Victorine de Gens presents


“A stunning success in the United States... and at all major receptions”

The appearance of this exceptional beer is matched only by its taste! To make our Framboise, we add raspberry juice to our lambic. That gives it a delicate fruity aroma and a beautiful dark pink colour, just like the dress I wore to our cousin Willy's wedding. (But that's of no interest to you since you undoubtedly don't know Willy). Framboise is served as an aperitif, but I also use it in cooking. And when I don't finish the bottle in my preparations, I finish it in my glass.

Secret technique

A young lambic that is at least one year old in which at least 30% raspberry filtrate will macerate.

since 1980
alcohol (alcohol content) 2.5 %
colour Dark pink with a slightly pink foam head
Conservation tip The bottles should be stored lying on their sides.
calories 52 kcal (100 ml)
taste Powerful raspberry aromas with a hint of caramel and a slightly sour finish characteristic of lambic beers.
Food pairings - Endive salad
- Desserts: Chocolate fondant cake, cheesecake, raspberries, ice cream
serving temperature 2-3 °C

Good to know : Lindemans Framboise is regularly served at wedding and gourmet receptions.


“The raspberry Lambic product definitely has an inviting look. The bubbling sensation of the first sip was reminiscent of the sparkling ciders and champagnes I do enjoy. Finishing up with a burst of raspberry that fills your mouth with fruity goodness made this the best beer I have tried over the years.”

Vicky Perry, Eugene Food Examiner


International Beer Awards

Winner 2010 category Fruit Beers 2010

World Beer Awards

World’s Best Framboise 2018

Golden medal / country winner / category Sour & Wild Beer, Framboise 2019

Golden medal / category Sour & Wild Beer, Framboise 2020

Winner / country winner / category Sour & Wild Beer, Framboise 2021