Overtone Brewing Co. Roselle Gose (4.5%)

Pouring a delightful rose pink wig a little foamy head, Overtone’s Gose with Hibiscus, coriander, sea salted and Vermont yeast is lovely.
It’s a gently tart beer with a strawberries and cream aroma, a beer with a soft and creamy malt body, all pancakes and runny honey, sweet and smooth.
The hopping is sharp but not overly fierce, with Hallertau and Hersbrucker giving you lots of hedgerow greenery, a zap of lemon zest and freshly picked herbs.
The sea salt and yeast crackle away in the background, adding an earthy spiciness to the long dry and superbly bitter finish.

Source: Overtone Brewing Co.

About Simon Williams

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