Using locally malted spelt and wheat (some of which was grown just down the road in Hillsborough), as well as deadnettle plants foraged by our head brewer here in Durham, Deadnettle embodies our commitment to exploring the Farm’s Edge during the late spring. Low in alcohol and tart from the kettle souring process, this refreshing Gose is the perfect foil to 80-degree afternoons. Bulls Bay sea salt sourced from just north of Charleston, SC adds a certain savory aspect to the beer, while the lemon and coriander accentuate the acidity of the beer and the deadnettle provides an herbaceous depth of flavor.
|Grains||Locally malted wheat, Locally malted spelt, Flaked wheat, Two-row brewer's malt, Riverbend Malt House Appalachian wheat|
|Hops||Lemondrop, Mandarina Bavaria|
|Other||Lemon oil extract, Locally foraged deadnettle, Coriander, Bulls Bay sea salt|