Gose

Unlike the Lambic, Goses are not strictly related to the production area; they can be produced all over the world obtaining a product similar to the tradition. This style originated in Germany and more precisely in the city of Goslar, in Lower Saxony, where flows the river after which the Gose was named. However, the real "heart" of Goses is in the city of Leipzig, about two hundred kilometers from Goslar. Goses are produced with barley malt, wheat, salt, coriander, yeast and lactic bacteria. Goses are beers with a greater or lesser citric acidity accompanied by a greater or lesser savory note. Historically used in production, coriander notes are often present.