Belgian Sangria

Sangria may be the go-to punch of summertime, but it is typically made with cheap wine, cheaper brandy and loads of fruit to add flavor. This beer version makes use of raspberry-laced lambic (ale flavored with raspberries instead of hops) and refreshing Belgian ale, with crisp rosé thrown in for good measure.
Photography By Brooke Allen | May 01, 2015


Add a good amount of ice to a large pitcher, add all of the ingredients and stir until well blended. Serve over ice.

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  • 1 750ml bottle Framboise lambic, such as Lindemans, chilled
  • 1 750ml bottle rosé wine or Lillet Blanc, Chilled
  • 2 (12-ounce) bottles white or blond ale, chilled (we like Anthem’s Golden One)
  • 1–2 handfuls of raspberries
  • 1 orange, thinly sliced
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