Session Ale #13: Here It Gose Again - East End Brewing Company
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by MmmIPA:
3.68/5 rDev -6.4%
Fresh from East End.Drank from a Steelers pint glass.
Cloudy yellow with not much of a head.No lacing and no traces of a head either.
Notes of funk and wheat and some citrus.
I tasted wheat,orange,coriander and some sort of funky yeast.
Thin mouthful and very easy on the palate.You could drink alot of this considering the low abv.
Great beer but I think a growler is a bit too much for one person.
07-29-2008 18:51:37 | More by MmmIPA
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4/5 rDev +1.8%
Appears a cloudy bright golden with a wispy white head, my first brew I sampled at this year's Penn Fest I have since enjoyed it on tap in number. Aromatics offer a tart lactic citrus twang with a touch of yeast and spiciness offered by the coriander. Flavor more of the that refreshing tartness bringing a dry finish light hop presence but the star of the show is the funk and salty sweet combo from the wheat malt. Just a kiss of coriander was there not the typical overdone version when it comes to coriander infused brews. Closest experience to liquid unpasteurized yogurt and citrus fruits I will ever find in a beverage that turns out refreshing and very palatable. Mouthfeel was light with naturally tight carbonation a little bit of pucker but not overbearing finishes bone dry of course. Drinkability was actually great even in the heat it was hitting on a level of refreshing and palate enlightenment that was perfect for the start of the 2008 Penn Microbrewer's fest.
09-08-2008 14:06:11 | More by WVbeergeek
4.38/5 rDev +11.5%
A growler courtesy of Hojaminbag. Thanks Ben!
A: The ale is a pale straw color, a mix of gold and brown that gets darker at the widest part of the glass. A 2 finger head was fast to rise and fast to fall.
S: The aroma is quite tart, full of malted wheat. Coriander and a touch of smoke is also present. This beer should have some salt in it, but I can't pick any up in the nose.
T: The ale is quite tart, a sure sign of the wheat in the malt profile. The tartness is dry and makes me want another sip. The ale is spiced with coriander and the long-awaited sodium chloride. The yeast employed also adds to the profile with just a touch of clove. The tartness is present throughout, just below the surface but adding enough green apple flavor to remind you that it is here.
M: The spice profile and tartness conspire to create create an excellent ale. The tartness lingers but is light enough that this does not become a sour ale.
D: I don't know the ABV but I can't imagine that it is too high, there is certainly no indication of booze. East End is doing a great job in reintroducing dying styles and this one is top-notch.
07-13-2008 19:35:46 | More by akorsak
3.73/5 rDev -5.1%
I had this a while ago, and it was simply known as "Gose", but seeing that this is the only East End Gose, Here It Gose!
A. Served on tap into a pint glass. Light brown in color.
S. Musty malt, some barnyard elements.
T. A funky malty experience. I've never had a beer that tasted quite like this and its very memorable. Sour, malty, almost citric. Interesting.
M. Medium bodied.
D. I drank this with ease and would definately like to try it again.
07-27-2008 16:14:37 | More by Stinkypuss
4.3/5 rDev +9.4%
Slightly cloudy yellow body with a very fluffy airy white head.
A strong wheat aroma comes out right away. Everyone I was drink with remarked that the Gose smells good.
Tasty. Mostly malted wheat character with a little bit of spiciness comes through. The flavor is dominated by ahuge wheat twang. Mouthfeel is fairly thin and well-carbonated.
Pretty drinkable, Great beer for a summer day.
07-13-2008 14:46:08 | More by Hojaminbag
Session Ale #13: Here It Gose Again from East End Brewing Company
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