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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A glass of Belgian kriek beer
A glass of Belgian kriek beer

Kriek lambic is a style of Belgian beer, made by fermenting lambic with sour Morello cherries.[1] Traditionally "Schaarbeekse krieken" (a rare Belgian Morello variety) from the area around Brussels are used. As the Schaarbeek type cherries have become more difficult to find, some brewers have replaced these (partly or completely) with other varieties of sour cherries, sometimes imported.

Etymology

The name is derived from the Flemish word for this type of cherry (kriek).

Brewing

Traditionally, kriek is made by breweries in and around Brussels using lambic beer to which sour cherries (with the pits) are added.[2] A lambic is a sour and dry Belgian beer, fermented spontaneously with airborne yeast said to be native to Brussels; the presence of cherries (or raspberries) predates the almost universal use of hops as a flavoring in beer.[3] A traditional kriek made from a lambic base beer is sour and dry as well. The cherries are left in for a period of several months, causing a refermentation of the additional sugar. Typically no sugar will be left so there will be a fruit flavour without sweetness. There will be a further maturation process after the cherries are removed.

More recently, some lambic brewers have added sugar to the final product of their fruit beers, in order to make them less intense and more approachable to a wider audience. They also use cherry juice rather than whole cherries and are matured for much shorter periods.[4]

Framboise is a related, less traditional Belgian beer, fermented with raspberries instead of sour cherries. Kriek is also related to gueuze, which is not a fruit beer but is also based on refermented lambic beer. Some breweries, like Liefmans, make "kriek" beers based on oud bruin beer instead of lambic.

Commercial examples

Different brands of kriek
Different brands of kriek

Traditional krieks include:

Sweetened krieks include:

Kriek based on Oud Bruin include:

  • De Ryck Kriek Fantastiek
  • Liefmans Kriek
  • Kasteel Kriek
  • Verhaeghe Echt Kriekenbier

References

  1. ^ Shepard, Robin (2003). The Best Breweries and Brewpubs of Illinois: Searching for the Perfect Pint. U of Wisconsin P. p. 314. ISBN 978-0-299-18894-8.
  2. ^ Clerget, Michel (1999-11-06). "Bruxelles, baroque ou intimiste". L'Humanité (in French). Archived from the original on 2010-06-16. Retrieved 2010-01-06.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  3. ^ Jackson, Michael (1997). The Simon Schuster Pocket Guide to Beer. Simon and Schuster. p. 80. ISBN 978-0-684-84381-0.
  4. ^ Oliver, Garrett. (2011). The Oxford Companion to Beer. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. p. 522. ISBN 9780199912100. Retrieved March 14, 2019.

External links

This page was last edited on 22 September 2019, at 11:59
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