Angelmonster (213) - Colorado, USA - FEB 16, 2017
Review is of 9 month old bottle
Pours an effervescent, cloudy, pale orange body. Head was white and short lived. Lacing isnt present.
Smell is of a tart, slightly funky sour beer. Peach is lightly detected, straw/hay comes through as beer warms. Alcohol and hops arent detected.
Taste immediately reminds me of kombucha. Slightly more sour than a lot of goses’ I’ve had and also under salted. Peach is subtle, age might have something to do with that. This beer drinks incredibly smooth, yet is one of the higher abv goses’ i’ve had.
Mouthfeel is light and very bubbly. head died soon after pouring. After taste was slightly puckering and carbonation tingled the tongue.
Overall this was a good refreshing beer, not dead on the style, but enjoyable nonetheless. Believe this was a one time collaboration but I’d buy again if given the chance. DialSquare (5625) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - NOV 29, 2016
Draft from Crest in Clintonville: gold pour, white head. aroma of tart, peachy, salt. tastes along the same lines - maybe more of an overripe peach. woody, tart and little funky. interesting stuff. Sammy (15547) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 25, 2016
A great gose, with good tartness, and fruit in aroma and the finish. Unfiltered fruit appearance. Above average mouthfeel. wchesser (2401) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAY 22, 2016
Slightly cloudy bright straw yellow. Nose is peach flesh and light lacto funk. Taste is dry and lightly tart but fruit character presents well and balances. Flavor of ripe peach fleah, light wheat, mineral brininess, light lemon. wedgie9 (2703) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAY 18, 2016
Tasted on 5/18/16 from a capped 375mL bottle, big thanks to Drews for sharing. Pours hazy muted yellow with a thin off white head that quickly disappears. The nose is pretty nice, fresh, juicy peach, some light savory spicy and herbal note, and a bit of earthy funk. The flavor is a bit less complex with still very nice juicy peach, less herbal and spicy, and a nicely salty note. The body is light with average carbonation and a long salty peach finish.
Reynolds314 (3472) - Connecticut, USA - APR 16, 2016
Bottle courtesy of Ernesto. THANKS BRO. Aroma is pretty nice allthough goses are never much to sniff. Wheat, peach flesh, minerally, a bit funky. Taste is fantastic lactic tartness, mineral brineyness, and fruity sweet peaches blended perfectly. So drinkable but unfortunate that its such a limited beer. Would be a great 6-pack beer for sure. Dogbrick (16238) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - APR 15, 2016
Sample at Collaboration Fest on 03/19/2016. The beer pours a clear pale golden color with a medium white head that burns away steadily to a film. Short strings of lacing. Aroma of oak, peaches and yeast. Light-bodied with a tart peachy character and notes of vinous oak, yeast and salt. The finish is tart with a salty peach aftertaste. Good beer all around. Ernesto987 (6082) - Arizona, USA - APR 4, 2016
This beer was incredible, nice light peach flavors, very light gose flavors (salt) and some prairie style brett barrel aging. NachlamSie (4056) - Denver, Colorado, USA - APR 3, 2016
Small bottle from the brewery. This is a really clear gose. It settled out much more than I anticipated it would. Adding some of the contents at the very bottom of the bottle adds some cloudiness to the stark, clear, pale beer. The aroma is tart and oaky. Notes of muscadines back it up and thankfully the peach is very subtle. The palate is lively and light. Tart, fruity flavors are the centerpiece here with very pleasant oak notes for balance. Peach takes a backseat the whole time, and it works remarkably well. The finish gets funky in a good way. Excellent balance, wonderful combination of flavors. Spot on. Not sure I’d call this a gose, but TRVE rarely does anything to style. And how much do we Americans really know about gose anyway? vtafro (7453) - Wayne, New Jersey, USA - MAR 21, 2016
Bottle. Golden pour with a touch of head. Light peach, sour stone fruit, tart fruit, salty aromas. Flavors are light, fruit, salty, peach, and tart tones.