Beer of the Month: Collective Arts Prophets & Nomads

Collective Arts makes great beer, and if you haven’t figured it out already we are big fans. Not only is the beer great, but the can designs are simply stellar. Prophets & Nomads is no exception to this rule.

This Gose starts as an unfiltered wheat beer made with malted wheat. This creates a unique cloudy yellow colour and provides a refreshing crispness and twang.  The low hop bitterness is paired with coriander and Himalayan salt, adding hints of complementary dryness, spice and a touch of sharpness to the beer.

Gose’s can be polarizing, but the nice thing about Prophets & Nomads is it is incredibly approachable. It’s the kind of beer that wouldn’t turn off newcomers to the style while still offering enough of a flavour profile to keep gose fans happy.

It’s a beer that is very easy to recommend for practically anytime of year, but pairs particularly well with warmer weather and BBQ’s.

Prophets & Nomads:

  • ABV: 4.2%
  • IBU: 12
  • Bittering Hops: Saaz
  • Flavour: Pink Himalayan Salt & Coriander
  • Malt: 2 Row, Pilsner, Wheat
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