Mosaic bangs on the nose, orange jelly, soft melon and tangerine on the palate with a white grape-skin finish.
Alc. 6.3% Vol., 440ml Can
Hops: Mosaic / Nelson Sauvin
Allergens, including cereals containing gluten:
Barley, Wheat, Oats
Unfined and unpasteurised. Suitable for Vegans.
In October 2016, GlassHouse spawned from home brewing in mom’s greenhouse in the back garden, Kings Heath. Josh and his cousin Calum began brewing on a half barrel kit, releasing small batch beers locally, and quickly gained notoriety in Birmingham.
After some key local events in 2017, the brewery had already outgrown capacity in under a year so, in May 2018, GlassHouse moved into a new 2500 sq ft unit in Stirchley and awaited the delivery of a new 10bbl brewery. After inevitable delays, brewing commenced in September 2019.
A year and a half of keg releases and festival appearances later, an uptick in national demand meant GlassHouse needed to grow once again. In March 2020, the arrival of 3x 20HL unitanks opened the door to canning. Buzzin’! Then…Covid-19 hit.
After a day of frantic planning and general peril, the business pivoted, hard. The team began crowlering in March – counter pressure filling, seaming and labelling 13,000 cans by hand well into December.
As customers of The Malt Miller it made total sense to add them to our range of beers, as we think you’ll really love them like we do.