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Lambise warms you up on a cold winter day

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Now that the New Year is officially here, it’s time to celebrate!

We prefer doing just that with Lambise, a deliciously fruity Belgian ale that is slightly tart. There are two Lambise styles available, including Lambise Classique and Lambise Ginge. The former is dry hopped, infused with aromas from hops, for a balance of sour and floral. Lambise Ginge is infused with an extract of fresh ginger for a taste of sweetness with a warm finish.

Mixologists love to add these to cocktails because they provide the perfect balance of tart without all of the acidity that typically comes with it.

Our favorite cocktail recipe is the Lambise Rosso:

4 ounces of Lambise Classique

1 ounce Sweet Vermouth

Stir and serve over ice in a double rocks glass and garnish with orange zest.



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