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Old 09-15-2012, 06:08 AM   #1
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Hi,

We are a group of lambic brewers/blenders from Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. We decided to put our heads together and made a website where you will be able to follow all our projects.
From time to time we will organise events where you can taste our stuff.
Some people might already know the blends of Uli (h.ertie), here I will explain how most of these were created.

Enjoy the website!

http://lambicblenders.wordpress.com/

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Old 09-15-2012, 11:08 PM   #2
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I am jealous.

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Very cool, thanks for sharing!

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I've added a post about the grape lambic which is fermenting big time right now. Well, the one with the grapes from the garden at least, the other one with the grapes from the store is fermenting very slowly and also has a different color then the 'wild' one although it were both red grapes.
Maybe I made a mistake blending the store grapes and not to smash them like I did with the garden ones.
Oh well, we'll see how it evolves.
How long do most of you keep the grapes/fruit on the lambic?
I hear most blenders keep them on the lambic for 6 months but that seems a bit long no?

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