Brewed by Timmermans (John Martin)
Style: Witbier
Itterbeek, Belgium
Serve in Tumbler, Weizen


on tap

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RATINGS: 459   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.2/5   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
There is no other beer like Timmermans Tradition Blanche Lambicus anywhere in the world because it is the only white lambic beer. By adding spices such as coriander and dried orange zest, a light, fruity beer is created. It is subtly spicy and deliberately made cloudy. Should ideally be drunk from an authentic stoneware pot.

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DutchDrebus (6197) - Oirschot, NETHERLANDS - JAN 22, 2017
Bottle @ home. Very pale yellow colour with no head. Smells coriander, herbs, malts, Delirium Tremens. Tastes sour, orangepeel, fresh, coriander, fruity. Kinda weird but nice. Thin to medium body, soft to medium carbo.

Wixie (668) - BELGIUM - JAN 12, 2017
Semi hazy pale yellow liquid, no head. Refreshing fruity aroma. Light body, no carbonation. Taste is sweet.

bergstaden (3200) - Røros, NORWAY - NOV 30, 2016
Hazy golden with a white head - Malt aroma - Malt body with citrus and some funky and spicy flavours - The citrus and spicy hints goes into a long finish - This was nice

rostetti (385) - Oulu, FINLAND - NOV 30, 2016
Bottle. Pours clear yellow with white head. Aroma has some wheat malt, fresh fruits such as lime and lemon and coriander. Taste has also lemon and lime with coriander, some malt. It is a bit sour too. Good beer.

ston3s42 (235) - - NOV 4, 2016
Light golden appearance with little head. Tastes of lime and fresh fruits. Medium body, fine carbonation and a finish of lime. Surprisingly sour to be wit, and surprisingly good

sdmmb (1858) - BELGIUM - OCT 29, 2016
Drunk on draught at Jesus Erik restaurant. Enjoyable traditional white lambic style ale. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

BeerandBlues2 (13825) - Escondido, California, USA - OCT 25, 2016
Draught at A La Becasse. Pours cloudy yellow with a medium, frothy white head, medium retention with good lacing. Aroma is coriander, earthy wheat malt, perfumey and floral. Flavor is perfumey coriander, lemon and orange zest, earthy wheat malt, light lactic acid and a dry finish. Light body and moderate carbonation.

davidezdonz (593) - Hong Kong, HONG KONG - OCT 5, 2016
A 375ml corked and caged bottle with a cork date of 2015 and best before date of 10th May 2017. Poured into a d’Achouffe tulip glass. It poured a cloudy golden yellow colour with a two finger bubbly white head that dissipated quickly but left great lacing. Aromas are lightly funky, candy sweetness, orange, orange peel, lemon and hints of mango and pineapple. Tastes of orange peel and honey sweetness which is surrounded by a touch of lemon, light sourness and light funkiness. Crisp, light bodied with moderate to high carbonation. Overall it’s overly sweet in my opinion, but has a nice aroma. The taste is actually fine but I would have preferred it if the sweetness was toned down or even soured.

Rotin (1748) - Neratovice, CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 15, 2016
Bottle 0.375l. Quite clear, straw colored. AROMA- sour, fermented, light apple and citrusy notes, vinous. FLAVOR- slightly sweet and bitter, pleasantly sour, white wine, apple must, touch of citrus- lemon, lime. Light to medium bodied, very well balanced.
Very tasty.

Ascelja (1741) - Neratovice, CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 15, 2016
Bottle 0.375l. Very slightly hazy, pale yellow body, minimal white head. Sour aroma of wheat, fermented grains, wine. Taste is moderately sour and sweet, very nice balanced. White wine, grapes, fruity juice, lemongrass, wine must, some lactic notes, wheat. Light to medium body, average to high carbonation.
Delicious and refreshing.

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