six generations ago, in 1822, the Lindemans family owned a farm in Vlezenbeek near Brussels. They decided to intensify Lambic brewing activities during winter, when less farm work had to be done. The farm produced wheat and barley, the raw mterials of the Lambic.
Due to the growing success of the Lambic, the brewery became more important and consequently, in 1930, the farm-activities were stopped.
It was in that year that they started the production of Geuze and Kriek.
In 1978, Lindemans started the production of Faro, after a period during which it was almost disappeared from the market.
The Framboise was launched in 1980 and due to the success of the fruit-beers, they created 2 new beers: Cassis (black current beer) in 1986 and Pecheresse (peach beer) in 1987.
Because of the increasing demand of Lindemans’ Lambic-beers the antiquated brewery became to slow to follow the production, so the Lindemans family decided in 1991 to build a new brewery next the old one to meet the growing needs of the market without any loss of quality.