R&B Brewing CO. – Gose Sour Ale

R&B Brewing Co. - Gose Sour Ale Review


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4 out of 5


  • Brewery: R&B Brewing Co.
  • Beer Style: Gose, Sour Ale
  • Pros:

    A tart and refreshing Gose

  • Cons:

    More sour than a typical Gose

  • Conclusion:

    A refreshing and tart dry hopped Gose

R&B Brewing Co. - Gose Sour Ale Review R&B Brewing CO. – Gose Sour Ale Review

R&B Brewing Brewing has released a mellow Sour Ale in the Gose style. This tart and salted style has become rather popular over the last couple years. Pouring this beer it is a light golden colour and has two thick fingers of dense head that leaves some lacing behind on the glass. The aroma is mellow whit a citrus and tropical fruit character on the nose. The Pilsner malt gives a sessionable character while there is also an acidic, sour tone to it. Tasting the beer the sourness is significant. Compared to many Gose beers the initial sourness is quite strong. This builds into a salty mid section and a flavour that is comprised of wheat and pilsner malt. The sourness comes across in its strength as a refreshing beer. The body is crisp and fresh and quite enjoyable.

Alcohol – 4.8%
Size – 650ml


R&B Brewing Co. - Gose Sour Ale Review R&B Brewing Co. - Gose Sour Ale Review

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