A nice cold apple lambic is the perfect prescription for a warm spring evening. The bottle is capped and corked, so be sure to have both a bottle opener and a corkscrew handy if you’re planning on enjoying one of these. The head is typically light and fizzy and disappears fairly rapidly. The nose is heavy with the wild yeast that marks the style, and the taste is big, very tart apples that fade into a sugary finish. There’s not as much complexity here as is some of Lindeman’s other offerings, but it’s a straight-forward enjoyable drink from the fruity end of the beer scale.
I give it a 4 out of 5.