Lost Industry Brewing A Simple Life (5%)

Brewed for Sheffield Beer week, this is a fine example of what Lost Industry are exceptionally good at, brewing beer with freshly bought or foraged ingredients.
This then, is a Carrot and Beetroot Gose that pours a delightful pink and smells of allotments and spring bouquets, sweet and earthy, round and fruity.
The malting is a subtle affair, with caramel and brown bread making for a simple solid body.
The carrots and beetroot work in tandem, at once earthy and vegetal, sweet and fibrous, they bring the sugariness of carrots and a lovely earthy soil quality from the beetroots.
All this is wrapped in a tart and steely, lip puckering package.
Absolutely super.

Source: Lost Industry Brewing

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