fbpx

Urban Farmhouse Erupts with Etna

Etna Blood Orange Gose – The latest release in the Urban Farmhouse series

The addition of Sicilian blood orange juice to a traditional Gose base creates a sharp and refreshing springtime treat. Clean and effervescent, with a restrained but noticeable sourness accompanied by the pink Himalayan sea salt brings a fruity twist to the classic Gose style.

The 23rd product in the highly respected Urban Farmhouse brand. 

It began as a creative project based out of the railway arches in Bethnal Green and quickly developed into a leader in the mixed-fermentation market. Pioneered by James Rylance (now of Harbour Brewing), the goal was to create a series of experimental brews which pushed the boundaries of flavour and really brought the beer back to nature. Using mainly homegrown and foraged fruit, herbs and spices with our house lactobacillus cultures in the midst of a concrete jungle are what truly makes it Urban Farmhouse.

History of Gose Beer

The origin is tied to Goslar, a town in Eastern Germany. Whether the beer was named for the town or the Gose River flowing through the town is unclear, but the town was named for the river, so it’s likely the beer’s name relates to the river.

Read the full Redchurch Etna Press Release