Iapetus Gose

Gose is pronounced Goes-Uh.                                                                                                                                                                              Other notes: Our take on this old German style that was originally brewed with water from the Gose river which had salt in it. Traditional versions used coriander and probably wild yeast, neither of which we used with this beer. The salt used in this beer comes for the J.Q. Dickenson well near Malden WV which originated 400 to 600 million years ago in the now extinct Iapetus Ocean. Great for hot days!                                                                                                                                                                                     Variations: Iapetus gose is occasionally produced in a tequila barrel aged version that is typically only available in bottles.  

  • Tequila Barrel Aged in bottles.

Currently Available - Summer Small Batch


ABV: 3.7%

Best With:

  • Seafood, fish and light fare


Appearance: Light straw colored with white head. SRM = 3.70
Aroma: Light, clean with slight lemony aroma.
Flavor: Tart, lemony, effervescent with a slight saline finish. The lemon flavor comes from the type of hop used. IBU = 15.