Light zesty Gose brewed with fresh Norwegian pine shoots
Hazy gold, white head, steady carbonation
Sharp Sour Ale, lactic, citrusy hops
Clean, crisp taste, citrus, malt, bright hops, pine
Get ready for a walk in the woods with To Øl Gose to the Fyrreskov – a light Gose brewed with pine shoots.
With classic hazy yellow Gose colouring, the nose is classic Gose too, with a sour lemon yoghurt and yeasty champagne aroma backed by subtle spruce and pine notes further down in the mix.If this is your first Gose, then get ready for an experience! The first impression is a fizzy lemon sherbet sensation, followed by a burst of lactic acid that hits you right at the back of the tongue like crème fraiche.
The real surprise is that Gose is brewed with salt, so there's it gives you a burst of savoury saltiness, kind of like the salt-lick with tequila and lemon. This surprisingly salty sparkling sour citrus note subsides to give you imposing views of verdant virgin pine forest – Fyrreskov for non-Danish speakers – with soft pine needles and resin notes that guide you to a long zesty, crisply sour finish.