Tag Archives: Sour Beer

Lost Indusrty: Annum 2020

Every year the gang at Lost Industry create something a little bit special for their Annum range, and this year is no exception. In fact it feels really important this year to have something a bit special to enjoy, given … Continue reading

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A Pair Of Fruity Delights From Vault City Brewing

Pineapple Habanero (7.4%) This is singularly good enough to restore my faith in modern sour beer. It’s that good. A sour beer with a lovely warm and earthy, yeasty farmyard fug behind a soft Weetabix, bread crust, honey and toffee … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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A Lovely Pair From Signature Brew

Festival Saison (4.8%) With its light but unmistakable yeast fug, and with a wash of Yuzu and melon from the hops, this is a very nice little Saison. The aroma mixes wafts of distant farmyard sweet silage with sticky apricot … Continue reading

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Solvay Society: Belgian Inspired Beer From London

Minimise (3.2%) is a Table Saison, and it’s far better than I was anticipating.
In fact it’s really rather good.
A sticky caramel and brown sugar, wholemeal bread and honey malt body gives that beer plenty pf backbone, while German hops provide … Continue reading

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