The texture is full bodied. You’ll definitely fee this one in your mouth, though it is very smooth. I barely felt any bubbles.
I mentioned tasting fruit, so I assumed, based on the taste and colour, that this must be a fruit beer. That’s what happens when you pick a random recommendation from someone. Alas… no fruit at all in this brewing.
As a lambic beer, it is brewed from yeast in the surrounding air, which usually gives a sour flavour. Also, Flanders red ales are aged in oak for about 18 months, then blended with a younger batch to produce the final beer.
You’ll find some better images than mine at the brewer’s web site. If you get a chance to taste a lambic, definitely do it. A very different experience, and not as ‘funky’, aka kind of gross, as some claim.