Garage Project White Mischief
What to expect:
Tiny ABV meets giant peach
Tart, fruit-driven sour beers are all about refreshing goodness that is post-lager, pre-seltzer, cider-adjacent and wine-light. And this does it all. This is a 2.9% ABV beer but tastes much more: a lovely whack of tinned peaches, a lick of salt and bright acidity combine to make it the ultimate palate-cleanser. Perfect as an aperitif or even a wine substitute during dinner. Something of a cult beer thanks to its cheeky rabbit karma sutra artwork, but it’s a cheekiness that reflects a zesty flavour.
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Slightly sour and fresh peach notes, this is a rare beer that can handle oily fish such as mackerel or salmon. Add a bit of cream and some potatoes in the form of a smoked fish pie and you're in heaven.