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      Beer Boon Faro 5% Boon | Faro
      57,06 Kč
      Belgique Bouteille Brabant Flamand En stock Promo
      Faro Boon is a spontaneous fermentation beer for which "meertsbier" and old Lambic are mixed. The candy sugar gives it a delicate but very present sweet taste.
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      Beer Lindemans Faro 4.5% Lindemans | Faro
      57,06 Kč
      Belgique Bouteille Brabant Wallon
      This Belgian red beer is soft and sweet, due to its preparation with lambic, a spontaneous fermentation type beer, to which sugar is added during fermentation.
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      Story of Faro beer

      Faro beer is a mix of lambic and caramel syrup. Lambic is a non-fizzy drink, but adding sugar can add bubbles if it ferments.

      Historically lambic was served on a barrel in the cafes of the capital. The drink was often very acidic and was served in a long glass with a bowl of cane sugar and a swizzle stick called ‘stoemper’. It made it possible to crumble the sugar at the bottom of the glass and soften the beverage.

      This is how Faro was born. Today it is rather difficult to find Faros without the addition of carbon dioxide or chemical additives. Only the Lindemans Faro remains famous, even if other breweries also produce it.

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