Lazy Sunday




Lazy Sunday, wake up late in the morning after a great night out, lounge around and decide how little you’re going to do for the rest of the day, the Small Faces once sung “Lazy Sunday afternoon, I’ve got no mind to worry, close my eyes and drift away” and what a better way to do it than with a beautiful glass or two of Lemon Grass Saison, deliciously thirst quenching with an ABV that will certainly relax you!

Lazy Sunday beer label

The label depicts Cromer beach at the turn of the century where young children would use the naturally occurring lake at low tide to practice their toy boating skills.

Lazy Sunday (5.9%) is a Lemongrass Saison, a rich and round beer with a solid biscuit and honey, waffle and caramel malt body – the beer uses local malts from Branthill Farm, Wells, just up the road from the brewery.

And the malts really are stunningly good now I’m taking my time to concentrate on them.

Yes, the flavours mentioned above are your standard malt goodness, but here they feel extra rich, extra gooey and chewy, creating a lovely soft sweetness, which is just as much an affirmation of good brewing as it is of lovely produce.

Slinking about over the top of this is a hit of spiky hedgerow hopping, all fresh green undergrowth, nettles and borage, backed up by the rumble of an earthy yeast kick.
The lemongrass sits right at the top of all this, a sharp and fragrant brightness that adds a bright bitterness to the finish.