Topic Archives: Gose

Posted in Boulevard Brewing, Don't Miss This, New Releases

Boulevard Tequila Barrel Lime Gose finds bottles for the 1st time

Boulevard Tequila Lime Gose bottles

Boulevard Tequila Barrel Lime Gose was a hit last year on draft. In 2018 the brewery has bottled the seasonal offering.

In mid-2016, Kansas City-based Boulevard Brewing acquired freshly emptied tequila barrels. After a style debate on what would go into the wood the brewery settled on a German-style gose.

Aged with fresh limes, Boulevard Tequila Barrel Lime Gose smells of oak and vanilla. According to Boulevard expect:

…a pleasant, refreshing lactic acidity and hints of coriander and sea salt, citrus flavors mingle with malt sweetness to temper the acidity and touch of heat provided by tequila barrel-aging.

Boulevard Tequila Barrel Lime Gose is available in 12-ounce bottles and draft across select brewery markets in March 2018.

Style: Gose (w/ Limes. Barrel Aged. Tequila.)
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Seasonal Release.
Debut: May 2017
Bottle Release: March 2018

5.9% ABV, 15 IBUs

Image: Boulevard Brewing 

Posted in Seasonal Return, Second Self Brewing Company

Top Gun Beer: Second Self Margarita in Gose returns

Second Self Margarita in Gose cans

We honestly aren’t sure what we drink more of around the Beer Street Journal office – beer or margaritas. This release makes choosing between the two a little bit easier. Second Self Margarita in Gose is back for a second season.

Let’s address the most badass fact about this beer, the Top Gun theme. Second Self now has a “Top Gun Series” of beers, that started with Maverick & Gose last year. That beer is back in the skies (shelves) once again with an updated recipe. Since you can’t pull off an inverted flying maneuver without a partner, Second Self Margarita in Gose, aka “MIG” is here.

MIG mimics the taste of a margarita thanks to fresh orange lime juice and Florida orange peel. Those flavors, plus a touch of salt makes this gose margarita/ beer hybrid. Shots of tequila might make the perfect compliment. The choice is yours.

Second Self Margarita in Gose is available in Georgia and Alabama again in March 2018.

Style: Gose (w/ Lime. Orange Peel. Coriander, Sea Salt.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: 6/1/17
Latest Return: March 2018

4.3% ABV

Image: Beer Street Journal

Posted in Creature Comforts, New Releases

Creature Comforts Mango, Orange & Lime Tritonia debuts January 19th

Creature Comforts Mango, Orange & Lime

Creature Comforts Mango, Orange & Lime Tritonia debuts in the brewery’s taproom on Friday.

The Athens, Georgia based brewery hit a home run with their fans when they debuted Cucumber & Lime Tritonia on draft in 2015. Creature Comforts has been teasing new variants ever since.

This Friday look for a new variant hits cans – Creature Comforts Mango, Orange & Lime Tritonia. The tart wheat ale features a touch of coriander, and sea salt, plus fresh mangos, oranges and limes.

12-ounce cans of this Tritonia variant are on sale at the brewery on Friday, January 19th at 3 pm.

Style: Gose (w/ Mango. Oranges. Limes. Sea Salt. Coriander.)
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft. Brewery only.
Debut: 1/19/18

4.5% ABV

Posted in Seasonal Return, The Veil Brewing

The Veil Brewing Never Forever, with gallons of passionfruit puree 

The Veil Brewing Never Forever

The Veil Brewing Never Forever will be available again on October 3rd. 

Never, the house gose by The Veil Brewing serves as the backdrop for Never Forever which is aged on “a ton” of passionfruit puree. The tart, tropical as hell release is one of the brewery’s most doted upon creations.

Clocking in at 4.9%, this is one of our favorites, and most acidic fruited Goses we have released.

The Veil Brewing Never Forever will be available in 16-ounce cans when the brewery opens on October 3rd.

Style: Gose (w/ Passionfruit)
Availability: 16oz Cans
Latest Return: 

4.9% ABV

Image: The Veil Brewing

Posted in Don't Miss This, The Veil Brewing

Another Hawaiian Punch inspired beer: The Veil Brewing Never Never Aloha Aloha

The Veil Brewing Never Never Aloha Aloha

It may be past Labor Day, but Richmond, Virginia is still getting a little tropical. The Veil Brewing Never Never Aloha Aloha debuts today.

If you aren’t familiar with The Veil’s beer naming nomenclature, when you see the double name, it’s going to be the “double” version of another similar beer. In this case, Never Aloha released in back in March.

The Veil Brewing Never Never Aloha Aloha is a double version of their Hawaiian Punch inspired gose, brewed with literally hundreds of gallons of pineapple, mango, passion fruit, blood orange, Guava, and cherry purée, plus Hawaiian red alaea sea salt.

Super tart and loaded with tropical notes on the aromatics and flavor profile.

The Veil Brewing Never Never Aloha Aloha will be available when the brewery opens on September 5th.

Style: Gose (w/ Passionfruit, Pineapple, Mango, Blood Orange, GuavaCherries.)
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: 9/5/17

5.1% ABV

Image: The Veil Brewing

Posted in Carolina Bauernhaus Ales, Coming Soon

Carolina Bauernhaus plans to bottle their spicy ‘Walhallapeno”

Carolina Bauernhaus Walhallapeno

Anderson, South Carolina’s Carolina Bauernhaus is planning on bottling their spicy Walhallapeno beer. A collaboration with Frothy Beard Brewing.

If you are a fan of heat, you’ll find it here. Jalapeños bring the burn, rounded out by a touch of tartness by the base beer which is a gose. This beer has been frequently found in the taproom and has a loyal following. As we understand it, one of the founders of Frothy Beard hails from Wahalla, South Carolina. Thus, the derivation of the Walhallapeno name.

Salty! Sour! Spicy! Walhallapeno is our delightfully refreshing collaboration with our friend at Frothy Beard Brewing in Charleston, SC. The bright spicy flavor of locally grown jalapeño peppers are a delicious complement to our salty and sour Gose. This rustic refined flavored ale was oak fermented with our house blend of native yeast and soured with locally sourced lactobacillus from SouthYeast Labs.

Carolina Bauernhaus Walhallapeno is slated for 22 ounce bottles, and already available on draft.

Style: Gose (w/ Jalapeno Peppers)
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft.
Debut (Bottles): TBA

4.5% ABV

Posted in Don't Miss This, New Releases, The Collective Brewing Project

Texas brewery creates a Ramen Noodle infused ‘Cup O Beer’

Collective Brewing Project Cup O Beer

We’ve all been there. You’re down to your last dollar and you’re hungry. Then you see the price tag on the Cup O’ Noodles and all of a sudden you’re back to baller status. Last time we checked you can buy about 40 of them for a dollar.

Cup O’ Noodles, known by college students (and beer writers) the world over, is now officially in a beer thanks to Fort Worth, Texas based The Collective Brewing Project.

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The base beer is a tart/sour gose brewed with ginger, lime, lemongrass, and seaweed-cured sea salt. Let’s not forget the star of the show – 55 pounds of Ramen Noodles. (Which probably set the brewery back around $7.50.)

Collective Brewing Project Cup O’ Beer debuted in June, but the beer is still showing up at bars and events around Texas.

Style: Gose (w/ Lemongrass. Ginger. Lime. Sea Salt. Ramen Noodles.)
Availability: 500ml Bottles
Debut: June, 2017

?? ABV

Image: The Collective Brewing Project