Timmermans Oude Kriek uses the highest concentration of cherries per liter on the market: 400 g of cherries with stones. These stones provide the beer with a both acidic and complex taste. They macerate for at least six months in the old lambic. The result after the second fermentation: an incomparable taste of full-flavoured cherries.
Bottle37,5cl / 75cl
At Itterbeek, just outside Brussels, Timmermans has been brewing lambic beers for over three hundred years, making it the oldest lambic brewery in the world. Today, Anthony Martin and his Master Brewer Willem van Herreweghen have combined the old brewing recipes and classic methods to restore authenticity while benefiting from the unique expertise provided by Martin’s “Finest Beer Selection”, a truly unique range of the finest beers.