Gordon Biersch Golden Export Beer Review
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3.4Overall Score
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Gordon Biersch’s “Golden Export” is straw to golden in color with a head that quickly dissipated. The aroma has prominent malt sweetness, a little bit of hop and along some spice and herb at the back.

The flavor is clean and refreshing with a good balance of malt sweetness and hop bitterness. Typically an “export” should have a little higher hop content (to keep it from spoiling while exported out of the region.)

The beer is moderately carbonated, which leaves the tongue ready for the next sip while the spice, herbs and hops give it a little extra zing on the tounge.

“Golden Export” is a very well balanced beer, it has good malt to hop ratio, and is smooth and refreshing. It is on point as a German export beer.

I would pair this beer with a flat bread pizza with fresh basil and tomatoes. The thin crust would bring out the malt bready like sweetness while the fresh basil and tomato would accentuate the herbal spice in the beer.

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I'm Alex I am currently taking the SDSU Business of Craft beer in pursuit of becoming a cicerone. I currently have been home brewing for 3 years now. My love of beer did not have a good start, I work for Sea world and it used to be owned by Anheuser-Busch. When S.W got bought out I no longer had brand loyalty this is when I started to broaden my beer tastes. 3 years ago one of my friend got me a beer "kit" and from that point I started to homebrew. It started as a 1 gallon batch every few months to a 5 gallon keg pretty much every month. I have been married for 4 years now and have brought my wife through this beer process. She hated beer and over the years she had come to the point where she enjoys beers. I hope to continue to grow with beer knowledge and get to share my love of beer with my new Daughter Adelaide.

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