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  1. I've been working on this one for awhile and it is, by far, my personal favorite recipe yet. Made with grapefruit, coriander, lactic acid, and sea salt, in a wheat/pilsner base this beer is a great representation of the German goses that are making a comeback, especially here in the states. This is a great introduction into sour beers for those that have never had them before because it's not overpowering like some sours can be. Slightly sour with a slightly salty finish, and a LOT of grapefruit flavor/aroma, this is an excellent beer. A little gose history: http://www.germanbeerinstitute.com/Gose.html Keep in mind that you don't HAVE to use grapefruit. You can use any fruit you like, or omit the fruit altogether. But I found that grapefruit works very well with the lactic acid and salt. Get your Salty Dawg HERE! Cheers!
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