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Brewed By: Brouwerij Timmermans-John Martin N.V.

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Number of Ratings: 82

Style: Lambic - Fruit

Brewed In: Kerkstraat 11, Dilbeek-Itterbeek, 1701, Belgium

ABV: 4%

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Timmermans Pumpkin Lambicus

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Tasting Notes

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WC profile pictureWC - September 7, 2015
Good spice and balance between sweet/sour. Pair nicely with an oriental salad.
BIGTIME profile pictureBIGTIME - January 17, 2015
Very refreshing take on traditional Lambicus style. the modest ABV-4% - makes this a Lambicus that is exceptionally drinkable with most menus. The spice notes are gentle and crisp. Delicious!
jjswizz profile picturejjswizz - January 10, 2015
Nice light pumpkin taste. Tastes like a wine. Could be more sour and little more pumpkin.
partagas profile picturepartagas - November 24, 2013
Yuck! Fruity pumpkin. No spice. Reminds me of those yellow fizzy beers. Wasted 12.99 on this and poor most of it down the drain. profile - November 15, 2013
Craft Ale House...nice combination of lambic and pumpkin profile - November 2, 2013
Pumpkin pie! Not too sweet, pure pumpkin flavor. Almost like pumpkin juice with beer
rquinn53 profile picturerquinn53 - October 16, 2013
This smells like a light lager and tastes like 90% nothing and 10% allspice. Nah.
bjt135psu profile picturebjt135psu - September 27, 2013
Not too sweet of a lambic with a tiny bit or sourness.
specksofdust profile picturespecksofdust - April 27, 2013
New to lambics, and being a pumpkin lover, thought this might be worth a try. Initial taste is bit of tart apple that vaguely resembles a spiced cider. Then the pumpkin and array of spices arrive in the middle. The finish is very tart without quite reaching citrus level. I expected more flavor and was slightly disappointed. Either way, its a pleasant beer and would make for an interesting substitute for fall ciders during late-year holidays.
mspace profile picturemspace - November 4, 2012
Works! Great lambic.