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Leipziger Gose

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An extensive overview of the history and character of Gose is available in an [http://barclayperkins.blogspot.com/2007/08/gose.html August 24, 2007 post] on the [[beer blog]] [[Shut up about Barclay Perkins]].  Gose, along with [[Berliner Weisse]], [[Rauchbier]] and [[Kölsch]], is also discussed in a [http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/05/20/travel/20beer.html May 20, 2007 article in the New York Times] written by Evan Rail and entitled "On a German Beer Trail, One More for the Road".
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* An extensive overview of the history and character of Gose is available in an [http://barclayperkins.blogspot.com/2007/08/gose.html August 24, 2007 post] on the [[beer blog]] [[Shut up about Barclay Perkins]].   
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* Gose, along with [[Berliner Weisse]], [[Rauchbier]] and [[Kölsch]], is discussed in a [http://travel.nytimes.com/2007/05/20/travel/20beer.html May 20, 2007 article in the New York Times] written by Evan Rail and entitled "On a German Beer Trail, One More for the Road".
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* [http://www.byo.com/stories/issue/article/issues/281-mayjun-2011/2429-gose Gose] - Brew Your Own Magazine, May/June 2011

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Leipziger Gose or Gose is a very rare regional style of soured, top-fermented German wheat beer flavored with coriander and salt, traditionally a specialty of the German city of Leipzig. Gose is traditionally brewed with a unique conditioning process which involves leaving an opening in the cask, allowing yeast to escape.

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History of Gose

A mainstay of Leipzig brewing since the 18th century, Gose almost died out after World War II, as did Berliner Weisse and other minor German regional syles. In 1986, however, a new Gose brewery called "Ohne Bedenken" opened in Leipzig, and now several more local breweries, as well as a few international brewers, have joined them. Bottled versions are still difficult to find outside of Germany, however.

Brewing Gose

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Competition Styles

Neither the BJCP nor the GABF style guidelines recognize Gose as a competition style. Gose should be entered in either organization's competitions in one of the Specialty beer categories.

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