RATINGS: 278   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.59/5   IBU: 11   EST. CALORIES: 126   ABV: 4.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Our version of an unusual, yet resurgent, beer style. It pays tribute to the pleasantly sour, slightly salty wheat beers that originated in Goslar and became popular in Leipzig, Germany around the late 1800’s. A great introductory sour beer, Hibiscus Gose receives coriander and sea salt during boiling, then we steep dried hibiscus flowers at the end to create a vibrant pink hue (really, though, it’s pink!). The result is a tangy, sweet and sour ale with a refreshing citrus character.

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3.4
Ron (3961) - Rochester, New York, USA - JUL 11, 2017
Bottle. Poured a rose wine in the body that was mostly clear, with a small white head, average retention. Faint floral notes on the aroma and salt. Taste is mildly salty, again faint floral notes. Medium thin body with good carbonation. Easy to drink and refreshing.

3.2
BigBeer45 (1532) - Michigan, USA - JUL 7, 2017
Bottle sampled in a glass, this beer was a clear gold in the glass with a faint red hue, the pour gave a white and faint off-white cover, some nice lacing, the aromas were wheat, faint berry fruit with a floral note (hibiscus), light wheat/malt with a bread note, malt and fruit sweetness, there was a salt-wheat aspect to the nose, it had a light flavor of sour fruit, a hint of raspberry, light wheat, a little fruit like sweetness, there was a sourness at the finish to give some dryness on the tongue, the mouth feel was light, it had soft to average carbonation and it had a bit of creamy feel on the lips, the nose reminded me of a fruit ale, the flavor a light sour fruit beer, it was an ok drink.

3.1
euniceradio (537) - Worthington, Minnesota, USA - JUL 4, 2017
12oz bottle to tulip. Pours clear peach, dissipating head. Aroma of floral, orange, apricot, cardboard. Taste of same. Slightly tart, moslty sweet, with moderate spice and salt finish. Nice representation of flowers. Wish it were more sour and salty.

3.1
BeerdedDave (1707) - Beckley, USA - JUN 24, 2017
clear, light amber color with a quickly dissipating head; salty, slightly sour aroma; a light, delicate beer; light sour fruit notes with hints of spice and floral notes; dry finish with hints of salt

1.8
mjmoen (536) - - JUN 22, 2017
F. Pours a clear golden color with white head. One of the more sour beers I’ve had. Undrinkable

3.5
ehaak26 (524) - - JUN 7, 2017
Bottle from Beers of the World. Aroma of coriander, hibiscus, citrus. Tart with some salt.

3.2
after4ever (8025) - Mukilteo, Washington, USA - MAY 30, 2017
12-oz. Pours a clear pale garnet with a loose and sudsy off-white head that goes away. Mild rose hip and vitamin nose, with faint red wine vinegar. Watery light body. Minimal carb. Vitamins, rose hips, red wine vinegar, and a tiny bit of lemon on the palate. Mild finish. Understated and undercarbed, though otherwise well made.

3.6
chucklemation (1685) - Royal Oak, Michigan, USA - MAY 29, 2017
Pours a pale grapefruit pink without much of a foam head. Aroma is floral, hibiscus, and mineral. Flavor is tart fruit, hibiscus, and salt. crisp and well-carbonated. Very nice.

3.4
unclemike (3124) - Ft. Riley, Kansas, USA - MAY 26, 2017
ours a hazy pink color with a thin creamy tan head. Fair head retention. Aroma of doughy, bready malt, tart berries, a mild bit of brine. The taste is tart berries, cherries, cranberries, pale malt, salty finish. Medium bodied, bright, good balance

4.1
Rumbero (85) - Miami, Florida, USA - MAY 22, 2017
from a fresh 12 oz bottle: aroma - floral hibiscus up front and center, hay and light bready malts, salt with hint of coriander. appearance - deep gold/pale amber with a reddish tint, a 1/2" white head with low retention. perfectly clear. taste - just a bit tart not quite sour. the flowery hibiscus flavor combines well with the mild bitterness, which stays at the palate, the saltiness and the spices. palate - medium light body, but with a substantial, almost rich texture. lively carbonation and slight astringency. finishes long, tangy and smooth with persistent saltiness. overall - refreshing and light as a good gose should be. the hibiscus gives it its own identity and makes it more interesting that a straight gose.


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