Gose in America?

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  1. Daemose

    Daemose Devotee (426) Oct 3, 2011 Texas
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    Are there any Gose brewed here in America or imported here besides Sam Adams "Gose"?

    I had Döllnitzer Ritterguts Gose today at Jester King and it was awesome. If anyone can get ahold of it, I am definitely ISO.
     
  2. GottaHaveMyHops

    GottaHaveMyHops Initiate (139) Mar 14, 2013 Minnesota
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    Schell's Goosetown and Widmer Marionberry Hibiscus Gose
     
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  3. compton

    compton Initiate (0) May 20, 2009 Georgia

    Westbrook makes a fine Gose. More tart than most other examples of the style.
     
  4. JG-90

    JG-90 Initiate (0) Nov 29, 2012 New Jersey

  5. beerboy9960

    beerboy9960 Aspirant (220) Jan 28, 2011 Oklahoma
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    Choc brewing out of Oklahoma makes a gose as well
     
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  6. GottaHaveMyHops

    GottaHaveMyHops Initiate (139) Mar 14, 2013 Minnesota
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    you could also try a Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei Leipziger Gose if you can get your hands on it
     
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  7. champ103

    champ103 Poo-Bah (3,783) Sep 3, 2007 Texas
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    Choc does a good one, Golden City Brewery makes an excellent Gose. High Fidelity Brewing Co that was at Brewery Incubator in Houston a few weeks ago made one that was excellent as well. I hope they open within the next year or so.
     
  8. imbibehour

    imbibehour Poo-Bah (6,147) Mar 18, 2008 Maryland
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  9. zac16125

    zac16125 Poo-Bah (1,787) Jan 26, 2010 South Carolina
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    I had Westbrook Gose for the first time earlier today, and I was blown away. I have never had a Gose before,so I cant compare to style, but I absolutely loved it. Incredible combination of sour, salt, and wheat sweetness.
     
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  10. BKBassist

    BKBassist Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2013 New York

  11. vurt

    vurt Crusader (741) Apr 11, 2004 Oregon
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    Upright made one a couple years ago. It was very subtle. I believe Cascade makes some seasonal ones too.

    The Bruery made one called Salt of the Earth as part of its Provisions Series in 2011.
     
  12. Head-high

    Head-high Initiate (0) Jun 15, 2012 Virginia
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    Another vote for Westbrook. I thought it was great. Haven't had the recent batch but I look forward to it.
     
  13. eatabagofbooger

    eatabagofbooger Initiate (60) Mar 27, 2009 Oregon
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    Upright, Cascade, Block 15... I'm sure I'm forgetting a couple. Block 15's Lemon Gose is fantastic!

    Edit: Just noticed some folks beat me to the punch on Upright and Cascade. To provide a little more detail, Cascade makes different variations for different seasons while Upright puts theirs out once a year (it actually just came out and is on shelves now around PDX.
     
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  14. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (4,684) Sep 24, 2007 Washington
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    Skagit River had one out recently, not bad. I had several.
     
  15. herrburgess

    herrburgess Meyvn (1,012) Nov 4, 2009 South Carolina
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    More everything than any authentic example of the style.
     
  16. Daemose

    Daemose Devotee (426) Oct 3, 2011 Texas
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    Anyone who has easy access and wants to trade, bm me.
     
  17. dachshunddude86

    dachshunddude86 Initiate (0) Dec 21, 2012 Florida

    Rapp brewing makes a good version of the style
     
  18. Lare453

    Lare453 Meyvn (1,318) Feb 1, 2012 Florida
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    The rapp gose is fucking amazing. Possibly in my top 5 beers ever!
     
  19. drtth

    drtth Poo-Bah (3,089) Nov 25, 2007 Pennsylvania

    Sure, about 30 or 40 in different parts of the US.
     
  20. scray24

    scray24 Aspirant (227) Mar 12, 2008 Colorado
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    Find it ironic that they copied DFH's name but have sued when other regional breweries have done some similar (not a direct copy).

    http://blogs.westword.com/cafesociety/2013/02/renegade_brewing_changes_the_n.php
    http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/10099/52264

    Apologies for thread jack.... Just scored a couple of the Choc, looking forward to trying it. Wasn't impressed by the Magic hat but great to see them try it, same with SA although it wasn't great.

    The Bruery's version was great as I recall it but was the first I'd every tried.
     
  21. stephenjmoore

    stephenjmoore Poo-Bah (1,739) Feb 17, 2011 Maryland
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  22. Daemose

    Daemose Devotee (426) Oct 3, 2011 Texas
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    Thanks. There aren't any sold around here in Houston. That's why I was asking, smart guy.
     
  23. BeerNFoodDood

    BeerNFoodDood Initiate (0) Jul 7, 2012 Colorado
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    Small brewery in Denver called TRVE Brewing makes one.
     
  24. bobv

    bobv Meyvn (1,367) Feb 3, 2009 Vermont
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    Look for Lost Nation Gose out of Morrisville, VT. Kegging first batch this coming week, will be poured at The Farmhouse in Burlington, VT on Wednesday. I tasted it from the wort on through, very nice. Their first beer, with 5 more styles to follow in the coming weeks. If anyone was at VT Brewers Fest last July and sampled the Magic Hat/Trapp Lager collab Gose, you will know that it was one of the shining stars of the event.
     
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  25. drtth

    drtth Poo-Bah (3,089) Nov 25, 2007 Pennsylvania


    Ahhh, why didn't you say so in the first place? Then you may want to ask in the trading forum where folks should be able to find you some others to trade for even if they don't have access to the one you tried and recommended trying in your OP.
     
  26. Nesued

    Nesued Defender (670) Jul 6, 2003 South Carolina
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    Westbrooks Gose just hit the shelves here. If anyone is interested, I'd be willing to set up a trade.
     
  27. BeerIsland

    BeerIsland Zealot (548) Feb 9, 2003 Pennsylvania

    Bube's Gose was very nice and should re-appear soon. Enjoy on draft in their excellent biergarten.
     
  28. abb610

    abb610 Disciple (316) Oct 14, 2010 North Carolina
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    the westbrook gose is the perfect summer beer. should be enjoyed on a beach
     
  29. distantmantra

    distantmantra Savant (993) May 23, 2011 Washington
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    Cascade's Summer Gose is one of my favorite beers. Absolutely awesome.

    Widmer has a Hibiscus Gose out right now, haven't tried it, though.
     
  30. JISurfer

    JISurfer Poo-Bah (1,658) Dec 10, 2002 South Carolina
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    I concur, Westbrook Gose is fantabulous. Word is, they will be canning it soon.
     
  31. patto1ro

    patto1ro Defender (618) Apr 26, 2004 Netherlands
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    Aren't they the ones that bear almost no resemblance to a proper Gose? At least that's what Stan Hieronymous told me.
     
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  32. vurt

    vurt Crusader (741) Apr 11, 2004 Oregon
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    I couldn't say. I've never tried any of them.
     
  33. BAstoutsNsours

    BAstoutsNsours Initiate (0) Sep 21, 2012 Florida

    Yeah, I will toss in a third vote for Rapp Brewing Gose. Its phenomenal, Its about 45 minutes away from me but I regularly make the trip just for the Gose (and now for his hazelnut porter).
     
  34. OneDropSoup

    OneDropSoup Meyvn (1,048) Dec 9, 2008 Pennsylvania

    Flying Dog has a draft Gose, may make it down to Texas.
     
  35. Hotmetal1

    Hotmetal1 Aspirant (286) Feb 28, 2012 Mississippi
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    This is a style I've been wanting to try.
     
  36. oregone

    oregone Disciple (357) Jul 2, 2008 Oregon

    Yes. Definitely much stronger to begin with, amongst other peculiarities. Not bad, just not Gose-ish.
     
  37. incubuscience

    incubuscience Initiate (0) Jul 26, 2012 Illinois

    I think I read that Off Color Brewing (Laffler's new brewery in Chicago) is launching with a gose. Cant wait to try it.
     
  38. patto1ro

    patto1ro Defender (618) Apr 26, 2004 Netherlands
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    Why do they call it Gose then?
     
  39. sergeantstogie

    sergeantstogie Aspirant (202) Nov 16, 2010 Washington

    So is their business plan to cater only to beer geeks?
     
  40. oregone

    oregone Disciple (357) Jul 2, 2008 Oregon

    I would guess because of the salt and lactic presence? Marketability? Dunno.

    Edit: just looked them up on here. It appears that only one is listed as 6%abv or higher. I would swear that each time I've tried one it's been >6%...
    In any case, nice beers (some of my favorites from Cascade), but I would agree that they're not to style (particularly with the odd spicings and such).
     
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