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New releases from Lost and Found

Brighton based Lost and Found Brewery have released three new products. Dedicated to innovation and experimentation, the brewery has just moved to bigger permanent premises in Horsham, Lost and Found was independently rated, by leading beer app Untappd, as a top 10* brewery in the UK.

The team split their workload into pilot brewing and creation of their high quality limited commercial releases. The brewing process is open and inclusive with all recipes printed onto the side of can. Recipes use a premium quality bespoke liquid yeast imported directly from the US.

Co-Founder Chris Angelkov, said: “Our vision for the next 6 months is about modern, vibrant beer that is small batch and innovative through our relentless creation of new recipes. Our constantly changing designs move with our beers to reflect and predict trends and drinking styles. We have broken with conventions, like traditional labelling, because we want to keep our beers agile, while at the same time representing the very high quality ingredients that we use.”

The new releases, which are said to be ‘drinking well’, are: American Pale Ale R3.2, which the makers describe as ‘A modern American Pale Ale with a robust malt profile and full hop hit of tropical fruit and citrus’; IPA – RELEASE 2 / C-The Man Go, ‘Citra, Mosaic and El Dorado hops are paired with premium Alphonso Mangos and Golden Naked Oats to create a juicy tropical IPA’ and Pale Ale Gift Pack, ‘3 x 330ml Cans – 1 x DIPA – ABV: 8.8%, 1 x American Pale Ale, 1 x Four% Pale Ale’

* Announced No.8 – August 2017

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