Topic Archives: Gose

Posted in Seasonal Return, Victory Brewing Company

Victory Kirsch Gose (sour cherry bier) returns in 6 packs

Victory Kirsch Gose 2017

Victory Kirsch Gose the Downingtown, Pennsylvania brewery’s seasonal gose, returns to shelves once again March 1st.

Cherries are truly the star in this slightly tart, sour beer. The fruit is fresh, the finish is tart, wrapped up in a light bodied ale. Perfect for spring. New for 2017, the beer is available in 6 packs (4 packs previously).

A bold and bright step outside the norm, this new twist on an old-world German brewing process excites your senses with the sharp and sweet burst of fresh cherries. Effervescent and sublime, this session ale has an enticing and satisfying cherry fruit character. European tradition and American ingenuity come together in the truest sense as you Taste Victory in Kirsch Gose.

Look for Victory Kirsch Gose is available 12oz bottles and draft again March 1st, 2017.

Style: Gose (w/ Cherries)
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Latest Return: March, 2017

4.7% ABV 

Pic: Victory Brewing Company 

Posted in Abita Brewing, Coming Soon, Don't Miss This

Spring: Abita To-Gose, brewed with key limes

Abita To-Gose

Spring will bring Abita To-Gose to the French Quarter. (As well as everywhere else you can find Abita.)

In 2017, expect to see the Louisiana based brewery release a not only fresh takes on some of their most well-known beers, but also debuting a few new styles. Abita To-Gose the gose seen above being one of them. The brewery has introduced fresh key limes into a German-style gose. The result – a sour ale with a touch of salt and citrus.

In New Orleans, go-cups mean the fun (and the beer) doesn’t always stay inside the bar. To-Gose is Abita’s refreshing take on traditional Gose beer, brewed with malted wheat and barley, sea salt, coriander and German Perle hops. Fresh key limes added during aging create a sour ale with a kick of citrus, spice, and salt.

According to the brewery, Abita To-Gose should be available around May, 2017, in 12 ounce bottles and draft.

Style: Gose (w/ Key Lime, Sea Salt)
Hops: Perle

Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Debut: Spring, 2017

4% ABV

Posted in New Releases, Wicked Weed Brewing Co

Wicked Weed Tropicmost Passionfruit Gose, now in cans

Wicked Weed Tropicmost Gose

Wicked Weed Tropicmost Passionfruit Gose debuted in the fall of 2015. It was the first gose the brewery had ever packaged. This week it is available in cans for the first time.

 A tart, salty, and crushable beer is exactly what we need to help remind us of the summer as the cold and windy days start showing up here in Asheville.

Wicked Weed Tropicmost Passionfruit Gose is a draft and 12 ounce can offering.

Style: Gose (w/ Passionfruit)
Availability: 500ml Bottles
Inital Release: Late October, 2015
Can Debut: February, 2017

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Image: Wicked Weed Brewing 

Posted in Anderson Valley Brewing Company, Don't Miss This, New Releases

Anderson Valley GT Gose (aka Gin & Tonic Gose)

Anderson Vally GT Gose

Anderson Valley GT Gose is headed to market, a new botanical gose.

Think of a gin & tonic cocktail when it comes to this new gose. The idea came about after a few in house discussions surrounding beer cocktails, and barrel-aged gins. The brewery used lemon peel, juniper berries, and lemongrass at the end of beer’s boil, adding botanical notes that gin boasts.

During fermentation, the brewery added cucumber, salt, and a touch of cinchona bark.

Reminiscent of a classic cocktail, our GT Gose showcases botanical flavors and aromas of lemon peel, juniper, lemongrass, and grains of paradise. With a juicy lemon-lime tartness and slightly peppery finish, we’ve given the gose style a unique spin that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.

Anderson Valley GT Gose is available in 12 ounce cans, and draft.

Style: Gose (w/ Lemon Peel, Juniper, Lemongrass, Grains of Paradise, Cucumber, Sea Salt, Cinchona Bark.)
Hops: Bravo
Malts: 2 Row, Cara-Crystal, Wheat

Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: February, 2017

Posted in Dogfish Head, Don't Miss This

Dogfish Head SeaQuench Ale marks the brewery’s 3rd can

Dogfish SeaQuench Ale cans

Dogfish Head SeaQuench Ale debuts today, marking the brewery’s third canned beer.

This tart ale is actually three different styles of beer that come together in one union. SeaQuench starts as a traditional kolsch, a salt-forward gose that is brewed with black limes and sea salt, and a Berliner Weisse brewed with lime juice and peel. The three beers were blended together during fermentation, resulting in a mixed, session sour ale.

Recently, Dogfish Head has started transitioning to 12 ounce cans; releasing 60 Minute IPA and Flesh & Blood IPA.

Three styles blissfully brewed in sequence for a citrusy-tart union, our hybrid sour quencher is brewed with lime peel, black limes, and sea salt.

Dogfish Head SeaQuench Ale is brewed in collaboration with the National Aquarium. Dogfish Head has already started various conservation efforts to help preserve local Chesapeake Bay.

As of January 30th, Dogfish Head SeaQuench Ale will be available in 12 ounce cans and draft at the brewery. Distribution to follow soon.

Style: Gose (w/ Lime Peel, Black Limes, Sea Salt)
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Seasonal.
Debut (Cans): 1/30/17

4.9% ABV, 10 IBUs

Image: Dogfish Head

Posted in New Releases, The Veil Brewing

The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient (cherry gose) debuts

The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient

The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient, part of the brewery’s Limited Release Series, debuts today in cans.

Using Veil’s house gose (known as Never), the brewery added a “crap load” of Montmorency cherries and black lava salt. Beer Street Journal had a taste of this beer earlier this week. The finished beer is very bright, with a very fresh cherry flavor, and a subtle tart finish. The color is absolutely stunning.

The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient is available in 16 ounce cans, in 4 packs at the brewery in Richmond, Virginia. $16 dollars each.

Style: Gose (w/ Cherries, Black Lava Salt.)
Availability: 16oz Cans. Brewery release.
Debut: 1/17/17

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The Veil Brewing Never Sufficient Tank

Veil Brewing co-founder Matt Tarpey pulls a sample of Never Sufficient (cherry gose) off the tank. PIC: Beer Street Journal

Posted in Headlines, Terrapin Beer Company

Terrapin Easy Gose to debut year-round in April

Terrapin Easy Gose

New year-round beer for 2017 – Terrapin Easy Gose.

In summer 2016, Terrapin launched Watermelon Gose. Easily one the best hot weather beers we had last year. Releasing a gose on a large scale like that taught the brewery something. People love the gose style.

Watermelon Gose will return in time again for hot weather, alongside Terrapin Easy Gose.

Easy Gose will feature grapefruit peel, creating a beer that’s tart, light, and citrusy.

Terrapin Easy Gose will be a 12 ounce can and draft release, year-round

Style: Gose (w/ Grapefruit Peel, Coriander.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Year-Round.

Debut: April, 2017

4.5%, 7 IBUs