Pours crystal clear. With minimal white head that dissipates rather quickly. No lacing, no foam left.
Aroma is light. Orange is detectable. Not much else. Light.
Taste is light as well. Orange is there but there are only hints of tart and salt.
Light body with solid carbonation. Dry.
Taste has hints of soap and not enough tart or salt. nothing really wrong with this beer but it is at the light end of the style and comes up short in a few features. Easy to drink and I would have it again but only if there weren't other choices.
Reviewed: Sunday, August 19, 2018 at 19:47:22
Tasted: Sunday, August 19, 2018
$2.25 for 12 oz. can
One fine body…
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Light bodied and effervescent; slightly sour and a touch saline; sweet orange aromas up front followed by faint notes of berry. Atlas’ Blood Orange Gose makes for a beautifully refreshing summer beer. Just enough sourness to quench your thirst on a DC hot summer day. The salinity will keep you coming back for more while the low ABV makes sure you don’t regret it in the morning.
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