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For how lambics are made and what distinguishes them from other beers, see this Wikipedia article. To summarize, lambics are exposed to wild yeast (rather than the usual cultivated yeasts) and tend to have a dry, tart taste. These are not heavy-bodied beers, nor are they bitter. (Hops are used for their preservative effect, but old, dry hops are used to ...


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Lambic is a type of beer brewed in the Pajottenland region of Belgium and in Brussels itself at the Cantillon Brewery and museum. Lambic beer is produced by spontaneous fermentation: it is exposed to the wild yeasts and bacteria native to the Zenne valley. This gives the beer a dry, vinous, and cidery taste, usually with a sour aftertaste. This beer forms ...


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You can't. At least not like wine or whisky. It is different from wine because: The price increase of wine is based on the vintage. If you a bottle of wine of a high-priced vintage, it increases in market value because over the years the number of available bottles decreases. The value does not increase because it tastes better. The chance of finding a 30 ...


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