The ultimate dessert beer.
Hand-picked whole sour cherries macerated on a young lambic, for the ultimate fruited beer experience. After bottling, the kriek is stored for at least four months in a warm room to undergo secondary fermentation, resulting in a distinctive beer. Picture tart yeastiness from Champagne, coupled with the rich sweetness of ripe black cherries.
- Drie Fonten was founded in 1887 as a geuzestekerj, or a place where geuze is blended.
- A geuze is a lambic beer from Belgium, that is composed of multiple blends of young and older lambics.
- Drie Fonten sources lambics from Boon, Giradin, and Lindemans for their blends.
- Cherry cheesecake with graham cracker crust.
- Holiday celebrations.
- Crystal goblets.