Posted By on January 3, 2010

Cherish, Raspberry. This is an authentic Belgian lambic “brewed with real raspberries” as the label states, but in order to get such a bold, wonderful raspberry nose they must have added some after the brewing, and maybe a little after fermentation too.

Cherish Raspberry offers a bold, raspberry nose, little else is noticeable here. It’s not too sweet smelling, but the aroma does remind me of raspberry candy. There is a nice tingle on the tongue during the sip and taste. Silky, smooth mouthfeel, and a mild sourness well balanced with the fruity sweetness. Very nice blend, and a very good drink!

Lambics are always a pleasant surprise to any non-beer drinker who gets a taste. Lambics open up a whole new world to anyone who thinks beer is all just pale and fizzy, and they stimulate an appreciation for the art of brewing and fermenting.

For more info on Cherish Lambics, visit GlobalBeer.

For more info on Brewery Van Steenberge click here.

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I've been homebrewing and learning about good craft beer since 1999. My wife, Cindy, and I enjoy road trips, exploring new places and finding great brewpubs and breweries. Explore with us through Cryptobrewology.com as we continue on our quest of Road Trips and BrewPubs!

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