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 Lindemans T-Shirt
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Lindemans T-Shirt

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Lindemans T-Shirt

This is a great T-Shirt from one of Belgium's greatest breweries. The T-Shirt features the Lindemans logo and founding year printed in bold red and gold letters on a blue/ grey heather background. The back of the T-Shirt features the words: "Ask me about Spontaneous Fermentation" printed in gold letters. Whether you are going out drinking with friends or to a casual get together with family, this shirt will fit the bill and act as a start to a good conversation.

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  • Official Lindemans Merchandise
About Lindemans and Lambics Lindemans is a small family brewery located in Belgium that was founded in 1822 and has since carved out a niche as being one of the world's best brewers of lambic style beers. Lambic is a sour beer brewed using wild yeast. The brewing process differs slightly from most other styles because rather than selecting and pitching a carefully cultivated yeast strain, a lambic uses native yeast (wild) and bacteria.  The result is tart beer that is very popular in Brussels, Belgium and the surrounding areas. Fruit and/or fruit juice can be added after the primary fermentation to trigger a secondary fermentation process that imparts the fruit flavor to the lambic and drops the beer produced into a sub category of a lambics (for example kriek & famboise). Typically, commercial brewers don't mix brewing lambics with their other styles of beer. The yeast and bacteria used to produce a lambic is notoriously difficult to remove from the premises and can taint the other beer styles.

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