A variety of the increasingly popular family of ‘Sour Ale', Gose is a traditional German style ale. First brewed in the 16th century, it has been revived in the last 30 years with the rise of the craft breweries.
Traditionally brewed with a large amount of wheat malt with salt and coriander, Gose typically has a distinctly sharp and refreshing sourness. Modern interpretations often have fruit, herbs or other spices added during the brewing process, with effects ranging from sweet, fruity, zesty and dry.
Try Green Beacon's '7 Bells Passionfruit Gose' for a style exhiting good tartness and passionfruit sweet aromas, or Sailors Grave 'Down She Gose' for a more mineral like freshness.