List of Experimental Lambic Breweries and Blenders

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This section of the site is not exhaustive but does represent some of the more prevalent independent-, private-, and home-blenders who are actively moving toward the mainstream commercial space or who are already in the commercial space, but not regularly producing large quantities for commercial purposes.

Please note that unless otherwise noted, the beers from these producers are not available to the public, however they are discussed here because photographs and questions about these beers do periodically surface.

List of Experimental Lambic Breweries and Blenders

Brand Name Location Dates Active Notes / Links
BIIR Barcelona, Spain 2014 - Present Gunther Bensch who is now at BIIR, worked with Girardin, representing them at events. He blended the first Tripel Gueuze at Vicaris. Gunther and his partners are now releasing lambic blends through the brewery BIIR in Barcelona.
Huisstekerij h.ertie Duisburg, Germany 2007 - Present h.ertie is an independent blender, known for an experimental style, often blending lambic with other types of beers. Blends may appear under the unofficial h.ertie label and also occasionally through commercial blends with brewers including BrauArt Sausenheim and Freigeist Bierkultur.
Neill and Ross Belfast, Ireland 2011-2012 Neill and Ross was a collaboration between two independent blenders in 2012 that created Shot in the Dark, a lambic blend with Girardin lambic and fresh blackberries
OWA Brussels, Belgium 2011 - Present OWA is a brewery in Belgium specializing in adding a Japanese element to traditional Belgian beers. They blend three fruit lambics using Sakura (cherry blossom), Ume (Japanese plum), and Yuzu (Japanese lemon).
The Gueuze Society (Het Geuzegenootschap) Eizeringen, Belgium 2008 - Present The Gueuze Society occasionally blends beers for their own private use. These beers are not generally available or sold to the public and are available only to members.
Vanberg & DeWulf Cooperstown, NY, USA 2008 - Present Vanberg and DeWulf is an American import company that specializes in Belgian beers. On occasion, they have blended lambic from producers under their own labels.
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