Verloren Gose slated for May Release

A link to the ales of Saxony that have all but vanished, Gose is a peculiar yet captivating brew. From a base of an unfiltered wheat ale, it’s light and refreshing yet also has a softness to it. The flavor is brought to life by an unexpected touch of salt for a mineral quality, and coriander for a peppery spice. The result is an unusual and delicate brew that’s full of flavors to discover.

A rare, almost lost style from Saxony where the Reinheitsgebot didn’t yet apply. Pronounced “goes-uh”
Light and refreshing with a cereal note from its malted and unmalted wheat
Soft and milky taste from lactic acid
Rounded out by the addition of salt and a peppery spice of coriander


Malt Varieties: Two-row Harrington, Metcalf, and Copeland pale malts, malted and unmalted wheat
Hop Varieties: Saaz Noble hops
IBUs: 15
Color: 9 SRM
Alcohol: 6.0% ABV – 4.7% ABW
Yeast Strain: Samuel Adams ale yeast
First Brewed: 2012


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