Local ingredient

With the #IWCBD International Women’s Brew Day only a few weeks away I’ve been giving some thought to my local ingredient.  It’s the time of year when fruit isn’t really in abundance in our Crewe climate, I’ve already ruled out grit from the neighbouring railway and having already used Haughton honey I wanted something different.

And that’s when David chipped in and suggested salt, Cheshire is well known for its salt mines and salt industry.  So a gose, maybe a fruity, salty gose, might be the beer from us.  The only problem here is I don’t think it’s a style that’s going to work well on cask…

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