Never heard of Gose? You’re not alone… it’s not a terribly common type of beer, though rumor has it that Dave at the Herkimer brewed some up and it’s quite tasty.
Gose is an oddball style of North German ale that is sort of a cross between a Belgian Wit and a Berliner Weisse. It’s brewed with 1/2 wheat malt, spicedwith coriander. The fermentation is via ale yeast spiked with lactobacillus, so the beer has a definite tartness to it. Lastly, an addition of sea salt gives it a nice roundness and an interesting if slight saltiness. We’re serving it in a voluptuous 23 oz Weizen glass. Come check it out.