For those of you arguing about styles - I think the distinction here is between oud kriek and the more ubiquitous modern back sweetened krieks.
Lindemans fruit beers are certainly lambics (spontaneously fermented in Pajottenland, wheat + pils malt, etc, etc.) but they are stylistically not "oud" or traditional representations of the style because they are back sweetened. Exceptions to this would be their Cuvee Rene series geuze and kriek.
Is their regular kriek a good representation of the modern belgian kriek style? One of the best. Is it a good representation of a traditional oud kriek? No, and it's not trying to be. For that, see Drie Fonteinen, Oud Beersel, Cantillon, etc,