tribeincident (5) - sc, South Carolina, USA - JAN 6, 2014 does not count
Great beer. Very tart and refreshing. Good summer time beer out if the white can. Sour/salty/delicious mfp13jr (152) - Glenville, New York, USA - APR 15, 2014
Poured from the can. Pours with light amount of white head which quickly disappears. Smells of sours, light and tart. Flows easily over the tongue with lemons, wheat, and fresh tartness. What a beautiful beer Ionlyrate5s (103) - New York, USA - SEP 23, 2014
Excellent brew...somewhat sour aroma. The flavor was fantastic. Had spicy like a hefe but really came through was the berlinner character. Such a great multi faceted brew A+++++ BrunoSanchez (190) - Fermo, ITALY - JUL 23, 2015
Interpretazione americana del vecchio stile "gose" dal colore dorato opalescente con schiuma evanescente. Al naso note di paglia e sidro. In bocca acida ma non agresiva con abastanza frizzantezza il tutto in un corpo medio leggero. Il sapore ricorda il sidro di mela ma molto piů acido. Finale sgrassante e pulito. Molto beverina e disetante! Soured_Hops (43) - California, USA - APR 30, 2015
One of my favorite Gose style beers. Mouthwateringly tart and a creamy and dry finish. On the nose I get a bit of sour peach and nectarine. The taste is incredibly refreshing and leaves you wanting more. Great representation of the style.
foq (6) - New York, USA - JUL 3, 2013 does not count
Wonderful bready smell mixed with ocean water. Initially very sour on top middle of tongue mellowing into a seaweed salty flavor. Yeasty finish with a lingering sourdough roll flavor. Very refreshing beer. bob_w (373) - new york, New York, USA - AUG 23, 2013
light sour note, wheat malt quality. tart, effervescence in the nose. turbid dark straw color. pours with generous head that falls quickly to zero head. sharply sour, lactic/acidic, a light cereal note in the finish. dry. really refreshing. the salt and spice are done very subtly. you can perceive a touch of salinity/mineral taste in the middle to finish. lb4lb (2587) - Austin, Texas, USA - JUN 27, 2014
Pours an attractive hazy yellow gold color. Smell is mainly wheat with a hint of tartness and lemon like brightness peaking through. Taste is significantly tart, then wheaty and I’m not certain I pick out any saltiness. Body is full, and prickly carbonation. Perfect mouthfeel and very drinkable and refreshing. This is actually quite sour and very enjoyable. SCCock02 (11) - - FEB 18, 2016
Aroma is salt, pale malts and mild sour funk. The flavor is salt, lemon/fruit, malts and a sour/tart finish. oobawa (1299) - Tennessee, USA - MAY 17, 2012
UPDATED: MAY 26, 2012 There’s really not much more you could ask for in a summer beer. Westbrook Gose is refreshing, sessionable, and incredibly fucking tasty to boot. Tart and tangy as hell, with a noticeable briny bonus on the finish, this beer begs to be consumed as you go about your normal summer day, mowing the lawn, watering the plants, and riding with your brother to the hospital after he’s shot himself in the face with a bottle rocket. (Your brother drinks Bud Platinum and thinks Creed is classic rock, by the way, so your brother is an asshole and deserved the Black Cat to the nostril.) Anyway, the perky carbonation makes sure the beer doesn’t grow cloy or dull, yet doesn’t hamper the lingering tart finish. Mr. Westbrook, sir, please make this brew a regular offering; yeah, sours are trendy and popular and all, but I’ve never seen such an obscure, alternative beer style create such a broad fan base in just a handful of weeks. Great beer.