An unfiltered German wheat ale brewed with coriander and salt. It is kettle soured for 4 days to make it a dry, tart refreshing beer. (Description provided by company)
A wheat beer style originating in Leipzig, Germany, the style is characterized by using 50% or more malted wheat during the brewing process.
This style is normally unfiltered, so it has a cloudy pale to moderate gold color. This gives the beer a nice malt wheat crispness which is balanced by the inclusion of spices. Hop bitterness and flavor is generally low.
Best served cool, at 46-54 degrees, and in a stange or weizen glass.
New York State ranks 4th for tart cherry production in the US, with the majority of the acreage located in four Western New York Counties located about 2 hours from our brewery.
Breezy, fresh and invigorating. As the saying goes, it’s “cool as a cucumber”, but that’s something quite unexpected when it comes to beer. We began with the brisk yet flavorful German Gose style, brewed with salt and coriander for a slightly tart sparkling taste and hint of pepper.
Light raspberry sour (Description provided by company)
An experimental brew from Braustelle that references historic smoked beers mixed with a gose style. There are two versions; "Abraxas" is a 3% ABV, while "Abraxxxas" is the 6% variety.
A bold and bright step outside the norm, the flavors of a unique, old world German brewing process excite your senses with the sharp and sweet burst of fresh cherries. Effervescent and sublime, this session ale has an enticing cherry-fruit character.
Hitachino Nest's wheat beer with plum
This is our interpretation of Gose (pronounced “Gose-uh”), a traditional German-style sour wheat beer brewed with coriander and salt. Once nearly extinct, this very refreshing style is making a comeback. (Description provided by company)
A link to the ales of Saxony that had all but vanished, this Gose is a peculiar yet captivating brew. With a base of an unfiltered wheat ale, it’s vivid and refreshing yet also has a softness to it.