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rec.food.drink.beer FAQ [1/3] (revised 16-MAY-1997)
Section - 1-5. What are lambics?

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     Lambics are a type of ale brewed in parts of Belgium by exposing hot
     wort (unfermented beer) to the outside air. Indigenous, wild yeasts
     and other microorganisms settle on the exposed surface of the wort as
     it cools and begin spontaneous fermentation. They are often sweetened
     with fruit flavorings and generally prized the world over.

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