Marry Me In Goslar - The Farmers' Cabinet
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Ratings: 23 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
4.5/5 rDev +9%
draft at the farmer's cabinet
a: served in a short wine glass, the beer is a hazy pale golden in color with a coating of white carbonation
s: clean wheat malts, dried lemon rind, herbal grass, mineral brine, lightly spicy yeast, superbly rounded with an understated elegance
m: light-medium in body with lively carbonation
t: supremely delicious - dry wheat with only a light sweetness is wrapped around by dried lemon pulp and a fantastically thirst quenching salt brine, flavors of dried grass and herb, yeasty spice in the farmhouse vein, just great
o: the best gose I’ve come across, drinkability is sky-high and refreshing on a hot summer night, expertly crafted
09-01-2013 20:27:16 | More by blackie
4.38/5 rDev +6.1%
Recently stumbled across my notes from The Festival 2012. Lets do this!
A - Poured a very nice light straw hue with a fizzy half finger head that fades relatively quickly leaving a thin blanket.
S - Aromas of earthy notes, fair amount of lemons, and salt. They said Himalayan Pink...mmmm salt.
T - Taste is a massive lemony punch to the face. Some light spice notes try to muscle their way in but the lemons want nothing of it. Fair amount of salt too, not overwhelming but makes itself known.
M - Mouthfeel is deliciously nice, solid carbonation, very light and drinkable.
O - Overall a damn, damn fine sour/puckery lemon thing going on here with excellent salt notes. Wonderfully done. Love it.
06-13-2013 20:01:01 | More by rudzud
3.9/5 rDev -5.6%
On tap at Farmer’s Cabinet. Pours a hazy light yellow-straw color with a nice, sticky white head. Good lacing. Thin cap. The nose carries some light acidity and wheat along with a touch of coriander. Flavor is lightly acidic with a slight salt presence through the finish. Very subtle and well done. Supremely drinkable, especially for a gose.
12-15-2012 19:18:23 | More by Thorpe429
4.33/5 rDev +4.8%
On tap at the Dupont Paradiso yesterday.
A mildly hazy yellow with a dense white head with surprisingly good retention for the style, this looks nice. The nose is great. The most prominent characteristic is the bready, doughy, malt character, really raw and rustic. Along with it is a mild spice, a moderate lemon sourness and some salt. The palate is just outstanding. Opening sour with an intensity that isn't really hinted at by the nose, this has plenty of lemon sourness that opens up your tastebuds to the expertly balanced combination of salt and cilantro. Moderately funky as well (earthy, farmhouse) to go with the doughy and yeasty character. Light in body, moderately carbonated, and with a long, refreshing finish that's bright, salty and lightly spicy, this is an excellent gose.
08-29-2012 11:58:22 | More by DefenCorps
4.23/5 rDev +2.4%
Sits a golden straw color with a fizzy bone white cap. The head rose a little over a finger and then settled to a thin coating over the beer. Pretty active carbonation.
Even if I didn't know there was Himalayan Pink Salt in this thing, I would definitely be able to tell there is salt in this guy. The nose is rounded out by earthy notes, lemons, and a sharp graininess.
On the palate, lemony citrus hits you first before a rush of salt and spice and a biting graininess. The finish is tart with a mixture of salt and coriander spice.
Light to medium body with moderate carbonation that works well with the style.
This beer is flat out delicious. The Himalayan pink salt? Never heard of it, but it works to give this nice contrast/compliment to the sour nature of the beer. Well done.
08-17-2012 21:37:21 | More by ColForbinBC
4.23/5 rDev +2.4%
Draft at The Farmers' Cabinet.
Pours a hazy golden straw color with a thin, fizzy white head that quickly fades into a lasting ring. Spotty lacing left behind.
Slightly earthy aroma with sweet citrus, earhty grass, musty funk and bready yeast. The citrus is very prominent with lots of lemon rind countered by a decent farmhouse yeast presence.
Medium bodied but fuller than expected with some good balance of slightly earthy funk, tart acidity, citrus and salt. Salt flavor is present but not overwhelming and countered very nicely by the other notes. Slightly dry with earthy/damp funk as well as some lemon peel citrus and lemongrass. Again, the citrus is prominent but not as strong as nose suggests. Really well balanced, refreshing and easy to drink.
07-25-2012 00:57:44 | More by corby112
4.35/5 rDev +5.3%
Poured on tap at pizza paradiso Dupont into a mug.
The mug doesn't seem to show off this brew that nicely, a dull brown and yellow amber body, unfiltered looking, lots of real nice rising straight carbonation though. Head is quite creamy looking and falls slowly with very tiny bubbles in it. Manages a real solid collar. If this were in a better vessel it would probably look real good.
Nose is a big whiff of fresh squeezed tart lemon, and salty brinyness. There isn't much malty wheat sense but no matter, smells inviting.
Palate has huge lemon tartness. Crisp tartness of lemon rolls all over, with other fruits such as apricot seeming to come out. It seems like that's all there is to it, but then the finish has a great toasty whit bread and flour dry feeling. Light bodied and salivating too. Not so much of a chewy wheaty texture to this though.
Overall the salt action seems to really come out and dry my tongue and make me even more thirsty, and want more. This might be the best Gose I've had to date it's fantastic real winner.
06-18-2012 17:14:50 | More by smakawhat
4.38/5 rDev +6.1%
First had: on tap at Farmer's Cabinet, Philly, PA
Wow, what a beer. A gose brewed with coriander and Himalayan pink salt.
An extremely active beer, this poured out a full weiss glass of foam from the tap and had to settle for about 5 minutes to get a 7oz. pour suitable for drinking. When it did settle, I received a cloudy liquid in a stem glass, light amber color, with a white, foamy head that receded to a ringlet and left soapy lacing on the glass. Grainy aroma, bread, funk, wet grass, distantly sour. Surprising taste that was actually quite distinct from the aroma in some ways; sour and lactic, huge grapefruit profile with notes of pineapple, hints of white wine, juicy and bursting with flavor. Medium body, intensely drying finish. Nicely made, easily drinkable, an excellent beer overall. They should make this a regular house beer.
04-03-2012 00:30:57 | More by Rifugium
Marry Me In Goslar from The Farmers' Cabinet
90 out of 100 based on 23 ratings.