cloudy and subtly tart flavour, rounded off by a surprisingly sweet taste.

    • ABV: 4.5%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 375ml
    • Style: White Lambic
  • Timmermans - Oude Gueuze

    Timmermans - Oude Gueuze

    The name Oude Gueuze is protected by the EU and can only be used when three conditions are met: at least part of the old lambic used has to be three years old, all of the lambic has to mature in wooden casks and no sweeteners can be used. Timmermans Oude Geuze uses old Portuguese casks used give it an authentic flavour and the beer has a champagne like effervescence.

    • ABV: 5.5%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x 375ml
    • Style: Oude Gueuze
  • Timmermans - Oude Kriek

    Timmermans - Oude Kriek

    Timmermans Oude Kriek uses the highest concentration of cherries on the market: 400 g of cherries with stones. Stones provide the beer with a both acidic and complex taste that is completely absent in a stoneless variety. They macerate for at least six months in the old lambic. The result after the second fermentation in the bottle: an incomparable taste of full-flavoured cherries.

    • ABV: 5.5%
    • Size (Bottles): 12 x375ml
    • Style: Fruit Lambic

Timmermans At A Glance

Artisanal Lambic Project

Artisanal Lambic Project

American beer writer Charles 'Chuck' Cook discovers that Timmermans brewery have been embarking on an artisanal lambic project for the last several years - and they are very serious about it.

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Lambic Brewing

Lambic Brewing

Lambic is a type of beer brewed traditionally in the Pajottenland region of Belgium.

Unlike conventional beers, lambic is produced by spontaneous fermentation from being exposed to the wild yeasts and bacteria native to the Senne valley. One of the oldest styles of brewing, the process gives the beer its distinctive dry, cidery and often sour flavour.

Brewing History in Each Glass Timmermans - Play Video Clip

Brewing History in Each Glass

Brewery Timmermans is the oldest Lambic brewery, a family tradition and one that has been perpetuated for more than 300 years, going all the way back to 1702 when Timmermans started brewing Gueuze Lambic in Itterbeek, just a few kilometres from the centre of Brussels. 

Owned by Jacobus Walravens, it was also a farm, an orchard, a café and a malt-house. In the early 20th century, Paul Van Cutsem was the sixth generation to run the brewery and son-in-law of Frans Timmermans; in his honour, the name changed to "The Timmermans Brewery”.