About the Gose

The Gose (pronounced GOH-zeh) style originated during the Middle Ages in the town of Goslar. Production declined following the Second World War but has been revived during the modern craft beer era. Its appearance is hazy with a medium gold color. Puffy white head with excellent retention. Visibly effervescent. Its feel should have a medium body with high carbonation. Being dry and salty lends a mouthwatering quality. Its aroma and palate have a light sourness with noticeable amounts of salt and coriander. Bitterness is all but absent with no hop flavor. Its saltiness should be used with restraint. And its sourness shouldn’t be as intense as found in a Berliner Weisse or a Gueuze.

I Want It Now! is a German-style Gose by Funky Buddha Brewery that blends tart lemon and passion fruit with sweet mango, bready malt, and sea salt.

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Sword Play, a German-style Gose by Civil Society Brewing Co. and Commonwealth Brewing Co. blends tart fruit, sea salt, and sourdough bread.

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RBF Raspberry Sour Ale, a German-style Gose by The Larimer Beer Company is a salty blend of doughy bread, tart berry, and lemon.

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La Resistance Sour Ale is a German-style Gose by The Larimer Beer Company that features tart citrus blended in a saltine cracker wheat base.

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SeaQuench Ale is a German-style Gose by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery that blends tart lime juice, sea salt, pepper, and coriander in a wheat base.

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