Tag Archives: Gose

Anspach & Hobday Oktoberfest Beer

The Gose (4%) Light and tart but delightfully fruity, this is a very good Gose indeed. Pouring a pale gold with a hay bale and sweet farmyard aroma, it’s an immediately inviting beer. The malting is light and airy, with … Continue reading

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North Brewing Triple Fruited Gose (4.5%)

Mangoes, Raspberries and Blueberries combine in this lovely Gose to create a big fleshy fruit salad of a flavour. There’s a decent hit of pithy green hops as well, and the malting gives you some honey pancakes as a solid … Continue reading

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That Essence Rare: A Gang Of Four From Signature Brew

Nightingale (5.4%) is a delightfully balanced New England Pale Ale that was brewed in association with The Women Of Manchester Punk Festival. Given what is happening in the world right now, Signature are donating £1 to NHS charities for every … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

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Northern Monk’s Northern Powerhouse 2019

I know I’m a little late to the party, but these are still worth talking about, and tracking down if there are any still out in the wild. So, Northern Monk’s Northern Powerhouse Collaboration 2019 looks and tastes like this: … Continue reading

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