Sunday, June 18, 2006

Philadelphia Inqurier Runs Article on Lambics
The only beer that still relies on the haphazard and outmoded method of "spontaneous fermentation," this grandfather of all beers stands out not only for its novelty but also for its unique taste.

Lambics reach a complexity that can make even hard-core wine buffs wonder at the possibility of divine origins, offering a palate of flavors ranging from a sweet bite of cherry to a musty hint of oak.

That's being generous. Lambics are usually described as having barnyard flavors.

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