The Victory Kirsch Gose is only my second Gose after the Real Ale version and I am growing accustomed to this slightly sour and salty brew. The Kirsch Gose takes the traditional gose style and adds tart cherries for a dash of sweetness. The beer poured a gorgeous ruby pink hue with a slight white head that held an aroma of straight up sour and tart cherry notes. The taste was tart from the get go with a big burst of sour cherry that immediately engulfs your palate with a nice tartness. It’s on the back end where the sweet cherry notes kick in along with a slight salty hint. Even with the cherry sweetness the finish is fairly dry with the bready wheat briefly taking a peak. A very refreshing and tantalizingly tart cherry brew that has a nice clean finish. I can see myself drinking a lot of these sessionable brews this summer.