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Sleeping Limes

Limes + Sea Salt + Lager

Summer is here and Sleeping Limes has got you covered! We have traversed the globe to Mexico where we celebrate Brett’s love of South American food and the citrus zing of the mighty lime.

Available in 330ml Can / 30l Keg

  • 330 ML
  • 4.6% ABV
  • 5 IBU
  • 10.7 PLATO
  • Sleeping Limes
  • Sleeping Limes
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About

Summer is here and Sleeping Limes has got you covered! We have traversed the globe to Mexico where we celebrate Brett’s love of South American food and the citrus zing of the mighty lime.

Ingredients

Malt

Barley , Wheat

Hops

Tradition, Citra

Yeast

Lager

Other
Allergens

Barley (gluten), wheat (gluten)

Experience

Appearance

Bright lime juice

Aroma

Lime zest

Flavour

Tangy, Crispy

Finish

Lingering salinity

Cellaring

Drink Fresh

Unique Aspect

Clean and crisp with refreshing tangy limes and a Moorish briny finish, this is our perfect summer beer. It originally took inspiration from Sleeping Lemons and the beautiful preserved lemons we use, but the idea developed into a cleaner beer, taking the Corona and lime wedge and stepping it up a notch.

Brewing a beer around the taste of lime naturally led us to using this beautiful citrus fruit, utilising both the fresh pulp and the zest. A clean and crisp base was achieved by using a lager yeast with the lime building an addictive tang to the pallet and a gose inspired flurry of salt adding to the finish. What is it? A lager, a gose, a sour... Who cares. Put simply it is one of the finest accompaniments for the British summertime.

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Food Pairings

The most apparent paring would of course be with the best of Mexican cuisine, complimenting your favourite Burrito or spicy Enchilada beautifully with delicately balanced flavours.

However, the flavours of lime and this beer span much broader across the continent and are particularly prominent in South East Asian cuisine. They use the sharp yet sweet character to balance bold flavours of oily fish and fiery chilli.

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