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Food and DrinkITS DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR SEVEN BRO7HERS BRAND NEW DUO

ITS DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR SEVEN BRO7HERS BRAND NEW DUO

SEVEN BRO7HERS BREWING CO is launching two dreamy craft brews – a sweet and sour beer duo for the autumn.

Tingling with fruity flavour, the ‘Sour Dreams’ offers a blackberry sour tang whereas ‘Sweet Dreams’ is a DIPA packing a punch at 9% ABV.

Upcycling the left over ‘sweer and sugary wort’ from the DIPA the sour is made using the same mash – two beers one brew.

Head brewer Jack Dixon of SEVEN BROTHERS, described the brew. He said: “The concept is using the same mash for two different beers, instead of sending sweet sugary delicious wort down the drain we make a whole new beer.

“After we’ve mashed the high alcohol, sweet grains we shower the grains with hot water which rinses the sugars, because the grain bill on the beer is so big and sugary we are able to sparge (rinse) the grains twice to make two different beers.”

Jack added: “You could say the two beers are brothers!”

The Sweet Dreams is a citrus beer with floral undertones. Sour Dreams, 4.0% ABV is a fruity blackberry and mango sour that will send your taste buds wild. This tart beer is sessionable with a fruity edge.

The duo is the latest in the brother’s line of special craft beers and both cans are available in 440ml cans. Sour Dreams is £4.50 and Sweet Dreams £4.75 per can on the web shop.

The brewery was founded in 2014 by McAvoy brothers, Guy, Keith, Luke, Daniel, Nathan, Kit, and Greg, inspired by their dad’s home-brewing in their cellar at home.

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