This Gose pours a light golden color with a thin white head and decent retention. With this one you get a slight crack at first from the malt, and then it leads straight to a salty tartness. It reminds me slightly of the ocean. The flavor is much like the aroma. It has a cracker pale malt front with a slight tartness and an earthy salty finish. There is a nice lingering salt aftertaste and the tartness gets stronger as the beer warms. It’s very light and has a nice amount of carbonation. Overall, given the style, it’s a good take and a decent beer. It’s not a style either of us tend to gravitate toward, but it was very impressive and highly drinkable! Good summer beer that would be enjoyable on a hot day and perfect for your next trip to the beach!