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815. Deciduous Brewing Aggregation

Deciduous Brewing AggregationI have been really enjoying the variety of low ABV and very flavorful beers being introduced by many breweries which includes several gose style beers. Aggregation from Deciduous may be the lowest ABV gose so far at only 2.4% ABV.

Love the clean pale yellow of this beer with only a small halo of a head, pretty typical of the gose style. Aroms is a great mix of spice and lemon. Taste is slightly tart with more lemon than coriander and very little salt coming through.

A super easy drinking beer that you can enjoy any time of day and also have more than one without having to worry about driving home. Really excellent beer and looking forward to trying Cumulation their gose at 4.5% ABV. 
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Flavorful and low ABV
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Alcohol Content: 2.4% ABV
IBU (Bitterness): ??
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Brewers Website: Deciduous Brewing (Facebook page)
Brewers Description: Our interpretation of a Table Gose. Brewed with acidulated malts, 60% white wheat, fresh coriander from Stock & Spice in Portsmouth, NH, and sea salt varieties from Salt Cellar in Portsmouth, NH. Think a gentle lemonade made with Moroccan preserved lemons.

813. Deciduous Brewing Aerophyte

Deciduous Brewing AerophyteThe first of three consecutive reviews from Deciduous Brewing in Newmarket, NH. This one is their pale ale – Aerophyte.

This is a beautiful beer with a deep orange color, thin white head and very clear. Aroma is grassy, herbal and slightly sweet. Taste was OK with some peppery spice, floral, big sweetness and the finish is more bitter than I expect from a pale.

Overall a well crafted beer just not the hop profile I prefer and a bit too bitter in the finish. 
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Alcohol Content: 5.3% ABV
IBU (Bitterness): ??
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Brewers Website: Deciduous Brewing (Facebook page)
Brewers Description: Our interpretation of a New England styled Pale Ale. Brewed with 2 row barley, crystal malts, tc8570, and dry hopped with a hallertau variant.

800. Deciduous Brewing Auroral

Deciduous Brewing AuroralThe first of four beers that I brought home from Deciduous Brewing. For those that don’t know Deciduous is a new brewery in Newmarket NH and David Sakolsky, formerly of Blue Lobster, is the brewer. I always enjoyed David’s beers at Blue Lobster so I was quick to stop by the new spot when they opened. Auroral is the first beer released from Deciduous and is a Berliner Weiss style beer with blood oranges and lychee. I had never even heard of a lychee before this beer so no idea what it added to the beers flavor.

This beer is off to a great start with a deep yellow, slightly hazy appearance and active carbonation that leaves a nice white head. Aroma lets you know this is a berliner with a nice mix of light funk and fruity citrus/lemon. Taste follows with a nice base fruit juice start and enough pucker to make you smack your lips but it won’t make your eyes water. Finish is clean and refreshing.

This is a well done beer and if you like the style than you will certainly enjoy this one from Deciduous.
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Alcohol Content: 4.0% ABV
IBU (Bitterness): ??
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Brewers Website: Deciduous Brewing (Facebook page)
Brewers Description: A Berliner style wheat ale brewed with acidulated malts, blood orange and lychee.