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German beer around 1900
Posted by TomM on 2018-07-23 09:38:34
Yes, I had heard the idea that there would have been a smokiness to beers in the past. I would have thought by 1900 that beers that were smoky would be identified as such, but maybe not.

The poster actually identifies a beer as Gose (No. 5) and mentions Leipzig, not Goslar. I can't make out what the first word in the phrase under Gose is. Can anyone?
       German beer around 1900 by Mike on  2018-07-23 10:43:18
         German beer around 1900 by TomM on  2018-07-23 11:15:50
       German beer around 1900 by Jason on  2018-07-23 11:21:12
           German beer around 1900 by Mike on  2018-07-24 02:51:56
             German beer around 1900 by TomM on  2018-07-24 04:43:53
               German beer around 1900 by Mike on  2018-07-24 05:02:10
                 German beer around 1900 by TomM on  2018-07-24 05:57:09
                   German beer around 1900 by Mike on  2018-07-24 06:20:52
                     German beer around 1900 by TomM on  2018-07-24 06:43:24
                       German beer around 1900 by Mike on  2018-07-24 07:27:41
                         German beer around 1900 by Jason on  2018-07-24 14:01:46
                           German beer around 1900 by barry on  2018-07-25 04:49:06
                             Red Willow by Mark Andersen on  2018-07-25 11:05:33
                               Red Willow by barry on  2018-07-25 13:49:33
                                 Red Willow by Jason  on  2018-07-26 00:12:41
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