Gose

The Blood of the Goat Beer Release

🩸🐐 Sangre De La Cabra or The Blood of the Goat is hitting the taps soon! 

A Raspberry Goat-Yogurt cultured Gose with sweet candy-like notes, tartness, and a ultimate smoothness from the goat yogurt. 6% ABV 16IBU

Brewed with The Chupacabra Taproom in honor of their anniversary! Stop by their taproom in Mesa, AZ to celebrate on June 24, 25th, & 26th and try the Sangre De La Cabra! 💥

Tapping at – 
The Chupacabra Taproom 
Friday 2:00pm-1:00am
14 N Robson
Mesa, AZ 85201

1912 Brewing Co
Friday 3:00pm-9:00pm
2045 N Forbes Blvd STE 105 
Tucson, AZ 85745

A dreamy combination…

Join us at 1912 Brewing for a Donut and Beer Pairing… 

We will be featuring three donuts and three beer combinations! Featuring, a array of beer styles! 

Don’t miss out on this pairing. Kicking off at 4pm, ‘til we are sold out!

CHEERS!

¡Vamanos Locas!

We are releasing the 1912 Sandia Loca Gose… A Mexican Candy inspired Gose!

The first in our Mexican Candy inspired series, Sandía Loca is made with Watermelon (Sandía), Tamarindo, Chamoy, Lemon, Chiltepin, and Salt. 

Reminiscent of our favorite childhood paleta’s, a watermelon lollipop covered in chili and chamoy. This Gose has sweet notes of watermelon that expand into the smooth notes of chamoy and tamarindo. Kisses of chili find there way throughout the brew the more you sip on it. Ask your beertender for a Tajin rim, you won’t regret it. 🌶

Available on draft & Growlers to-go! Pre-Order cans online at (www.1912brewing.com/order-online)!

National Beer Day… Let’s Drink!!

Try our newest release the No Mames Way, Gose made with Tangerine, Mango, Apricot, Plum, and Lime. 🥭 Taunting aromas of tangerine and a burst of Mango on the palate that transitions into a citrusy-lime tartness. Tangerine toys with your taste buds with ever-so-subtle stone fruit notes that come out to play until the dry citrus tartness and sea salt conquer your palate.

6% ABV 7 IBU

+ The Opha May, a bourbon barrel-fermented Barley Wine. Available on draft tonight!

📍Taproom Open 3-9pm
Kitchen 4-8pm

Gose – n. /ˈɡōzə/

pronounced as – Go. Ze. Uh.

Gose’s are Sour Ales known for their addition of Sea Salt and Coriander. Originating from the city of Goslar, Germany. Known for being at the edge of the Gose River (where they city got the name). It’s waters were once used in the brewing of the traditional Gose. 🤯

Stay tuned for our upcoming releases, in the meantime, try any of our 6 Gose’s on draft today!

PASIÓN Y GUYABA BEER RELEASE

Pasión y Guyaba is a heavily fruited tart wheat beer, brewed with our friends from Tap Savvy.

Inspired by Mexican candy fruited with tons of passion fruit, and guava, tamarindo, Chamoy, and a touch of Chiltepins.

Try this as a Beer Slushy today or on Draft 10/07!
CTS Pre-Release 10/06

Bueno Provecho!

NEW SOUR RELEASE…

Happy National Beer Day

Síga Le Way – ‘Seh-Ga ‘Leh ‘Way – Spanish Slang for “Keep It Up”

A mixed fermentation Gose with a tartness that flows throughout. Mouth-quenching lime hits you as you take the first sip that envelops into fresh cranberries and subtle cherry sweetness. Inklings of Ginger, Sea Salt, and Coriander find their way through each taste, creating a complex and delicious sour.

5.8% ABV 14 IBU

Available 9/8 on Draft & Crowlers to-go!

See ya there!

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Beat the Heat…

Cooling off this week with 1912 Beer Slushies ???

Try our newest flavor ‘No Mames Way’ Gose with refreshing notes of citrus, stone fruit, and lime!

Get it ‘Amped Up’ with Chamoy & Tajin to add a little extra spice! ?

Available today-Sunday!
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Drink for Los Lobos!

Join us on Wednesday, August 18th for our release of the Naughty Lobo Gose!

We’ve partnered with the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum in effort to raise awareness and fundraise for the Mexican Gray Wolves. The Naughty Lobo is an Imperial Blood Orange Gose infused with local chiltepines from the AZSDM Mexican Gray Wolf habitat.

“The Mexican Gray Wolf is a subspecies of the gray wolf, commonly referred to as “el lobo”.

Though they once numbered in the thousands, these wolves were wiped out in the U.S. by the mid-1970s, with just a handful existing in zoos. In 1998, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, led by Jamie Rappaport Clark (now president of Defenders of Wildlife), released 11 Mexican gray wolves back into the wild in Arizona.

Although their numbers have grown slowly, they remain the most endangered subspecies of wolf in the world because of compromised genetics, human intolerance and reluctance to release more individuals and bonded pairs to the wild.” https://defenders.org/wildlife/mexican-gray-wolf

“ASDM spearheaded a captive breeding program that is bringing the wolves’ numbers back from the brink. Now a reintroduction campaign is attempting to restore wolves to their rightful place in the mountains of the Southwest.

Listen for the howl of the wolves on your next visit to the Desert Museum, expecially during the spring mating season.” – https://www.desertmuseum.org/visit/exhibits_mountainwoodland.php

10% of our beer sales of the Naughty Lobo will be donated to the Arizona Sonoran Desert Museum’s effort to re-establish El Lobo’s in the wild.

Hope to see you there! 

Cheers! ¡Salud! 

The Ultimate Beer Slushy…

Try our two newest beer slushies of the week:

The Naughty Naranja an Imperial Blood Orange Sour with citrus tartness, La Jolla sea salt, and toasted coriander.

And the Baya Gose, a delicious sour beer made with Marion Berries, Raspberries, and Blueberries, as well as toasted coriander and Oregon sea salt. The berries and tartness are at the forefront followed by a pleasant salt finish. 

Enjoy them separately, or blend them both for an Ultimate Beer Slushy of berries and citrus! Delicious and refreshing for our Arizona summer nights.

Available today – Sunday (8/15)!

Cheers!

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