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Gose- what style by RB guidelines?


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craftycarl21 2227:71
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?
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NobleSquirrel 3437:209
Traditional, I’d say.
8/8/2012 8:35:45 AM

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TheAlum 5701:10
Originally posted by craftycarl21
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?


I think a true Gose falls under the Traditional Ale category.

But, at least around here (Midwest), we’ve been finding a lot of soured wheat base ales without Salt at all.. the brewery calls them Gose (Brugge, Destihl) lately.. when in fact, they are more in line with Berliner Weiss.. or a barrel aged Sour/Wild Wheat ale..
8/8/2012 8:37:31 AM

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CanIHave4Beers 3262:74
Originally posted by TheAlum
Originally posted by craftycarl21
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?


I think a true Gose falls under the Traditional Ale category.

But, at least around here (Midwest), we’ve been finding a lot of soured wheat base ales without Salt at all.. the brewery calls them Gose (Brugge, Destihl) lately.. when in fact, they are more in line with Berliner Weiss.. or a barrel aged Sour/Wild Wheat ale..


So it gose...
8/8/2012 8:40:50 AM

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NobleSquirrel 3437:209
Originally posted by TheAlum
Originally posted by craftycarl21
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?


I think a true Gose falls under the Traditional Ale category.

But, at least around here (Midwest), we’ve been finding a lot of soured wheat base ales without Salt at all.. the brewery calls them Gose (Brugge, Destihl) lately.. when in fact, they are more in line with Berliner Weiss.. or a barrel aged Sour/Wild Wheat ale..


Does the Destihl not have salt? The beer shouldn’t taste salty, just have a mineral quality to it.
8/8/2012 8:55:47 AM

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TheAlum 5701:10
Originally posted by NobleSquirrel
Originally posted by TheAlum
Originally posted by craftycarl21
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?


I think a true Gose falls under the Traditional Ale category.

But, at least around here (Midwest), we’ve been finding a lot of soured wheat base ales without Salt at all.. the brewery calls them Gose (Brugge, Destihl) lately.. when in fact, they are more in line with Berliner Weiss.. or a barrel aged Sour/Wild Wheat ale..


Does the Destihl not have salt? The beer shouldn’t taste salty, just have a mineral quality to it.


They added no salt to the beer.
8/8/2012 8:57:30 AM

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NobleSquirrel 3437:209
Originally posted by TheAlum
Originally posted by NobleSquirrel
Originally posted by TheAlum
Originally posted by craftycarl21
Hey all,

So I was just about to add Flying Dog Gose brewed with salt, coriander, and Old Bay seasoning, but I don’t really know what the best category. Traditional ale like Bahnhof Leipziger Gose et al, or more spice/herb/vegetable because of the Old Bay addition?


I think a true Gose falls under the Traditional Ale category.

But, at least around here (Midwest), we’ve been finding a lot of soured wheat base ales without Salt at all.. the brewery calls them Gose (Brugge, Destihl) lately.. when in fact, they are more in line with Berliner Weiss.. or a barrel aged Sour/Wild Wheat ale..


Does the Destihl not have salt? The beer shouldn’t taste salty, just have a mineral quality to it.


They added no salt to the beer.


coriander?
8/8/2012 9:47:20 AM

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notalush 4852:330
So when is the semi-annual "gose should be its own style in the database" argument going to start?
8/8/2012 12:47:08 PM

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Savvy1982 1705:70
Originally posted by notalush
So when is the semi-annual "gose should be its own style in the database" argument going to start?


Hopefully never.

It’s fine as a Traditional ale.

Now Sahtea on the other hand..
8/8/2012 12:48:34 PM

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GT2 8432:598
I have to walk through mountains of gose shit to get to my car each day. Damn those canadians!! (like savvy)
8/8/2012 12:55:31 PM

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tronraner 2459:109
Originally posted by notalush
So when is the semi-annual "gose should be its own style in the database" argument going to start?


It’s an argument that comes and gose.
8/8/2012 1:03:20 PM

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