The acidic and fruity profile is reminiscent of cherry cordials and chocolate cake.
Copious additions of blood orange during fermentation impart tangy citrus notes and a slight sweetness to compliment the salinity and tartness typically found in a gose style.
Sour ale starts up with bright notes of tropical fruit yet finishes crisp and gently tart.
Blending of a prizewinning dark beer, a beer aged in oak barrels and the taste of sour cherries.
Coco piña gose is a tropical take on the classic sour german gose style brewed with pineapple, coconut, pink himalayan salt and sea salt.
A perfect balance of tart, sweet, and sour. expect the pink himalayan salt and flowery guava to leave you refreshed and wanting more.
Lemon chiffon gose
Sour ale brewed with passion fruit and creme
Molasses and lime. sweet and earthy molasses orbits harmoniously with refreshing lime, dancing around the palate in tantalizingly unexpected ways.
Lavender and açai, melds soothing lavender with rich, refreshing açai.
Our session sour quencher brewed with lime peel, black limes & sea salt.
Key lime pie tart: a lightly soured ale brewed with real key lime juice, sticky vanilla, cinnamon, and bready wheat malt. it's a refreshing treat as memorable as an evening in key west. whipped cream
Emulating a classic margarita, this tart ale is brewed with real agave nectar, lime juice, and sea salt.
Foeder fermented, non-barrel aged alice with spent peaches.
Imperial florida weisse fermented with mango, papyaya, strawberry, and pineapple. coral in color, this beer is crisp with a tart, tropical fruit finish
Margarita gose aged on tequila staves with grapefruit, lime and sea salt.
This electrifying transformation of our famed golden monkey may just blow your mind. tastefully twisted to offer nuances of sweet fruit, and a sharp tang of tartness.
Dominant flavors in gose include a lemon sourness, an herbal characteristic, and a strong saltiness.
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