Geert Lindemans presents


“Symbolic of nearly 2,000 years of tradition”

Making apple beer goes back to ancestral tradition. The Celts drank it in abundance during their harvest festivals. All we have done is extend the pleasure to the present day by adding the juice of several varieties of apples to our delicious lambic. The tasting experience, which is quite exceptional, combines the sweetness of cider with the sourness characteristic of lambic. The Americans are crazy about it, which is why they say, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

Secret technique

A mixture of several selected varieties of apples and a young lambic that is at least one year old

since 2005
alcohol (alcohol content) 3.5 %
colour Golden honey, cloudy
Conservation tip The bottles should be stored lying on their sides.
calories 53 kcal (100 ml)
taste A fruit beer with a nice balance between the sweetness of red apples, the freshness of green apples and the sour-sweet character of lambic. The first taste is sharp and full-bodied, but then the sweet cider notes give way to a balance between a slightly sweet-sour taste.
Food pairings - Salads
- Foie gras on toast
serving temperature 2-3 °C

Good to know : Apple is the youngest of our range of lambic beers


“I totally recommend this beer. Quite a delicious morsel.”

Daily Beer Review


World Beer Awards

Europe’s Best Lambic 2013

Australian International Beer Awards

Bronze Award 2014