Seven Bro7hers has launched the second in its limited-edition Lockdown 2.0. series – ‘Salty Tiers.’
The craft brewery unveiled its first ever gose beer, welcoming a sweet and sour, bright PINK pint to the family fold.
Salty Tiers is a delicious blackberry and cheery sour with a touch of Himalayan sea salt to balance out the fruit and provide the perfect tartness for the ultimate Salford gose.
The indulgent 4.5% ABV beer joins the 440ml special range for a limited time only and is available exclusively on the webshop for £3.80.
The first lockdown special, the Rye IPA, launched last month, the aim of the series was to lift people’s spirits through restrictions and in the run up to Christmas.
Both beers are available for free same-day delivery for shoppers within a three-mile radius of the brewery. Orders must be over £20 to qualify and placed before 2pm.
CEO Keith McAvoy from Seven Bro7hers, said: “While our beer houses and taproom have been closed in lockdown – and remain temporarily closed in tier three – we have used the time to get experimental in the brewery. And you can’t get more adventurous than our first pink pint!
“Salty Tiers is a really exciting brew for us as it’s our first gose beer and unlike any of our other beers… we can’t wait for people to try it.”
As Greater Manchester moves into tier three for the foreseeable, Seven Bro7hers will continue to host beer tours of the brewery for those looking for a group activity in the run up to Christmas.
Hosted through a video link, punters can enjoy a beer tasting as they explore the family’s Salford brewery. The brothers have also teamed up with their siblings over at Sis4ers Distillery to offer gin and beer virtual tastings.
Keith added: “It is a time of great uncertainty in our city and community while we wait for restrictions to be eased. As we launch this new beer and head into Christmas, we urge people to shop local and support hospitality where you can.”
Keeping it in the McAvoy family; Seven Bro7hers and Sis4ers Distillery were founded by 11 siblings believed to be the biggest single family in the alcohol business in the world.