December 17, 2012
Michael Taylor in 8/10, AUSTRIA, BC4, LAGER

Gosser Naturtrub (Ok, I'm a bit lazy for umlauts). It's a much nicer beer than the standard Gosser (see? Still too lazy).

It's unfiltered (hence "Naturtrub") and pours with a great fluffy head, which it keeps to the last sip.

It has richer flavours than the stock lager, too, with hints of fruit appearing over the malt, then a blat of bitterness at the end.

There is also much richer mouthfeel and overall it just rocks. Even with snowflakes blowing past your picture.



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