This, Braybrooke's second collaboration with Brummie local legend and Michelin star chef Brad Carter, inspired by the scent and colours of the meadows surrounding their brewery.
A Pils malt base is the backbone of this beer in which Tettnanger hops have been used for their hay and floral character, enhancing the herbal notes of the foraged wildflowers. Meadowsweet, elderflower and woodruff have been sun-dried and infused into the beer, resulting in an intensely floral potpourri.
A straw-coloured bitter which initially seems sweet, but a complex dry, hoppy taste soon predominates.
Probably the best example of the traditional Black Country style of bitter. No better partner to a lunchtime snack!
This dry-hopped pale ale is deliciously refreshing. The nose has hints of pine and honey. Packed full of flavour from citrus-heavy hops with a twist of fresh lime to create a crisp, zesty beer. We serve it cold from the fridge in a straight sided half pint glass and enjoy it on its own, with a spicy Thai curry or a well-stacked chicken burger.