Timmermans Brewery

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Brouwerij Timmermans (Timmermans Brewery) is a lambic brewery in Itterbeek, Belgium, founded in 1702. [1]

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  1. Jackson, Michael (2006). Grote Belgische Bieren. Lannoo. pp. 109–10. ISBN   9789020965919 . Retrieved 7 May 2012.