One of Stillwater Artisanal Ales’ most popular beers will soon be making the move to smaller packaging.
In an email, Stillwater owner Brian Strumke told Tenemu that Gose Gone Wild (4.3 percent ABV) will be moving exclusively to four-packs of 12-ounce bottles, replacing the 22-ounce bottles that the beer is currently packaged in. Originally debuting as a collaborating between Stillwater and Mt. Pleasant, S.C.-based Westbrook Brewing Co. in 2014, the beer will remain a gose brewed with citra and Amarillo hops fermented using various strains of brettanomyces.
In addition, Strumke told Tenemu that the change to smaller bottles will also encompass the Gose Gone Wild World Tour! Series, which currently includes Gose Gone Wild World Tour! Phuket (4.8 percent ABV) brewed with Centennial and Galaxy hops as well as lemongrass, mango, sea salt and Thai chilis as well as Gose Gone Wild World Tour! Tijuana, a 4.5 percent ABV gose brewed with blackberries, hibiscus, lime, Mayan sea salt and smoked agave.
According to Strumke, the new packaging options for Gose Gone Wild will begin shipping to retailers across Stillwater’s entire distribution network in “early December.”