Lindemans - Oude Gueuze Cuvée René 2021 (375 ml bottle)
The refreshingly tart Oude Gueuze Cuvée René is one of the most famous Lambics ever! This spontaneously fermented beer is a blend of 1/3 old (3 years) Lambic and 2/3 young (1 year) Lambic. These were fermented in large oak barrels. The beer is then bottled and aged for another six months. During this time, bottle fermentation takes place, which not only gives the Geuze its carbonation, but rounds out the flavor beautifully. The Oude Gueuze Cuvée René convinces with its balanced play of acidity, yeast notes, hints of barrel aging and a light fruit reminiscent of citrus and apple. A great companion to many dishes or as an ingredient itself, for example, for rudiments of sauces. This beer is perfect for cellaring for several years!
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This traditional British Barley Wine is designed to taste like winter: it has a boozy warmth, candied fruit and dried fruit notes from the malt, and lots of clementine zest and heady spice from the shovels of EKG hops we added to the boil. This beer was brewed in collaboration with beer writer Jonny Garrett to celebrate his latest book, A Year in Beer, all about the joy of seasonal brewing and drinking.ABV: 8.6%Allergens: Gluten£5.20
The Rothaus Radler consists of 50% lemonade and 50% Rothaus beer. It’s characterized through an effervescent and refreshing citrus aroma. The flavors are rounded off with a balanced mixture of Rothaus Pils and Rothaus Märzen Export. Just as with our beers, we only use carefully selected ingredients. For example, we only use natural flavors and the pure brewing water that we used at Rothaus. Through the use of high-quality sweeteners, our Rothaus Radler doesn’t just have a reduced alcoholic content, but also a reduced caloric content.ABV: 2.4%£2.25
This 5.8% Cold IPA was brewed in our lovely Mitcham home with Leeds legends North Brewing, this is a really interesting and different beer. A little history on this beer style, don’t mistake Cold IPAs for India Pale Lagers. Whereas IPL’s depend on the lager yeast, moderate hops, and a crisp finish with straw-to-gold colour, Cold IPAs aren’t afraid to unleash the hops and crank up the ABV with a crystal-clear clarity. To top off these chilly IPAs, look to adding new world hop varieties rather than the traditional old world hops you’d see in everyday lagers. Its crispy, clean, and dry with a wallop of forward zesty hops.5.8% ABV£4.50
Made in Brixton!SaucesBRIXTON Hot Sauce The sauce that started it all. Brixton is my homage to the vibrant, local community where Lazy Scientist started. This is a Scotch bonnet and tomato hot sauce born and raised in the heart of SW9. All ingredients sourced from sellers on Electric Avenue and lovingly mixed nearby. Works great as a pizza crust dip or for adding a bit of zing to any pasta sauce but highly recommended for slathering over eggs for a winning start to any day!DUTCH A Sriracha style chillli sauce produced using fermented red chillies and lashings of garlic. Works great for splashing over Hot Wings and Seiten Nuggets or try mixing with a dash of mayo.SCOTCH Hot Sauce The bigger uglier brother of Dutch. This fermented wing sauce hass been ramped up using delicious, fruity Scotch Bonnet chillies to give more fire.PRIMO Hot Sauce The biggest and ugliest of the brothers. This fermented wing sauce has been made interstellar by introducing Carolina Reaper Chillies into the fray.CHIP Hot Sauce My take on a sweet, smokey, spicy BBQ sauce creating from a fermented dutch base with lashings of Chipotle chilli goodness. The smoked Jalapenos give it a little extra kick compared to you average BBQ sauce but if you like a bit of extra spice, you will love this.£7.00
This beautiful beast is bursting to the brim with some of our absolute favourite hops. Citra, Mosaic, Azacca and Ekuanot for that epic dank and piney hit. This Mountain style IPA is a balance between tropical hops with a refreshing crisp finish. Pouring a sunset golden hue to draw you in for that delicious zesty hit that's as good at the end as it was at the start.6% ABV£4.90
A West Coast IPA brimming with pineapple notes with the bitterness of pine and a zesty finish. Simcoe and Centennial hops.6.7% ABV.£5.90
This dark style lager boasts a Munich and chocolate malt base, giving smooth caramel flavours with crisp bready characteristics. Pouring a luxurious garnet hued brown, Oompah ticks all the boxes for an easy drinking German classic.ABV: 5.5%£4.00
Project Barista combines two of our greatest passions! This series takes the relationship between coffee and beer in different directions, with four unique brews, four kinds of coffee used in different ways, in collaboration with four incredible independent roasters. Mucha Mocha is the big one - all the barrel aged coffee, chocolate and roasty goodness you could ask for.ABV: 10.0%Allergens: Gluten£5.65
Citrus with a light malt sweetness. Perfect gateway beer for those moving away from bland lagers for the first time but enough about it to satisfy the connoisseurs. Unfiltered and naturally hazy. Winner of Gold Medal for South East SIBA regional keg competition at Beer X 2017.ABV: 5.0%Malt: Maris Otter Pale Malt, Carapils, Malted Oats, CaragoldHops: Citra£0.00
Local delivery onlyProsecco Frizzante has a gentle fizz making it a lighter, more easy drinking style. This is a classic frizzante from the Veneto. It has a gentle sparkling and is packed full of fresh apple, delicate melon flavours with a clean, crisp finish.ABV: 10.5%Contains suplhites£16.00
9.0-10.0% abv. Malted barley. Another recipe from the Barclay Perkins archive, from 1856. The Imperial Brown Stouts developed into what became known as the Russian Imperial Stouts, and this particular recipe developed into the Courage RIS, which is most notable because a) it was an excellent beer, and b) it continued to be produced until 1992, as the only surviving link to a certain brewing tradition that was huge in London, and made London famous, for over 200 years. And of course, a tradition which has now been lost. And the beer is black, not brown. Dark black. And round and smooth. Gentle. Coffee and cocoa aroma, then leading to dark fruits, dried fruits, raisin, fig, prune. Even plum. Some sour berries. Through the long finish of hop bitterness entwined with roast and char.ABV 9.5%£5.50