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Donzoko Genever Red Donzoko
Style : Flanders Red ABV : 8.2% Bottle Size : 375ml   This light Belgian-inspired pale was brewed with a rustic malt bill of locally grown Northumbrian spelt and rye, then hit with a large dose of Amarillo and Mitelfruh hops. Fermented with Beaujolais wine yeast for a mix of esters, giving way to a gentle acidity from the Donzoko house culture and strong bitterness to finish. Ideal for afternoons in the sun, or with loads of cheese.
Little Earth Project Stupid Sexy Bramling Cross Little Earth Project
Style : Flanders Red ABV : 6.3% Bottle Size : 750ml   Ever since we brewed our first batch of our Flanders Red inspired beer, we'd wondered what a dry hopped version would taste like. In September 2019 we had some freshly picked Bramling Cross hops that we'd grown ourselves. They smelled amazing - herbal with a burst of dark summer fruits. We added nearly all that year's harvest into a single barrel of 10 month old Stupid Sexy Suffolk. The result is incredibly funky, and quite sour red ale with a big hoppy aroma, and rounded fruity finish. This complex beer can be drunk fresh, but we believe the hoppy flavours will evolve and mellow over time, producing something possibly more special.
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Little Earth Project Stupid Sexy Suffolk (Blend 2) Little Earth Project
Style : Flanders Red ABV : 6.5% Bottle Size : 330ml   We have a fascination with Flanders Red style beer and its links to brewing in the UK. We also love them. Sour, but with a rounded sweetness; complex, but effortlessly drinkable. We had to try and make an interpretation of our own. These beers are often described as the most wine like of all beers. We thought we’d run with this idea and try and produce a beer that has more in common with a Burgundy than a Bitter. We used large quantities of roasted malts, including roasted rye malt and mashed them warmer than usual. In the boil we added aged hops to give the beer a note of tannins. Finally the beer was aged in a freshly emptied French Red Wine barrels with our own mixed culture of wild yeast and bacteria. The result is a red coloured beer with tannins, spice, acidity, sweetness and a hint of oak and spice.