An old German beer style from Leipzig, Gose is an unfiltered wheat beer made with 50-60% malted wheat, which creates a cloudy yellow color and provides a refreshing crispness and twang. A Gose will have a low hop bitterness and a complementary dryness and spice from the use of ground coriander seeds and a sharpness from the addition of salt. Like Berliner Weisse beers, a Gose will sometimes be laced with various flavored and colored syrups. This is to balance out the addition of lactic acid that is added to the boil.
Somewhat recently, Gose has seen a mini-revival with a handful of breweries bringing back the style in the Leipziger area and pubs like Gosenschenke "Ohne Bedenken" serving traditionally brewed Gose.
After scaling up our GT Gose recipe to a higher gravity and increasing the additions of botanicals, we aged it for three months in third-use barrels that once housed our Bourbon Barrel Stout. The resulting beer is truly unique and complex: the deeply charred barrels impart a notable “bourbonesque” hue to its appearance, while hints of vanilla and oak give balance to the botanicals leading to a soft bourbon flavor up front and a juniper-like finish.
Reminiscent of a classic cocktail, our GT Gose showcases botanical flavors and aromas of lemon peel, juniper, lemongrass, and grains of paradise. With a juicy lemon-lime tartness and a slightly peppery finish, we've given the gose style a unique spin that we're sure you'll enjoy.
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