Tin Roof Gose with the Flow debuts today, with bottles hitting shelves by July. This is a completely new beer by the Louisiana based brewery.
Typical of the nose style (which is on fire in the U.S. these days), Tin Roof Gose with the Flow uses coriander and Himalayan Pink Sea Salt in the brewing process. Lactic bacteria and ale yeast create the tartness. The result is a great heat-beating beer.
This is our take on an old German beer that was almost extinct. We used a mix of wheat and barley, spiced it up with Coriander and Himalayan Pink Salt and finally fermented with both yeast and lactic bacteria. The result is a smooth flavor with almost no bitterness and a slight sour spiciness, followed by citrusy zest. The finish is crisp and dry with a mouth puckering sensation. Enjoy this very refreshing brew after mowing the yard or a day at the beach.
Tin Roof Gose with the Flow will be a 22 ounce bottle and draft offering starting in July, 2016.
Availability: 22oz Bottles, Draft.
4.6% ABV, 12 IBUs