Monday, May 9, 2011

What "Gose" around comes around...

Hey all,

So the winter weizen just barely made it though the weekend. I came in this morning to find an very small puddle in the bottom of the serving tank. So it was perfect timing to pull it off and put on the Gose (pronounced: Goh-za). For those of you that haven't tried this beer yet it is very unique style. It is a style that has been made in a Leipzig Germany for many, many years. It is a very low in alcohol beer, ours is at 4%. Plus since the style pre-dates the Reinheitsgebot, it traditionally has the addition of coriander to this light bodied wheat beer. This beer is extremely drinkable and delectable. Let me know what you think!


1 comment:

  1. I got this on tap yesterday, finishing a growler of it today. This is fantastic, and I'm a hops, high alcohol kind of guy. Coriander, and it's not sweet--it's salty and sour. Near the top of my wheat beer list, maybe the top. Thanks so much for making this.


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