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Many of you may have noticed that Lindeman's Lambics have started popping up in grocery stores. If you haven't;  Lindeman's Lambics have started popping up in grocery stores. For the last few decades Utah's DABC has insisted that these popular Belgian lambics be sold in the liquor stores and taxed as "liquor". With the 2019 change i ...

Lindeman’s Find’s Its Rightful Utah Home

Many of you may have noticed that Lindeman’s Lambics have started popping up in grocery stores. If you haven’t;  Lindeman’s Lambics have started popping up in grocery stores. 

For the last few decades Utah’s DABC has insisted that these popular Belgian lambics be sold in the liquor stores and taxed as “liquor”. With the 2019 change in the ABV laws I guess the DABC has decided that they had no choice but to cut them loose. The vast majority of Lindeman’s portfolio has always fallen at or below 4.0% ABV, with only four versions of Cuvée René  coming in above 5.0%. If you want these, you’ll still have to go through the DABC and do a special order as the DABC has discontinued all of the Gueuzes. 

Flavors spotted by consumers include: Framboise, Peche, Strawberry and Kriek. If you’ve come across other flavors please share what and where you found them please.

I know a lot of bars and restaurants have expressed interest in getting these popular beers on draft, this is looking to be a reality in

Source: Utah Beer

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