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True fruit beers are an exceptional thing and don’t deserve the sullied reputation forced upon them recently by the mass-produced alcopops such as Fruli or Jeremiah Weed which simply pander to a supposed female market using a woefully out of date stereotype.

Great fruit beer is an art form that appeals to all, the homeland for which is Belgium where they have been brewing exceptional fruit beer for centuries. Taking Lambic ales that naturally ferment using yeasts from local fields the brewers at Liefmans and Timmermans flavour the beer with generous handfuls of real fruit to create a lush sweet beer ideal but not exclusively as a digestif.  British breweries like Saltaire are also playing with the style to create fantastic variations of regular pale ales in the form of Raspberry Blonde.

Fruit beer is fabulous, you just need to give the good stuff a chance!

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Lambic beers are exposed to the open air and fermented spontaneously with naturally-occurring yeasts, in perhaps the most mysterious of all brewing processes. Traditional to the Pajottenland region of Belgium, Lambics are characterised by their sour aftertaste and often used as a base for Fruit Beers 

Each fruit beer has a different name depending on the fruit used, so we get framboise (raspberry), pêche (peach), cassis (blackcurrent) and aardbei (strawberry) to name just a few. Not all fruit beers are lambics however; Liefmans brewery actually use an Oud Bruin (old brown) ale to produce their fruit beers.

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Although I had a little hiccup with one of my orders, after an e-mail to customer support, a quick response was had and resolved all issues. A great selection of beers, including non-alcoholic. Keep up the good work.
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This was intended as a Father's Day present. He's still waiting. Firstly, there was as issue in the company lacking stock for a certain item (I overlooked this, things happen!) Secondly, after declaring my wishes for the unavailable item to be refunded, I had to 'chase up' the delivery schedule as the process was taking an unusually long time. I was assured a delivery for the next day (alarm bells: had my delivery been forgotten?) Thirdly, after paying a larger sum than I would have liked for delivery to Northern Ireland, my beers arrived at my home in London! No problem on my end; the address and payment were correct for delivery to NI. It then took a while for collection for re-delivery to be arranged, as funnily enough, I work during the week and it is not convenient to wait around to correct other people's mistakes. Thankfully, the beers are now apparently en-route to my father but I'm quite disappointed with the service to say the least and only time will tell if the wait has been worth it!