Goser The Gosarian - Dogfish Head Brewery
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Ratings: 6 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
4.83/5 rDev +5.9%
Ahh, a pale wheat beer with the beautiful sourness that comes from natural (I believe) souring. Well rounded in a way that reminds me of when they made Festina Peche at the brewpub. Baby got bac - teria once again! I do not this to become a year-round beer as I fear it will be soured with one-sided lactic acid. But ... a brewpub repeat? Please!!
But then, I may be wrong. Dogfish's website claims this is made with lactic acid, not bacteria. Still good.
10-15-2009 20:11:04 | More by JimmyK77
4.63/5 rDev +1.5%
I want Dogfish to make this a year-round brew. I love this style and there aren't enough people doing it--and wow, this was a great interpretation of the style.
Hazy gold with beautiful lacing; smelled like a pilsner, I wasn't actually sure it was a Gose from the smell alone.
Taste was a wheat ale, but with this great sourness, and the coriander and salt added a nice mineral character. The mouthfeel reminds me of Festina Peche, but the wheat character means that the sourness is not overwhelming like it is with Berliner Weisse styles. Perfect for a summer day, perfect for everything. I drank as much as I could while still in Rehoboth.
10-10-2009 09:01:12 | More by lstokes
4.35/5 rDev -4.6%
Poured from tap into a curved pint at Dogfish Head Brewing & Eats in Rehoboth Beach, DE.
Pours a beautiful light gold in color, hazy with a billowing white head. Loads of lacing left on the glass. Lemon zest and a pilsner like skunkiness dominates the nose, a bit of spiciness and some wheat are very loud in the taste, light and refreshing to say the least. I also get a nice amount of tart/sour properties with bits of coriander and some sage. Mouthfeel is light and very similar to Festina Peche's crispness and feel on the tongue. Overall a very nice Gose brew that is very drinkable and perfect for a warm summer day in Rehoboth.
09-08-2009 03:35:58 | More by thespaceman
4.35/5 rDev -4.6%
a: opaque hazed yellow with a bone white head, nice retention and lacing
s: lemony tones dominate with a clean wheaty body, balanced sour with some grassy hops, not much coriander here or on the palate - I didn't pick it out at all while drinking
m: carbonation full but smooth, combines with the light body for a nice mouthfeel
t: super clean wheat malt body with balanced lemony sour notes, hops light, the salt adds only a slight mineral taste to the finish, pretty flavorful for such a simple set of characteristics
d: exceptionally easy, and an interesting style that I'm happy to have tried, brings to mind the berliner weisse style
pint at the Rehoboth pub
09-05-2009 21:12:28 | More by blackie
4.22/5 rDev -7.5%
Tried this on tap at the Dogfish Head Pub in Rehoboth, DE,
The color was a slightly cloudy pale golden. The smell was like a pilsner but without the Saaz hop and a touch of coriander. The initial flavor is of tartness followed by the coriander. At this point a salty flavor takes over. The acidic tartness lingers. This is a very interesting beer, but due to the salt has a limited drinkability. Definitely worth trying if you're in the area.
09-03-2009 02:55:53 | More by tjw
Goser The Gosarian from Dogfish Head Brewery
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