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^ How the heck do you say "Gose"?

 

I thought it said "Goose" on first sight, but obviously wrong on that.

(Later that evening...)

 

Never mind...

How do you say Gose?

 

The name of the beer style Gose is German and is pronounced much the same way as the name Rosa,

with emphasis on the “o”; and the “e” making an “Uh” sound; like so “Goes-uh.”

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On Saturday I was at "Bergen Beer Festival presents: Christmas beer festival 2018". Great fun with about 15 breweries presenting lots of awesome Christmas beers! Around 450-500 tickets were available and the event was sold out. Managed to spot myself in one of the pictures, left side with green jacket.

 

PS! Balder is one of the Norwegian breweries present, not a coaster reference...

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Cubano Style Espresso Brown Ale 5,5% from Cigar City Brewing (Tampa, Florida). Surprised to find this at a newly opened local pub in one of the suburbs of Bergen, but the owner definitely knows his beers. Very tasty, plenty of coffee flavors. Perfect beer to have after a meal!

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Sam Adams Lager. I didn't care for it. I think I'll revert back to Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat for this weekend, which is a KC beer.

 

I'm starting to ease myself back into better quality beer. It makes me drink about 5-6 beers per week on non-light beer, since I tend to drink it slowly.

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Has everyone stopped drinking?

Haha. I did participate in Drynuary (not drinking for all of January). Nice reset, I recommend it every so often.

 

Anyway, tonight's selection is the Irish Red Ale from Six Mile Bridge in Maryland Heights, Missouri (suburban St. Louis). Has a pleasant combination of bitter, sweet, and sour. Very complex and well done.

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We have just discovered a new brewery, Crown Valley in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. The Antique Amber is a slightly sour American ale, while the blackberry cider is a delightfully semi-sweet cider, reminiscent of St. James Winery's blackberry wine but a bit drier and of course more cidery. Several more varieties arrived in our local Macadoodle's, so we will be getting more from this brewery soon!

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A nice Draft Lager, during our visit last Saturday to Vera's Burgers.

 

I forget the name of it - but it was nice.

 

(Probably the name on the glass, if I'd bothered to look.)

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In Virginia for the weekend and first had this at the brew place at Busch Gardens last year. Unfortunately only two ciders on tap today.

 

Found a shop nearby which sold tons of single ciders so we stocked up on 16 varieties -- so this will be my treat tonight!

 

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Yeah yeah don't make fun of me.

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