Gosebusters - Noble Ale Works
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Ratings: 33 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
4.43/5 rDev +15.1%
Reviewing this beer @ Beachwood BBQ/Brewing in Long Beach, CA. Beer was tapped from a wooden handle into a 16oz Pint Glass. The "Beer of the Day" here!
Aroma- Malt forward with some kind of funky background. A sort of lemon aroma pops up as well.
Appearance- Received with a 1 finger head that has good retention. Has a deep golden but somewhat clear body. Leaves sudsy lacing.
Flavor- The initial taste was a malty-wheat combo with a huge amount of funk behind it. Almost to the point of barnyard but then dies off before hitting the palate. Light bitterness at the finish and didn't seem like much hop was involve (appropriate).
Mouthfeel- Light Bodied, Medium Carbonation level but then a huge effervescent presence. Finishes very sour with mouth pucker, "war-head" reaction.
Overall Impression- First time enjoying anything by this brewing company and was very pleased! I hope California keeps continuing the trend of brewing sours! Would highly recommend this one.
03-19-2013 19:10:30 | More by DCon
3.76/5 rDev -2.3%
On-tap at Beachwood I,
A: Pours a hazy goldenrod with a medium white head, fair retention, limited lace.
S: Lemon, wheat with a light hint of salt. Pleasant and to style.
T: Lemon heavy, sour at times with a lot of wheat flavour and a minor note of salt. Never too complex, but certainly tasty.
M: Light-bodied, crisp and clean refreshing.
O: This is a well made gose, and it's nice to see another memeber of this rare beer style around. Hope they bottle this one to allow the number of bottled goses I've seen to increase to two.
03-19-2013 20:29:06 | More by Halcyondays
3.75/5 rDev -2.6%
On-tap at Beachwood BBQ, on to the beer:
This is a pee yellow color with little head formed on top. Its head retention is short, and doesn't leave lace around the glass. Aroma is a mix of sour lactic acid and malted wheat, giving you two worlds in one whiff. Big lemon note too.
A tasty gose. There is a pleasant tartness with drives the beer, with some malted wheat sweetness which cuts some of the tartness. A hint of salt is noted, no need to go crazy with it. It's a light bodied beer which lifts your spirit, gentle carbonation which lifts the beer's sensation, and a modest tartness in the aftertaste.
This is a fun gose which would be appropriate to drink during most days. Keep it going Noble....
03-18-2013 00:16:17 | More by DoubleJ
Gosebusters from Noble Ale Works
86 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.