Bayerischer Bahnhof Leipziger Gose Dopplebock beer

Bayerischer Bahnhof Leipziger Gose Dopplebock

Gose · 8.8% ABV · ~150 calories

Bayerischer Bahnhof Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei · Leipzig, Germany

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Beer Description

It is of a yellowish color; a hint of apple-skin aroma in the nose; its flavor & taste profile is quite complex with notes of plums, herbs, and coriander.

Leipziger Gose is a top-fermenting wheat beer {60% wheat, 40% barley malt} with coriander and salt added in the boil. Lactic acid bacteria is added later. It is a 4.5% ABV eclectic beer whose name evokes a close relationship to the renowned Lambic/Geuze breweries in the Valley Senne nearby Brussels, Belgium.

Leipziger Gose is unfiltered, unpasteurized , and bottle-conditioned. The refreshing sharpness of the salt is quite subtle. The finish is dry with the lactic acid bacteria providing some nice refreshing undertones.

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