Modifications to this record on December 2, 2010
Reason for change:
Information retrieved from the beer's website http://www.amsterdambeer.com/about/goodbeer#beer-framboise-desc

IBU changed from 0 to 14 Beer description edited from A classic Belgian-style ale made with a wheat beer fermented a second time with a large quantity of whole raspberries. After aging, the beer is left crisp and tart with an intense fresh raspberry aroma and palate, along with a ruby-red colour and pink head. to Using an old world recipe, we handcraft this wonderous beer with Belgian wheat malt and fresh raspberries. In fact, six pounds of fresh British Columbia raspberries go into making every case, resulting in a tart, crisp flavour. Our double fermentation process produces an intensely fresh raspberry aroma and palate, abundantly obvious from its ruby-red colour and pink head. During the aging process, the hop and fruit acids balance out the residual malt sugars to give this beer more taste bud bang. Amsterdam Framboise is best served chilled and shared with friends
 
Modifications to this record on February 19, 2006
Reason for change:
All beers were reviewed and updated by BP Crew members between the end of 2005 and this date. Exact date of review is unknown.

Beer name Amsterdam Framboise
Brewery name Amsterdam Brewing Company (ID# 2519)
Style as Fruit Lambic
ABV as 6.5
Original Gravity as 0
Final Gravity as 0
IBU as 0
Described as A classic Belgian-style ale made with a wheat beer fermented a second time with a large quantity of whole raspberries. After aging, the beer is left crisp and tart with an intense fresh raspberry aroma and palate, along with a ruby-red colour and pink head.

 
Modifications to this record on March 26, 2005
Reason for change:
Beer was added to the database by Chopz (ID# 451)

No information from the original beer submission was retained.