So we flew trough our stock of the little Sumpin' over the weekend, so I hope you guys got in to give it a try. Other beers that kicked over the weekend were the Wit and the Black Cat Stout. They were replaced with the Gose and J.O.S. respectively.
The Gose has been made here before. It is an ancient German style wheat beer that pre-dates the Hefeweizen style of beer. It has the addition of coriander for a nice spice note and the addition of Salt makes the finish art and slightly drying on the pallet. My goodness, what a perfect hot weather summer beer.
The J.O.S. is a new style for us. J.O.S. stands for Jurgans Oatmeal Stout. For those of you who follow all of our blogs/facebook page you might remember our friend Jurgan, who is the head Maltster at Wyermann Malting company in Germany. He came to visit and recreate his birthday beer, a German Oatmeal Stout. This beer is very light and easy drinking for a stout. The roast character and the body are lighter then our Oatmeal Stout. It is a perfect summer time Stout, because it is not to aggressive in any capacity!