St Albans' 'only brewery' has unveiled a new Belgian Gold Ale.

The new beer from Lost Boys Brewery will be released on Friday (February 24) and will sit alongside their New England IPA, as its second flagship ale.


The Lost Boys Brewery claims to be St Albans' only brewery, with the Three Brewers being located in Symondshyde, Farr Brew in Wheathampstead and Mad Squirrel being brewed in Hemel Hempstead.

The brewery was started by four lifelong friends who all attended The Marlborough Science Academy in Watling Street.

The company was launched in 2017, with the founders juggling jobs at CAMRA (the Campaign for Real Ale), the police and a career in America.

A spokesperson for the Lost Boys Brewery said: "It's a huge moment for us as it marks a definitive move away from fruit-based ales (where we started) and will become our second flagship beer alongside our New England IPA.


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"It will be the second of three that we expect to make our starting lineup - including another new launch at the end of this year. 

"The beer combines the bready, spicy finish of a Belgian with the light maltiness and hint of citrus that you would find in a British Golden Ale.

"Our pilsner malt gives it a traditional bready core but we've included more oats to give it a fuller finish."