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Goose Island Adds Cucumbersome to Fulton & Wood Series [VIDEO]

Ever wondered what a beer dry hopped with cucumber would taste like? Grab a pint of Goose Island’s new Cucumbersome Pilsner and find out. This limited release summer brew will only be available on draft in Chicago. Check out the video and channel your inner Seven Mary Three.

Style: Pilsner (w/ cucumbers)
Availability: Draft Only
Arrival: June 2013

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Golden Goddess Joins Goose Island Fulton & Wood Series [VIDEO]

Next up in Goose Island’s Fulton & Wood Series – Golden Goddess.  This release is a collaboration with Tea Master Doug Palas and company at Intelligentsia  (makers of the coffee in Bourbon County Coffee Stout). Golden Goddess is a  German-style Kölsch infused black oolong tea (Iron Goddess of Mercy). Brewers Andy Ellis, Joel Becker, and Brian Turner are the creators of this draft-only Chicago offering.

Style: Kolsch (w/ Oolong Tea)
Availability: Draft only

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DEBUT: 1/28/13 @CobraLounge in Chicago, 7 pm.

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Goose Island Fulton & Wood Baudoina Arrives

The last of Goose Island’s Fulton & Wood beers has been released this week. Baudoinia is named for a type of a fungus that grows on barrels stored low to the ground in distillery rickhouses. For this release, Brett Porter aged Goose Island Bourbon County Stout in Baudoinia barrels.

Style: Imperial Stout (Barrel Aged)
Availability: Draft Only. Chicago area

14+% ABV

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Next Up In Goose Island’s Fulton & Wood: Gran GÃ¥s

Goose Island’s Fulton and Wood Series continues with Gran GÃ¥s, a European inspired recipe. Gran GÃ¥s translates to “spruce goose” thanks to spruce tips from Scandinavia that are added to the beer.

Gran Gas, literally translated ‘spruce goose’ in Swedish, was brewed with two-hundred-and-twenty pounds of hand-picked Spruce tips from Colorado, giving the beer a strong piney aroma with a hint of melon. The herbal character of the fresh spruce tips are complemented by the addition of a spicy Belgian yeast. A secondary fermentation with the lingonberries gives the beer a beautiful reddish-honey color that finishes tart and slightly sweet. With influences and ingredients from all over the globe, Gran Gas is truly an international drinking experience

Availability: Draft only

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