Lambics, wild-fermented beers from Belgium’s Senne River Valley, show complex, interesting, sour flavors. Brewers like Lindemans blend lambic batches from different years to make gueuze, and also often add fruit for beautiful balance. Lindemans has begun to package newly-fermented, unblended single-batch lambic in kegs: “Young Lambic." This beer is pure, rare, young, uncarbonated, unblended, unsweetened lambic. Variations in each batch are determined by many factors: brewing season, foudre history, and the magic of wild yeast.