skiatd1 (52) - New Hampshire, USA - APR 27, 2016
Sour Gose that still is refreshing while remaining tart. Appearance is a cloudy straw. This acted as a great pairing to complement a wide range of foods.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone TURDFERGUSON (4058) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - JUN 30, 2014
Numerous bottles and a few times on draft as well. Fuck yes. This beer has everything I love. Lots of funk and lots of hop aroma and pure flavor. Begins with an amazing sour and saltiness, leading to copious amount of lemony and tropical fruity hops. Flavor follows suit..lots of fruity hops and funky sharp saltiness. Shit, I’ve probably had this 10-15 times now and every time it nails it. Can’t say that about too many beers...even some of the whitest whales. One of the best beers I have had all year and ever. Seriously. Can’t believe there are so few rates on ratebeer. krumbum (1109) - truckee, California, USA - MAY 9, 2015
Sour slight plastic aroma. Hazy pearl gold color. Sour salt amazing. It is light floral great bite and lip smacking salt. andrewje41 (4091) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - JUL 3, 2014
UPDATED: AUG 12, 2016 Draft pour. Pours a beautiful hazy dark yellow. Super sour fruit aroma. Perfect tart fruit flavor. Some orange and maybe a little peach. Nice, sour wheat finish. Incredible beer to say the least. Everything I love about sour beers is in this one. Loved it. UPDATE. This is consistently my go to for the style. I rated this a long time ago, with way less beer miles on me, and I can’t change my rating. I love everything about this beer. Quintessential sour. TheGoldenChalice (24) - The Garden of the Beer Gods, North Carolina, USA - MAR 10, 2015
Served in a Teku from bomber. Served 6mo old. Oddly, prefer this 6mo old than fresh.
Aroma – compelling scents of sea salt and acidity emanate from the surface of this brew. I have not encountered a Gose with aromatic qualities of this nature.
Appearance – opaque golden hue glistens and gleams. Moderate frothy, white head-retention dissipates over time, but remains for minutes after pouring into Teku. Sediment congregates at bottom of glass and appears goopy white from outside of glass, but is truly a brownish-white goop when peering in from above glass. As you pour the remaining bottle into the glass, the beer is murky, pastel-like yellowish-white.
Taste – fascinating, marvelous concoction of sour, funky, salty sensations. Subtle vestiges of Westbrook’s Gose coalesce brilliantly with Stillwater’s ingenuity. Skeptical one could notice the alcohol in this brew prior to reading the label.
Palate – For style, there is nothing this Gose does not accomplish. Goes Gone Wild delicately explores each and every avenue of the palate and exhibits its magnificence throughout each and every sip.
Overall – This beer is in a class of its own; a truly transfixing showstopper of a Gose. Typically, I do not compare styles... Sorry, but this is one of my favorite beers of all time. Drinkability wise and quality wise, I cannot put many brews of any style past this one. Take the time to smell the roses.
MetalNHopHead (2068) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - JUN 28, 2016
Stillwater knows how to make a style irresistible to me. Add hops. It worked for American Lager with Yacht, and now they’ve done it with Gose in Gose Gone Wild. This beer looks standard enough. Yellow, cloudy, heady. The nose is beautifully hoppy with bright citrus. The flavor is a revelation. It’s a blend of yeasty fruity/tartness and hoppy fruity/juiciness. Lemon, orange, and passion fruit. The feel is luscious and crisp. It’s hard to imagine beer getting more refreshing than this. I’m sold. MrChopin (4304) - Baltimore, Maryland, USA - JUN 30, 2014
UPDATED: SEP 20, 2014 Hazy gold, bright lemon with puffy large white head, nice lacing with wispy island. High acid nose compared to the westbrook, mushroom salt funk with higher acidity, sharp with a little BO. High acid front palate, salty with huge grapefruit rind and tangerine mid before lightly doughy finish, moderate citric acids burn chest in hoppy, lightly skunky finish. Very refreshing if too hot, as much a sour as a gose.bytemesis (8808) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - SEP 11, 2014
Have had 3-4 glasses of this on tap recently. UN-BELIEVABLE. Bombers don’t come close. Something unseen, a 3% lactic session sour, saddle and leather so faint, ungodly high-acid lime softness throughout the whole thing, ethereal salt slakes the palate near-finish like a down pillow to the face from the girl in only her panties that you’ll bang for the first time T-10.
Bottle. Pours hazy butterscotch with a large off-white head, puffy and creamy, slow to dissipate, great lacing. Aroma is, oh yeah, Brett!, lots of citrus, lemon, grapefruit. Medium tart. Flavor is dry, a bit funky, salty, a citrus bomb for sure. Light body, Absolutely yummy. This is god nectar. Moar. GandGKevin (934) - Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA - FEB 18, 2016
Super sour and lemony. This is a fantastic Gose and well worth picking up if you can find it. PhillyCraft (7597) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 3, 2014
UPDATED: JUN 5, 2014 On tap at good Dog with Eric and Craig. pours hazy golden orange. Aromas is heirloom Asian fruit most notably lychee and mangosteen. Flavor is peach skins, passionfruit, guava, tangerine, salt, pink lemonade and asian candies. Slightly rustic on finish hit mostly salivating pucker. Best draft beer of the week so far. Tried again at Cambridge...still amazing but $8 bucks for a 6oz pour of a 4.6% alcohol beer is bullshit.