I’ll admit I bought this beer purely based on its label. I have done that before, so as such not a new move. The label portrays brewers from the 1900s in front of the Timmermans Brewery. The Timmermans Brewery dates back to 1781 and it remains one of he few breweries in Belgium which still brews Lambic beers.
The Timmermans Lambicus Blanche is a blonde beer, quite fruity and light, probably a very refreshing summer drink (beer) at 4.5%. Again you don’t even want to know how many beers the Lambicus Blanche brought with it in my endless count of Belgian Beers. It seems Timmermans Lambicus Blanche has a series of siblings: the Dominus Double and Tripel, the Bourgogne des Flandres, the Branbant series – the Pils de Brabant, the Blanche de Brabant, and the Rousse de Brabant. And then the Timmermans line, counting nine (!!!) different beers. Have faith Andreea, have faith. At one point the journey will end :)
So the nine other Timmermans are: Gueuze Caveau Lambic Tradition; Gueuze Lambic Tradition; Faro Lambic Tradition; Kriek Lambic Tradition; and the fruit Timmermans - the Kriek, the Peche, the Framboise, and the Agrum (that’s a new one, go figure!).