This cranberry and orange American Wheat Ale was inspired by the leftovers from Xmas dinner.
This beer that originated in the Middle Ages was almost forgotten after production declined then ceased to a halt after WWII. Seeing a resurgence during the birth of the US craft beer industry, gose are now one of the most sought after sours. A saltiness, the flavors of lemon, and an acidity as opposed to hops, balances out the malt. It’s a great go-to beer for sour lovers and a fantastic beer for those looking to broaden their horizons.
The official beer of the OCSC supporter group, The Ruckus, this Amber Ale drinks with an initial slight malt sweetness but then balances out well with Cascade and Amarillo hops in the finish. This beer was perfected for the tailgate and is a fan favorite at the brewery.