New beer atlas!

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The monastic dark ale from St. Bernardus’ most famous brewery, St. Bernardus Prior 8, returns to the taps. The rich flavor opens with tones of malt, black bread and brown sugar.

New English Stout — Saltaire #5 Proper Stout. The creamy smoothness of Saltaire No. 5 Proper Stout, pleasant, creamy notes of roasted malts in its flavor and light smoky-smoky aftertaste will leave no one indifferent.

And also our lineup of authentic Belgian lambics has been enriched with some interesting stuff from the gezeria Tilquin. This is the first blenderie in the French-speaking part of Wallonia. Freshly brewed lambic is purchased from various producers in the region such as Boon, Lindemans, Timmermans, Girardin, Cantillon, corked in red wine barrels and sent to mature for 1, 2 or 3 years. It is then sent for blending in special vats. Each blend contains lambics from 10 barrels (5 barrels of one year old lambic, 3 barrels of two year old and

2 barrels of three year old), Gerardin and Cantillon are always used and Boon, Lindemans or Timmermans are added, and the selection itself is made from 12-20 barrels. After blending, the wort is bottled and sent to mature for another six months, in some cases up to 1 year.

On our menu:

— Oude Gueuze Tilquin a l’Ancienne, 0.375 L (A blend of 1, 2 and 3 year old lambics aged in bottles for at least 6 months).

— Oude Mure Tilquin a l’Ancienne, 0,375 l (with blackberries).

— Oude Quetsche Tilquin a l’Ancienne, 0.375 liters (with purple plum).

A small replenishment in non-alcoholic beer from German producers — Schnitzlbaumer Schnitzei Weiße Alkoholfrei and Engel Kellerbier Alkoholfrei.

You can also ask the waiters about other exclusive off-menu brews!

Date: 02 February
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The new beer atlas is now at Lambic!

The new beer atlas is now at Lambic!

We have launched a new Beer Altas, and we can’t wait to introduce you to its new products! The legendary PAUWEL KWAK is back — a beer served in a special flask-shaped glass in a wooden base. The legend says that the beer is named in honor of brewer Pauwel Kwak, who at the beginning of the XIX century was the owner of the inn «De Hoorn» and brewed dark beer. His inn was often visited by coachmen, who in those days were not allowed to leave the carriage. Therefore, Kwak invented unusually shaped glasses for them, which could be placed in special wooden holders placed next to the coachman on the carriage. We also recommend you to get acquainted with new positions of hoped beer: hoped Abbey Blonde AVERBODE and Belgian Indian Pale Ale from John Martin brewery — MARTIN’S IPA. The best Belgian tripel of 2023 Brussels Beer Challenge — ZEEZUIPER TRIPEL from Schelde brewery from the province of Antwerp in the north of Belgium is coming to us specially on our order. Our collection of bottled beers has been enriched by breweries such as: — Birra Baladin from Italy (gluten-free blanc NAZIONALE / plum saur SUZI DRY / spiced ale WAYAN). — Kiuchi, HITACHINO brand from Japan (WHITE ALE blanche / ANBAI ALE plum sour / RED RICE ALE rice ale / ESPRESSO STOUT coffee stout / YUZU GINGER NON ALE non-alcoholic ginger ale). — World famous, long awaited and with a huge number of prestigious awards Het Anker brewery (tripel brewed since 1491 CAROLUS TRIPEL / quadruple whiskey enriched GOUDEN CAROLUS WHISKY INFUSED etc.). — Korean craft brewery Jeju (wheat ale with tangerine WIT ALE / lightly hopped PELLONG ALE / non-alcoholic and fresh NOUVEAU PREMIUM IPA). — We completed the line of ciders with Russian dry cider NIKOLAEV & SONS CIDER from the famous winery / Italian cider BIRRA BALADIN SIDRO from Italian apples / Spanish semi-dry TRABANCO PECADO SIDRA SEMISECA. —  And also many other famous varieties you asked us for (English porter FULLER’S LONDON PORTER / Belgian imperial stout GULDEN DRAAK IMPERIAL STOUT / Flanders ale RODENBACH ALEXANDER / fruit lambics LINDEMANS / famous TRIPEL KARMELIET / etc.). See you at Lambic!

22 February 2024

Russian seasons at Lambic

Russian seasons at Lambic

Our favorite season has begun, when you can dive into the cozy nostalgia of childhood and family traditions! That’s why we continue the tradition of last year and relaunch the menu «Russian Seasons» to plunge into those very memories! We recommend to start with bright appetizers. Familiar and favorite dishes from childhood are waiting for you there, but in the author’s presentation by Lambic. For example, smoked duck cold cakes with mustard and horseradish cream, which we serve with cucumber relish and garlic croutons. We also recommend bruschetta with cod liver mousse, cucumber, red caviar and quail egg, as well as beet cream with anchovies, capers, pai potatoes and Borodino croutons. Main courses included dumplings with potatoes, mushrooms and truffle cream sauce, veal and chicken fried cutlet with yam and miso sauce, and Murmansk halibut with celery root cream, coconut sauce, red caviar and yam chips. We recommend the perfect bar accompaniment to the dishes — cocktails and homemade infusions, which our team prepares by ourselves! In order to warm up try the northern fish soup with red caviar and ciabatta crouton, and to lift your mood we recommend fragrant apple pie with cranberries and vanilla sauce! The new seasonal menu is available in all Lambic restaurants in Moscow, except for the restaurants at 10c6 Neverovsky St., 65 Bolshaya Ordynka St. and 10 block B Presnenskaya Embankment. We are looking forward to Russian Seasons!

29 December 2023