A gose with raspberry addition, clitoria flowers and salt, one of those beers which we wake up thinking about and that we end the day brewing it. Light, acidic, salty and refreshing! (Source: Loosely translated from the beer's label.)
- Beer: Purpleberry
- Style: Gose (29A. Fruit Beer - 27A. Gose with raspberry)
- ABV: 4.0%
- IBU: 4
- Look: purple color, clear, with very low formation of head;
- Aroma: there is a low fruitiness, reminding of berries, but in a more prominent way there is a medium lactic acidity presence. Very light salty notes;
- Taste: the fruitiness is low on the taste as well, but it lasts on the mouth ‘till the end of the sip, reminding of berries as well. There is a puckering acidity that combines really well with the fruitiness, along with a touch of salt that invites to the next sip.
- Mouthfeel: Light body, medium carbonation and a dry and short finish;
- Overall: As with all the sour beers that I tasted from Suricato so far, it’s a great beer. Fruitiness and acidity at the right level, making a beer with a high drinkability.
This beer review was made by somebody which is studying every day to be a better beer drinker but, despite that, isn't a specialist or a beer sommelier. In advance, pardon for any gaffe. If you have any corrections or suggestions, please mail me.