The gose style had been gaining a lot of popularity and I’m happy to see several being brewed in the state. This one is a little higher in ABV than your average gose, and served up in a 500 ml bottle. Let’s see what Prairie can do with it. Company: Prairie Artisan Ales Location: Tulsa, […]Read more "Review: Prairie Artisan Ales Flare"
I’m a sucker for puns, especially puns relating to 90s R&B stars, so I quickly grabbed a bottle of Heath Sweat. I’ve been pleased with all of the other Willows Family offerings and was keen to try their take on the gose style. Seems a tad pricey at $15 for a 4.5% brew, hopefully they’ve […]Read more "Review: Willows Family Ales Heath Sweat Gose"
Another pickup from our trip to the Anthem brewery, a 32 oz growler of their 3.2 Gose. I love the style, and look forward to trying out Anthem’s take on it. And I mowed the yard in this hellish heat, so I’m hoping this chiller growler is going to help cool me off. I […]Read more "Review: Anthem Gose"
It is summertime again, and nothing goes better with a pool and 90 degree temperatures than a nicely chilled Gose. Now a very trendy style in the craft beer world, Choc was on the vanguard of the style’s recent resurgence. When Choc first released this brew in 750 ml bottles several years ago, there were […]Read more "Review: Choc Gose"
After a discussion about Gose with a buddy at work, I was given a can of this stuff that I had never heard of and told it was one of the best. I thought he just liked it because the brewery shares his last name, but no, this is legit. Here it goes. Company: Westbrook Brewing Company […]Read more "Review: Westbrook Brewing Co. Gose"