Franconia Beer Message Board
German beer around 1900
|Posted by TomM on 2018-07-24 05:57:09|
|From your first post of today:|
"Real Gose should have salt and Koriander to distinguish it from a Berliner Weisse. No version of Gose served in Leipzig contains those two ingredients."
Ohne Bedanken, Leipzig carries both Ritterguts Gose and Bayischer Bahnhof Gose. Both have salt and coriander. I don't understand why you would say in your first post that neither have coriander and salt, when you say in your second post of the day that the menu at Ohne Bedanken said that both did. All very confusing.
"It's truly a shame but I don't know of any brewery in Germany that makes a genuine Gose now."
How about Ritterguts? It was "wonderful" in 2006, has something happened to it?
It's interesting to note that the latest reviews on both Beer Advocate and Ratebeer mention a coriander flavour for the Bayischer Bahnhof gose. I don't have time to trawl through them all.
|German beer around 1900 by Mike on 2018-07-24 06:20:52|
|German beer around 1900 by TomM on 2018-07-24 06:43:24|
|German beer around 1900 by Mike on 2018-07-24 07:27:41|
|German beer around 1900 by Jason on 2018-07-24 14:01:46|
|German beer around 1900 by barry on 2018-07-25 04:49:06|
|Red Willow by Mark Andersen on 2018-07-25 11:05:33|
|Red Willow by barry on 2018-07-25 13:49:33|
|Red Willow by Jason on 2018-07-26 00:12:41|