Tempel Brygghus Isotonic Gose
Refreshingly sour gose with coriander and sea salt
Midsummer Mashout™ Swedish home brew competition.
With six recipes to choose from, provided by our good friends at Amundsen, Nya Carnegie, Sthlm Brewing Co, Tempel, Singularity and Hop Notch, now is a great time to go toe-to-toe with the professionals. Each brewery has provided one of its favourite recipes, scaled down to a 19l batch size and accompanied some by tips and tricks to help make your brewday successful.
Simply select your preferred brew, containing all ingredients needed and the recipe itself. Your order number is your competition entry number, and the recipe kit will include a label for your entry. Once brewed and submitted, our team of judges shall score each brew against the BJCP guidelines, awarding prizes to the winning entry in each category.
- Pilsner malt
- Munich Malt
- Viking Caramel Pale
- Wheat Malt
- Hallertau Magnum, pellets
- Ground Coriander Seed
- Sea salt
- Mangrove Jack's #M29 French Saison Ale
Batch Size: 19 L
Original Gravity: 1,035
Est Final Gravity: 1,002
ABV: 4,2 %
Tempel Brygghus - brewery (anno 2014) in Uppsala, which mainly produces special beers in different varieties. The first beer was brewed at the end of summer 2014 and since then it has been tough. In May 2015, the first varieties in Systembolaget's local range are launched (including the possibility to order bottle dishes for your local store) and at the time of writing have been joined by a dozen more beers.
The majority of the beer brewed with us is acidified with the microbial cultures found on the malt kernels. The production is small-scale and artisanal and until the end of 2016/2017 was one-man. Since then, Johan has been added and manages large parts of the production. At the same time, Temple 2.0 was completed, the new brewery. With the move there, the capacity has been significantly increased, and nowadays we have both the time and opportunity to brew non-sour beer (sweet beer). The first were released in spring 2017 at selected restaurants and shortly thereafter at the system company.
We handle the majority of the distribution of beer and sales to restaurants and others. Some of the beer is now also exported.
All entries must be received at BrewGoat no later than Friday 4th June and judging shall take place on Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th June.
Each entry must be brewed in accordance with the kit and recipe purchased, and will be judged against the other entries for that recipe, as well as against all entries in the overall category.
Winners will be decided by which beer is highest scoring by the judges per category, not which beer clones the relevant recipe most accurately or aligns closest to the specific BJCP category.
All entrants must submit 3 x 330ml or 500ml bottles of their home brew labelled with their BrewGoat order number, as provided in the recipe kit.
No other marks or writing should be present on the bottle, and entries with names or other personal identifying information will be refused entry to the competition (and likely consumed by the organisers without further notice).
Please send all competition entries to the following address, with adequate packaging to avoid breakages or leaking:
FAO Midsummer Mashout
184 32 Åkersberga
Entries may also be dropped off at the above address, between Monday 31st May and Friday 4th June.
No responsibility can be taken for entries lost or damaged in transit:
The winners will be announced following the final judging session on Sunday 6th June. All winners will be notified, but if any of the winners do not respond within two weeks, the second highest scorer shall be awarded the prize.
By entering the competition, you are agreeing that your name may be shared by the event organisers in the event that your entry is awarded a prize.
Prizes will be awarded to the brewer of the highest scoring entry in each category, according to the judges’ scoring, as well as the highest scoring overall entry.
The scores provided by the judges are final and are not subject to revision or challenge.
All prizes are not transferable and no cash alternative for any prize shall be offered.
All entrants must be of legal drinking age in Sweden (18 years).