The Lindemans family brews lambic since 1822 in Vlezenbeek: a village in the heart of Pajottenland. Vlezenbeek is a small village, which has the immense advantage to benefit from an exceptional micro flora. The air there is loaded with hundreds of specific wild yeast, including the best knowns that are the "Brettanomyces Bruxellensis" and "Brettanomyces Lambicus". These unique microorganisms allow the Lindemans lambic brewery to brew a beer using a unique method: spontaneous fermentation. Lindemans family has always remained true to craft brewing processes. The 45 employees of the brewery, who are all part of the heart of the family, have helped to develop this (inter) national success.
Lindemans has become an established name in the world of international beer. The brewery is now the largest independent family lambic brewery. In 2017, Lindemans has produced over 104 000 hectolitres. 63% of production is exported to 45 countries, including the United States, France, the Netherlands, Russia, China and Japan. In recent years, foreign sales have risen sharply.
To discover the Lindemans lambic beers: www.lindemans.be
More information about the various awards received: www.lindemans.be/beer