Fruit Lambics, which originated around Brussels, Belgium, are Lambic beers with fruit added during fermentation. The names identify the style of beer, such as Cherry Lambic (kriek), Raspberry Lambic (framboise), Peach Lambic (peche), Apple Lambic (pomme) and Blackcurrant Lambic (cassis). The fruit can dominate the flavor profile and may be reflected in the beer’s color as well. Moderate to high in acidity, Lambic fruit beers generally contain low to moderate sourness and might even impart a bit of earthiness. Carbonation adds to the perception of body. Framboise Lambic beers and other fruit-flavored lambics are perhaps the most well-known, popular and widely available style of Lambic beer in the United States today; however, adventurous U.S. beer lovers show growing interest in more traditional sour, unblended and Gueuze Lambics as their beer palates evolve.