There are three things guaranteed during the summer months in Miami – hotter temps, rainy afternoons, and mangos. This summer, Concrete Beach Brewery is putting those mangos to use by bringing back its coveted Mango Gose for a second year.

Cans of Mango Gose and sliced mango

Inspired by the mountains of tropical fruit sold by street cart vendors, Mango Gose is a German-style wheat ale brewed with salt and coriander. Breaking from tradition, this beer also has fresh mango and lime zest for a refreshingly pleasant summer beer with a local twist.

For the first time ever, Concrete Beach will sell 16oz. cans of the limited seasonal craft beer at the brewery, giving fans the opportunity to enjoy 4-packs at home or at the beach this summer beginning July 1, 2017.

“Last year we received great feedback about our Mango Gose, so I’m excited to bring it back for a second summer and give people the chance to purchase it in cans as well,” said Marco Reyna, head brewer for Concrete Beach. “Goses are traditionally on the sour side with a touch of salinity, so between that and the fresh fruit notes, it’s perfect for summer!”

Concrete Beach Brewery has partnered with Miami-based EcoRipe Tropicals, a leading importer and distributor of quality tropical fruits and vegetables, for the mangos. The local business donated the mangos which were added during the whirlpool stage of the process.

Mango Gose will be premiered at the 25th International Mango Festival on July 1st and 2nd at the Fairchild Botanical Gardens, where Concrete Beach and EcoRipe Tropicals will both be on site. Fans will be able to sample this beer for the first time, along with other brewery favorites, at the Concrete Beach Brewery Beer Garden.

In addition to 16 ounce cans available exclusively at the brewery, Mango Gose will be available for a limited time on draft at the Social Hall and at select bars and restaurants around Miami.

Visit the Brewery and Social Hall at 325 N.W. 24th Street, Miami, Florida or online at www.concretebeachbrewery.com

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