Sour beer: a seemingly broad definition that can encompass brews ranging from a slight tart flavor to those that make you involuntarily pucker. The style of this week’s #MysteryBeer falls much closer to the slightly tart end of that definition saving you from excessive puckering; a Gose. According to the Beer Judge Certification Program Style Guidelines, a gose is “A highly-carbonated, tart and fruity wheat ale with a restrained coriander and salt character and low bitterness. Very refreshing, with bright flavors and high attenuation.”
Our #MysteryBeer this week is brewed with blood oranges and fits the Gose definition well. At an easy drinking abv of 4.8% you’ll be able to enjoy a few non-puckering pours.
Stop in Tuesday for some of this slightly tart, slightly sour, fruity & delicious beer at $1 off its regular price, then return on Wednesday to learn its identity!
Also today, our LA Kings (27-22-4) head to Tampa Bay to face the Lightning (23-24-6) at 4:30pm. Join us as we cheer on our team, look for them to light the lamp and sound the horn! Remember that when we show LA Kings games, all drafts are 10% off!
What’s a Mystery Beer?
Each Tuesday we’ll tap a beer new to our taps, let you know the style, the Alcohol By Volume (ABV), and the International Bittering Units (IBU), and serve it up at a special reduced price. What’s the catch? We won’t tell you the name of the beer, who brews it, or even the area that it’s brewed (well, maybe the area)! You’ll have to wait until the next day to see the update here on our website, Facebook page, and Twitter page!
Enjoy the mystery!!