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Yardley Brothers Brewery, HK, release latest Thai inspired brew

24th October 2020

Luke Yardley Mango Sticky Mango Imperial GoseYardley Brothers Craft Brewery, one of Hong Kong’s oldest and most creative craft breweries, has just released it’s latest unique creation: Mango Sticky Mango Imperial Gose.

The creative brew team, led by founder Luke Yardley, took their inspiration from Thailand’s mango sticky rice dessert. With it’s notes of sweet, slightly salty glutenous sticky rice doused in coconut cream sauce and aromatic slices of tender mango, Mango Sticky Mango Imperial Gose is a mouth-watering, juicy explosion of the senses.

Checking in at a warming 9% ABV (alcohol by volume) the limited-edition beer is brewed with malted barley, filtered water, fresh Australian mangoes, coconut, sugarcane, oats, yeast, Himalayan pink salt, and kettle-soured with lactobacillus.

Mango Sticky Mango pours a lusciously thick, tropical sunset of sour mango, sticky coconut, and subtle salty gose goodness with a touch of citrus tartness. The addition of oats gives the brew a silky-smooth mouthfeel rounded out with a sweet, juicy finish.

“We’re about creating unforgettable experiences for our customers, and Mango Sticky Mango is just that,” says Luke. “This newest member of our limited edition offering further celebrates our passion for pushing the boundaries of craft beer innovation by experimenting with quality ingredients to create beers that people get excited about and remember.”Thai Chilli Getaway Chilli Basil Sour

The imperial gose follows hot on the heels of another Thai inspired brew from Yardley Brothers Brewery, the Thai Chilli Getaway Sour Ale. The classic Thai combination of chili and basil was inspired by a trip to Bangkok to brew a collaboration project with some of the kingdom’s up and coming brewers.

Mango Sticky Mango is available on a limited basis at a selection of Hong Kong’s best craft beer retailers, bars, and restaurants.

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Charles Guerrier

Charles Guerrier

Charles founded SEA Brew in 2015 and is now responsible for the running of the Asia Brewers Network and associated activities. He travels extensively throughout the region putting his Beer Sommelier accreditation to good use.

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