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To celebrate their long-standing friendship, the two breweries Freigeist Bierkultur and Stillwater Artisanal started brewing beer together at some point. The series bears the French term for “friends” and is now in its fifth round.
Number 4 in the series is a goose. The old German beer style had long disappeared from the beer market before craft brewers dared a renaissance. The Gose is traditionally brewed with coriander and salt - a combination that goes perfectly with the character of the sour beer. The brewers of Freigeist and Stillwater have stayed true to the classic recipe, but have added an aromatic component: Fig juice brings an exotic sweetness into play and gives the beer a soft fruitiness.
Amis Volume 4 is presented in a warm honey tone with a copper-red shimmer in the glass. A crown of fluffy, white foam sits enthroned on the golden, naturally cloudy body, which quickly evaporates. Figs and coriander run like a red thread through the beer pleasure and can be perceived as dominant in terms of both smell and taste. The initial taste reveals a beer with a skilful balance of acidity, fruit, sweetness and spiciness. Soft notes of ripe figs, rhubarb and coriander caress the palate, before the beer enjoyment ends in a sour finish with fruity and subtly salty notes.
Water, wheat malt, barley malt, fig juice, coriander, salt, hops, yeast