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style
Brewed by Brouwerij De Troch
Style: Sour/Wild Ale
Ternat-Wambeek, Belgium
Serve in Snifter, Tulip, Tumbler

bottled
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RATINGS: 190   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.51/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 105   ABV: 3.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
New batch in 2016, 37.5cl bottles.

LambruchaTM is a blend of Lambics we select and Kombucha brewed to our specifications. For every batch of LambruchaTM, we must taste and select the Lambics we want to use with the Kombucha produced for us. Lambic and Kombucha are naturally varying products so blending is the essence of how LambruchaTM is made. The Kombucha and Lambic used are living yeast beverages. To our knowledge this is the 1st time 2 living yeast beverages have been combined to create a third, different beverage. For this reason we think LambruchaTM is a truly new drink that combines elements of both Kombucha & Lambic. LambruchaTM is bottled for us by Brj, De Troch, Wambeek Belgium.

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3.8
fonefan (50600) - VestJylland, DENMARK - MAR 27, 2011

Bottle 750ml.

[ Courtesy of Secret Winter Santa ]. Clear light to medium yellow - pink color with a large, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy tart, spicy, tea, fruity - berry, pepper notes. Flavor is moderate to light light heavy sweet and light acidic with a average duration. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft. [20110325]

3.8
yespr (47032) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - JUN 5, 2011
From tap at Monks Cafe. Pours hazy yellow with a huge, creamy and white head. Aroma is citric, tea and slight peach fruity. Citric, fruity and tart. Refreshing fruity and citric. Lingering tea and citric fruity finish. Nice and easy.

3.8
Travlr (25749) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 12, 2010
750 ml bottle at Churchkey, shared with Naheem and Paul. Extra points for bottle appearance. Hazy yellow, thick white head. Aroma of cotton candy and dust. Taste of citrus, strawberry, grapefruit. Very hi carbonation, light to medium body. Very interesting!

4
Leighton (22020) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 15, 2017
Bottle shared in MV. This bottle is at least three years old (I think). Pours totally clear orangeish gold with a small, foamy topping that fades away quickly. The aroma is almost pure pickle juice, with some lemony accents on the edges. Light sweet flavour with very quick, sharp acidity, a little lemon juice, more pickle juice/vinegar, some salt, a little sweat. Light bodied with spritzy, massaging carbonation. Clean finish, super quenching, a bit dry, with more pickle sauce, tart lemon, salt, a little grassy note. This is really fun stuff. I would imagine a lot of people wouldn’t like it, but as someone who really, actually enjoys pickle juice, this is right up my alley.

3.6
yngwie (17168) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - JUN 12, 2015
Bottle, at Novare Res, Portland, Maine. A hazy, pale golden beer with a small, off-white head. The aroma is fresh and lightly fruity, with some lemony sourness. Lemon, some funk, leather and barnyard in the flavor, it’s tart, thin and pleasantly carbonated. Long fruity and lightly sour finish. Very refreshing this one, quenching and quite flavorful. 150609

3.7
jtclockwork (17070) - , New Jersey, USA - JUL 3, 2010
Much appreciated bottle from secret santa. Pours orange with white head. The head dissipates quickly and has no retention. Highly carbonated. Nose is tea and lambic tartness. Taste is tart with very well balanced tea flavor. The tea really shines through and adds a level of complexity to the lambic base.

3.3
brokensail (16633) - Dublin, California, USA - FEB 28, 2011
A: This one pours a surprisingly clear yellow color with a touch of pink and a short lived white head. S: A very earthy nose to this, which was sort of surprising. A bit of a mushroom type aroma, and wet dirt. Spice and phenols along with plenty of yeast. Moderate acidity, but nowhere near what I was expecting. T: The same earthy quality is present on the palate with a strong mushroom, dirt, and wet oak. A big bacterial presence and a lot of lactic acidity and moderate sour. A really different flavor. M: The body is quite light with a high level of carbonation and a dry finish. D: I liked this, which didn’t really surprise me, but considering what it really is, I don’t think I would buy much of this at a fairly high cost.

3.6
Dedollewaitor (16315) - Odense, DENMARK - MAR 29, 2011
Bottle @ J&C, Friday session, 2011. Thanks. Pours clear golden with a pink hew and a large white head. Perfume and herbal tea notes. Floral and spicy. Spritzy and vaguely tart flavor with notes of fruit tea. A bit of cellar. Ends dry. Impressive at 3,5.

3.9
bhensonb (15601) - Woodland, California, USA - AUG 16, 2010
Capped 750 from Half Time. Pours very hazy light gold with a 2 finger foamy white head. Aroma strongly suggests mustard and vinegar. Break out the dogs!!!!!!! Near full bodied with very coarse, foamy carbonation. Flavor starts suggesting sour lemonade, then suddenly goes on to spicey mustard - then more citrus. The mustard nose never leaves. This is very unusual. A mustard sour wit? Pretty good stuff.

3.7
Scopey (15431) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - JUL 2, 2013
Bottle from Total Wines, Tampa. It pours cloudy gold with a small white head. The nose is earth, damp leaf, mustiness, herbal, lemongrass, faint blue cheese and sour apricot. The taste is lemon, juicy tartness, sherbet, lime, sour apricot, mild acidity, vinous and earth with a dry, tart finish. Light-medium body, high carbonation and velvety mouth-feel. I’m not a massive fan of the nose, but it tastes rather nice. Nice refreshing sherbet thing going on.


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