GOSE


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GOSEGovernment Office for the South East (UK)
GOSEGlasgow Outcome Scale Extended (brain injury measure)
GOSEGeneralized Operations Simulation Environment (US DoD)
GOSEGuarantee of Service Excellence (customer service)
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"Why, massa, taint worf while for to git mad about de matter - Massa Will say noffin at all aint de matter wid him - but den what make him go about looking dis here way, wid he head down and he soldiers up, and as white as a gose? And den he keep a syphon all de time - "
Cebruery's gose has only 4.3-percent but it has character, thanks to the famous Guimaras mangoes, which contrasts the sourness and saltiness characteristic of a gose.
Gagliardi said he tried a German gose with a lobster dinner, liked it, and then thought to make his own with salt sourced from Duggan's Tidal Salts company.
The gose is the brewer'sflagship beer called Greenage.
GOSE scores for baseline, 3, 6 and 12-month visits were 3.7[+ or -]2.8, 3.8[+ or -]3.2, 3.8[+ or -]3.4, and 3.8[+ or -]3.4, respectively.
We've got a great feeling about not only introducing a brand new Kiwi Pale ale to the market, but developing'Gose', a softer, less dry style of sour beer, catering to the thriving sour beer trend.
CUNA is working with the Congressional Management Foundation to help develop the training program, said Richard Gose, chief political officer at CUNA.
"To have a relatively unknown historic beer style such as a gose available to buy nationwide shows how far the beer industry has progressed over the last few years.
First of two presentations, called "Pants = Power," in celebration of a book release of "Reflecting Freedom: How Fashions Mirrored the Struggle for Women's Rights" by Eileen Tannich Gose and Kathleen DeHerrera.
Eric Knight again won the 40-plus after a several-year gap, Brett Miller won the 50-plus and Terry Gose took the 60-plus.
Loch Fyne Oysters and Fyne Ales has developed 'This Gose', a new product based on the pure waters of Loch Fyne from which both companies' produce draw their flavour.