Apparently they have an extensive line of these fruit lambics, some of which are of the usual variety (apricot, cherry, raspberry) while other are decidedly not-your-everyday-beer-fruits: pineapple, lemon, plum. They all seem to be in the neighborhood of 3.5% alcohol by volume (like this banana).
It’s unusual, but I rather liked it, as it turned out.
Appearance: Pale yellow-orange—golden, almost—bubbly. White head was fizzy but didn’t last long.
Smell: Delicate notes of sweet banana, slightly clovey. There’s a musty, horsey tang of Brett yeast… very delicate.
Taste: Tart green apple thing going on with sweet, very ripe bananas playing the background. Crisp. Pretty tasty. I want to say "Jolly Rancher" but not in the annoying way that Lindemans Pomme is. Nice interplay of sweet and tart.
Mouthfeel: Light, but a tad puckery, leaves a bit of a cloying aftertaste behind, but very drinkable.
Overall: Yum! Unusual but I like it.