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Anspach & Hobday have teamed up with Maldon Salt to launch the Sea Salt & Lime Gose

Updated: Jul 26, 2022

Anspach & Hobday have teamed up with Maldon Salt to launch the Sea Salt & Lime Gose to commemorate Maldon’s 140th birthday

Independent London craft brewery Anspach & Hobday have announced the launch of their brand-new beer in collaboration with Maldon Salt to celebrate Maldon’s 140th anniversary.

The Sea Salt & Lime Gose is a vibrantly tart and fresh Gose infused with lime zest, lime juice and Maldon’s finest sea salt. Hopped with Loral and brewed using Philly Sour yeast, the beer is fruity, refreshing and at 3.5%, proves to be a sessionable summer beer.

The Sea Salt & Lime Gose is on sale now to both trade customers and consumers. Trade customers can purchase directly through Anspach & Hobday. For consumers they can purchase through the Anspach & Hobday webshop now and our venues, The Arch House in Bermondsey and The Pigeon in Camberwell, from Thursday 21st July.

Simon James, Innovation Manager at Maldon Salt says:

“To celebrate our 140th Birthday, Maldon Salt company are very excited to collaborate with Anspach & Hobday. We wanted to partner with them specifically, as the team appreciate the traditional brewing techniques and styles but embrace modernity and novel ingredients.
We are delighted to have our sea salt flakes in this Lime Gose to add another level of freshness alongside the bright citrus fruits and floral American Hops. In addition to this fantastic beer, we have filmed a companion episode of Salt Stories, with some great behind the scene footage of the brew day.”

Paul Anspach, Co-Founder and Head of Production says:

“We have always enjoyed using salt in beer - whether in styles where you would typically expect it such as Goses, or in experimental and progressive styles such as chilli & chocolate Stouts. As well as adding salinity, salt can really enhance the other flavours of a beer, as indeed it does when used in food.
Obviously when one thinks of high quality sea salt only one name comes to mind, and the Maldon salt used in this beer really helps the sharp, citrusy notes of the lime to punch through.”


Sea Salt & Lime Gose - Maldon Collaboration Brew (3.5%) - Brewed in collaboration with Maldon Salt, The Lime Gose is vibrantly tart and fresh, and jumps out of the glass with a bold fruit aroma.

The addition of Maldon's finest Sea Salt adds a balancing salinity, enhancing the citrus notes of the lime and keeping the beer incredibly refreshing and drinkable.


Founded by childhood friends Paul Anspach & Jack Hobday, Anspach & Hobday launched in Bermondsey in 2014. Anspach & Hobday make traditional beer modern. For A&H beer is about enjoyment and community. In 2019 the business set up their Croydon Brewery following on from their 2018 crowdfund (542 investors, £525,250 raised, £3m valuation).

After a follow-on 2021 crowdfund (869 investors, £661,262 raised, £4.9m valuation), Anspach & Hobday are set to double batch volume and efficiency, with a focus on supporting the demand and growth of their popular independent nitro porter, London Black.

Inspired by traditional styles and remade for the 21st century beer drinker, Anspach & Hobday is known for its diverse range of beers. Brewing everything from historic ales and porters to experimental sours and IPAs. All of our beers are vegan friendly and made using renewable energy.

Anspach & Hobday is best known for its flagship beer and award-winning beer, The Porter. The brewery epitomises London craft beer, bringing together tradition with modernity.

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Maldon Salt is a gourmet sea salt that is harvested in the English town of Maldon, Essex. World-renowned, Maldon’s distinctive pyramid salt flakes have been skilfully made using the same traditional artisan methods since 1882. Maldon Salt’s irregular and distinctive pyramid shape is what makes it so special. In addition to the unique tactile texture, the pyramid salt flakes release saltiness with sweet precision, bringing a clean and delicate flavour.

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