Press Release: Lindemans Lambics for Valentine’s Day

Unique, elegant, sparkling, delightful – just like your valentine!

If you have tasted Lindemans fruit lambics, you already know.  If you haven’t tried them, Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to discover exciting, sweet fruit flavors perfectly balanced by the dry, tart complexity of real lambic – Belgian ale fermented with wild yeast.

Find Lindemans at any specialty beer store, or at a bar or restaurant that has a good beer list.  Then wow your valentine by sharing a bottle!

Lindemans Brewery makes the best-selling lambic beers in America and is famous for elegant, sweet Framboise (Raspberry), Pomme (Apple), Peche (Peach), Kriek (Cherry), and Cassis (Black Currant) lambics.  They also produce traditional lambics without fruit, blended by hand and known as gueuze – if your sweetheart is an advanced beer hobbyist, try a bottle of Lindemans Cuvée René Gueuze.

Founded in 1811, Lindemans Farm Brewery has been family-owned and operated for eight generations.

(Valentine’s Day is Sunday, February 14, 2010.)

Merchant du Vin imports Samuel Smith from England; Traquair House from Scotland; Ayinger and Pinkus organic beers from Germany;  Lindemans lambics, Green’s Gluten-Free beers and the Trappist beers of Orval, Westmalle, and Rochefort from Belgium; and Zatec from the Czech Republic.

Merchant du Vin, Specialty Beer Importers Since 1978