Long before hops were common in beers, fruits were used to season liqueurs. Raspberries were a popular choice among brewers who favoured their acidity and flavour punch.
I am a Framboise Lambic made by one of the most traditional Belgium family breweries, the Lindemans. I pour a dark ruby topped by a fleeting light pink head that emits aromas of red berries and light caramel. My sweet and sour, fruity and oaky palate evokes raspberry jam and zingy citric notes that can only created in spontaneously fermented Lambics. Fun fact: I ranked #1 in 2021's "Bartenders' Favourite Beers" list!