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Sleeping Lemons Export

Preserved lemons + Salt + Export Strength

A preserved Lemon Gose up at 'Export Strength' as a tongue-in-cheek nod to historical export beers being brewed stronger, to last their journey across the seas. Bigger and bolder than regular Sleeping Lemons it is sweeter, richer, more intense. 

 

Available in 330ml Bottle / 30l Keg

  • 330 ML
  • 6% ABV
  • 5 IBU
  • 11 PLATO
  • Sleeping Lemons Export
  • Sleeping Lemons Export
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A preserved Lemon Gose up at 'Export Strength' as a tongue-in-cheek nod to historical export beers being brewed stronger, to last their journey across the seas. Bigger and bolder than regular Sleeping Lemons it is sweeter, richer, more intense. 

 

Ingredients

Malt

Lager Malt, Wheat

Hops

Saaz

Yeast

Mixed Culture

Other

Preserved lemons, Sea salt

Allergens

Malted Barley (gluten), Wheat (gluten)

Experience

Appearance

Pale Yellow

Aroma

Sweet Lemons, Limoncello

Flavour

Lemon Curd, Sweet pastry

Finish

Lingering meringue sweetness

Cellaring

Drink Fresh or Age

Unique Aspect

The bigger sibling of Sleeping Lemons, the only difference is an increase in the amount of malt used to create a higher-gravity wort. As such, it is sweeter, juicier, richer giving it the likeness of Lemon Meringue Pie. I has a biscuit malt base, a full lemon curd acidity and a light, meringue sweetness. Initially it was all to be shipped to America, but we liked the recipe so much that we had to keep some back for ourselves!

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Food Pairings

At 6% the alcohol becomes a character of the beer, sweet and a little hot. This heat will stand up to bold flavours in the kitchen and may overpower delicate flavours. Along with its tart acidity, it pairs incredibly well when paired with Moroccan spiced dishes, the preserved lemons in the beer coming into their own.
Again thinking of the beer as an additional ingredient the salt and lemon aspect is perfect for white fish dishes, it’s what you’d likely add to it anyway!

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