Khürt is drinking a Key Lime Pastime by Grove Roots Brewing Company (Untappd)

Yes , the key lime is noticeable but less so than I expected.

Yes, the key lime is noticeable but less so than I expected.

Grove Roots Brewing Co., Winter Haven, Polk Coumty, Florida —FujiFilm X100F @ (23 mm, 0.017 sec at f/5.6, ISO2000), © Khürt L. Williams

I am in drinking Windlass of Erasmus by Nightmare Brewing Company, a Contract Brewery in . Windlass of Erasmus is an Sour – Gose, with an ABV of 6.5 and IBU of 0. I gave this beer a 3.75 on Untappd’s 5 point rating system.

BREWER’S NOTES

Gose with Blackberries, Blackcurrants, and Black Sea salt.
-Windlass of Erasmus-
Based more off of Nicolas Poussin’s 17th century painting as well as the 15th century medieval fresco in the Båstad church than the on the many exaggerated versions of his torture. The patron Saint of Sailors had his stomach slit open and his intestines wound around a Windlass. Blackberries, Blackcurrants and Black Sea Salt combine for an approachable sour with Cabernet Sauvignon notes and blood-like color and viscosity. Jammy, earthy, cassis, light brine and back of the palate tartness.
Pairs well with Oceano – The Great Tribulation