by Stefan A. Scott –
The truth that one ought not drink from the bottle straight, is illustrated here, where one would simply miss out on the complexities of flavor, rendering the simple joy of imbibing this lacking. From the bottle, it pours a medium golden orange brown with a thin foamy white head. Not much lace clings to the glass and the appearance shows a wheaty haze, but with bright small, champagne-like bubbles rising.
There is a slight orange-lemon malty aroma & a crisp but mild tartness, some sweet wheat hefeweis, a little bright lemon soapy snap (coriander) and a nice subtle salt rounding out tongue. A little mild in mouthfeel but a refreshing café beer for hot day, especially by the ocean or your favorite waters. Great refreshing summer sip for those who like sour beers or are open to variety; very few others are similar.
EZ Angler Gives Döllnitzer Ritterguts Gose 4 Stars