Lough Gill Brewing Co. Sloe Gin Gose (5.4%)

Brewed in collaboration with Five Points, this is a delightful lunchtime beer made with Sloe and Juniper berries along wit sea salt, coriander and lemon zest.
It’s fresh and snappy, clean and crisp, beginning with a lightly spiced clear gin aroma and moving into a soft creamy caramel and ice cream cornet malting, smooth and just a little bit chewy in all the right places.
There’s the slap of herbal hops that brings a bright dry pithiness, while all those extra goodies mentioned above make the beer sparkle with life, the lemon zest is bold and tangy, the coriander adds a hint of spiciness and the salt brings a dryness to the Sloes and Juniper of the finish.
Lovely.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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