Sunday, May 23, 2010

Samuel Adams Cranberry Lambic

Beer score: 6.4
Web site: Samuel Adams
The old definition of a Lambic was a Belgian beer that has natural, instant fermentation. The modern definition seems to be a wheat beer with fruit added (usually one type of berry or another). This beer meets the more recent meaning of the word Lambic. Like many Samuel Adams brews, this one has a solid, wet texture. The sweet of the cranberry isn't overly strong, even for someone who doesn't like sweet beers. This beer would be good as a desert, especially after holiday dinners with the family.

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