HippieFee (467) - - JAN 29, 2017
Draft - Light and flavorful tartness. Please no grapefruit taste to it. It sticks to the palate as well which makes the tartness linger as well. AmEricanbrew (7011) - Same Trailer, Different Park, Louisiana, USA - DEC 31, 2016
Hazy pale yellow with fleeting foam. Salty wheat cracker, bready, coriander aromas. Smooth medium body. Salty, tart wheat, mild lactic, fruity coriander flavors____good. PanMarek (463) - Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 19, 2016
Cloudy, murky, dark yellow pour with little foam. Distinct lacto tartness in the nose with some spice, white grape, a little lemon and some brine. Light to medium body, crisp fizz and slightly slick finish. The nose suggests a sour beer of some kind, but the taste delivers a smooth, spicy (coriander) wheat beer experience, which tends to persist to the finish. As it warms up a little earthy, wet hay aspect starts to emerge. A good sour beer / wheat beer hybrid, very good for summer. A pleasant surprise. baraciisch (3387) - California, USA - NOV 16, 2016
Clear yellow orange in color... Aroma of salt, wheat, lemon zest... Flavor is salt, lemon, lots of coriander... Very light and sessionable... Very muted, not much tartness or saltiness in general... Okay at best
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone LilBeerDoctor (4194) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 12, 2016
Bottle. Pours a clear light orange with a very thin white head. Aroma of light fruits, sour wheat malt, apple, light spices. Flavor of wheat malt, light fruits with a faint sour prickliness, coriander. Lots of wheat malt, not really sour, kind of bland. An ok beer, not very similar to other goses that I’ve had.
muzzlehatch (4969) - Beloit, Wisconsin, USA - SEP 16, 2016
12 ounce bottle from the House of Bottles in Marengo, IL, served in a Zywiec glass a little below cellar temp. A big, stable, lasting snowy head tops a lightly bubbly, faintly cloudy pale gold body....coriander, lime, light yeasty (sourdough) manifest in a pleasant if rather light nose...body offers a very light citric sweetness, like a touch of tart lemonade, just a touch of saltiness which grows somewhat towards the finish along with an increasing tartness...finish is quite tart, just a touch sweet, juicy, long, with the bare hint of pepper as well, after the mouth has been cleared...body is full, just a touch syrupy, moderately carbonated. This is really beautifully done and just insanely drinkable, I had to really resist chugging this sucker; it could perhaps be just a little more tart/sour, and I think a little more carbonation wouldn’t hurt, though with the low alcohol it never comes close to feeling sticky. When I took my several-year sabbatical from this site, this style wasn’t even on my radar (or most people’s) and I’d only had one traditional German example - now it’s everywhere and I’ve had half a dozen without even really trying to find them. This is the first "new" example that I’ve really enjoyed though, and it’s got me excited to find some more like it. scooterbub (1067) - Lander, Wyoming, USA - JUL 31, 2016
12 ounce bottle. Pours a hazy yellow with a one inch white head that lasts. Taste is of malt, wheat, coriander, citrus and some sour fruit. Wheat aroma. Has a lighter, refreshing body. Very drinkable and quite enjoyable. mmahut (1858) - CZECH REPUBLIC - JUN 27, 2016
Bottle, thank you mifo. Pours in clear yellow body, light hazy, almost like lime juice, medium creamy white head. Aroma has lactic acid upfront with herbal background, light coriander. I get the salt on the nose as well. Taste has very gentle light salt upfront with refreshing wheat malty notes. Citrusy, lemon like. No bitterness. Tart. Body is medium, high carbonation. Troupis (265) - - MAY 29, 2016
Tart and salty in a beer?!? It's really drinkable and yet super complex. Really intrigued. Perfect for the summer and perfect even after an evening of IPAs because of its uniqueness.
Worth trying and worth buying.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone HuskerTan (2398) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - MAY 6, 2016
A- Plastic, funky.
A- Yellow color, clear liquid, minimal head.
T- Funky, tart, slightly sour, slightly salty, subtle lemon.
P- Light body, average texture, average carbonation, slightly funky finish.
O- They cal it a wheat with coriander aka witbier on the front and a gose on the back. Definitely leans towards the gose. Not much coriander but plenty of funky sour salty goodness. Nothing super special but refreshing for sure.