Victory Brewing Co. Kirsch Gose (4.7%)

Kirsch GoseWell this is refreshing.
Victory’s sour cherry Gose pours a delightful pink and smells of honey and, a little unsurprisingly, cherries.
But what I really like about this beer is how its flavours move across your palate, how they build and grow.
You are initially hit with a sharp sour lemony punch, almost powerful enough to make your teeth curl, but right behind it are the sweet red cherries that soften everything and make the beer feel round and gorgeous.
And all the while there’s a solid caramel waffle malt body lingering in the background, along with a snappy green herbal hopping.
All this and a lip puckering salty kiss right at the finish.
Very good indeed.

Source: Beers Of Europe

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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