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Gueuze Recipes


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Gueuze Recipes

The BJCP style guide says: Complex, pleasantly sour/acidic, balanced, pale, wheat-based ale fermented by a variety of Belgian microbiota. A moderately sour/acidic aroma blends with aromas described as barnyard, earthy, goaty, hay, horsey, and horse blanket. While some may be more dominantly sour/acidic, balance is the key and denotes a better gueuze. Commonly fruity with aromas of citrus fruits (often grapefruit), apples or other light fruits, rhubarb, or honey. A very mild oak aroma is considered favorable. An enteric, smoky, cigar-like, or cheesy aroma is unfavorable. No hop aroma. No diacetyl. Read More

Title Recipe Type Styles Views Rating
BHB Gose 5 gallon
all-grain
all-grain  Gueuze  5870 1.0000 Star Rating out of 1 votes
BHB Gose 22 gallon
all-grain
all-grain  Gueuze  1907 1.0000 Star Rating out of 1 votes
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