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Great Notion Seedless


Portland, OR (United States)

Alc.: 6.0%

Volume: 473mL

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You’re going to discover that the claims about watermelon and dragonfruit are not false, because the aroma will leap from the glass and grab your face. There’s also a strong floral perfume and some funkiness coming through.


The sour aspect will twist your face into a grimace, so hopefully you enjoy tartness. The watermelon and dragonfruit are more subtle in the flavour than their aroma would lead you to believe. The beer is slightly sweet, fruity, and obviously sour, coming off like a face-melting jawbreaker more than a beer. Good stuff if that’s your sort of thing.


Don’t worry about food, this beer will take you on a journey.


Pours a dark golden colour with a slightly hazy body and low carbonation. A frothy head of whipped, white foam fills the top of the glass.

Color (Standard Reference Method)
SRM 11
Tart Ale
Bitterness (International Bitterness Units)
IBU 25
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Children of the street - Andy Miller, James Dugan, and Paul Reiter met entirely by accident as they roamed the back alleys and by-ways of Portland. Andy and James planted the first seeds of Great Notion when they started talking about home brewing in 2010 - swapping ideas and recipes, eventually working together on their home-brews. Paul had been working on start-up financing and creative enterprise when he ran into the other two once again - they all lived on the same street. In 2014 the nascent idea became a real business, and the craft brewery of Great Notion was finally putting out brews. Now they’ve made hundreds of one-offs and a few fan favourites. Their taproom serves up chilly pints and a tasty menu of classic local fusion foods. Great beer and delicious food - what a Great Notion. The Seedless is Gose-style beer with a big kick of watermelon and dragonfruit. Tart and refreshing is the name of the game, and they’re not wrong. Serves well at 6°C and can cellar for a few months.

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