Honey, leaves and flowers in a thymely brew

Emerson Brewing has released a thymely beer to coincide with the festival.

Central Otago thyme honey and thyme leaves and flowers have been added to an ale to create Emerson’s Thyme (4.7% alcohol).

Old herbal recipes used thyme to ease throat infections, colds, coughs, bronchitis, for shrinking swollen nasal passages and easing menstrual pain.

In Asian medicine it is a remedy for diarrhoea, itching, toothache and vomiting.

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2 thoughts on “Honey, leaves and flowers in a thymely brew”

  1. richard you really got to have a word to ric about how he writes about your beers. It does make it easy for a bit of fun though . Thyme and vomiting and the APA and intestinal worm.

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