Durham Brewery Goslar (4.5%)

Goslar is a Fruit Gose brewed with orange and lemon peel, mango juice, coriander and of course, salt.
There’s a sharp fruity aroma as you pour with a floral bouquet building around the edges.
The malting is gentle and smooth, with runny honey and brioche made lightly spicy by the background hum of yeast.
The hopping adds a subtle swipe of pithy greenery while the fruit juice and peel create a bright tartness that’s kept away from becoming sour by the lick of salt in the finish.

Source: Durham Brewery

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