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Escutcheon Reluctant Splice Gose Ale
United States - Virginia - Winchester

In marlinspike seamanship (nautical ropework), a splice is a method of joining together rope parts to make a union more permanent than a knot. Similar is our adjoining with our good friends at The Reluctant Trading Experiment, purveyors of the high-grade imported Icelandic Flaky Sea Salt and Coriander used in this salty, sour and aromatic brew. Our Gose has an unlikely union of parts combining to form something heavenly and unique. This is not a run of the mill beer; let’s be honest, it’s somewhat wacky and we made it reluctantly. But you’ll be glad we did!

Its got a pronounced sour twang, subtle saltiness, and divine aromatics from the coriander. As you all know, Gose’s are hot right now, and we think the flavor profile is more aggressive than traditional.

Specifications
Availability
Seasonal
Style
Gose
ABV
5%
IBU's
12
Malts
2-row pale, White Wheat, Sour Malty, Melanoidin
Hops
Sterling
Yeast
Proprietary Yeast Strain
Color(SRM)
3.6
Special Ingredients
High-grade Icelandic Flaky Sea Salt & Coriander from Reluctant Trading Experiment
Serving Temperature
40-50 °F
Glassware
Becher
Packaging
draft only

Producer Information: Escutcheon Brewing Company

The creation of Escutcheon Brewing Co. started with the friendship between two guys who really like beer. John Hovermale and Art Major met when John was working to get a ...
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