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Marginal Grains
Marginal Grains
Marginal Grains

Marginal Grains American Wheat Beer  |  5%  |  440

£3.90

Broaden & Build is a brewery from the team behind world-renowned restaurant Amass. Their beers are influenced by food and foraging, combining the creative processes of chefs and brewers. Marginal... read more

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Marginal Grains

Broaden & Build is a brewery from the team behind world-renowned restaurant Amass. Their beers are influenced by food and foraging, combining the creative processes of chefs and brewers. Marginal Grains uses a blend of foraged wild herbs for unique flavour and bitterness, the tropical aromas of American dry-hopping and, untypically for the style, our house Vermont yeast.

Thanks to Miles Irving (www.forager.org.uk).

Brew Sheet

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abv

5%

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STYLE

American Wheat Beer

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MALTS

Water, Malted Barley, Wheat, Oats

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Hops

Centennial, Amarillo, Simcoe

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Adjuncts

Fennel Flowers, Mugwort, Yarrow Flowers

AVAILABLE IN

  • Can
  • Keg

Brew Sheet

icon-faceAsset 6abv

abv

5%

icon-faceAsset 1style

STYLE

American Wheat Beer

icon-faceAsset 5ingredients

MALTS

Water, Malted Barley, Wheat, Oats

icon-faceAsset 7style

Hops

Centennial, Amarillo, Simcoe

icon-faceAsset 2leaf

Adjuncts

Fennel Flowers, Mugwort, Yarrow Flowers

AVAILABLE IN

  • Can
  • Keg
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Broaden & Build is a brewery from the team behind world-renowned restaurant Amass. Their beers are influenced by food and foraging, combining the creative processes of chefs and brewers. Marginal Grains uses a blend of foraged wild herbs for unique flavour and bitterness, the tropical aromas of American dry-hopping and, untypically for the style, our house Vermont yeast.

Thanks to Miles Irving (www.forager.org.uk).