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Embrace the Pucker! 8th Wonder Brewery’s Seasonal Gose Haterade

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Adding salt to beer has a long-standing history. With the wide range of flavored salts available now, the taste is still in demand. 8th Wonder Brewery, based in Houston, has taken this a step further to create a gose called Haterade. Gose is a sour wheat beer which has become increasingly popular in the United States, and 8th Wonder Brewery’s version is sure to tickle any lover of the salty and sour combo! Haterade Gose is aged in tequila barrels and can be found on draft, in kegs, and in cans throughout Houston, San Antonio, and southeast Texas but this 4-pack treat is seasonal, and production will cease in September. Honky Tonk Foodie found her cans at Total Wine at The Rim in San Antonio.

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If you would like to go straight to the source to try Haterade or one of the multitude of brews created by 8th Wonder Brewery, travel to 2202 Dallas Street in Houston. They’re open Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p. m. or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. With a name inspired by the nickname for the Houston Astrodome, brewing began in 2013. Its location is within walking distance of several professional sports stadiums, and the menus revolves frequently. When visiting the 8th Wonder Brewery, enter the Taproom through the door on Hutchins Street. Brewery tours are held during the week at 7 p.m.

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Prices range from $15 (for three beer tokens and 16oz souvenir glass), $12 (for three beer tokens and 12oz plastic cup -OR- Bring Your Own 8W glass), and $5 (for one beer token and 12oz plastic cup). Typically, tokens do not expire and do not need to be used on the date of purchase. Beer flights are offered Monday through Thursday for $10 and come with four 4oz pours. All 8th Wonder beers are vegan except for Rocket Fuel (contains lactose, AKA milk sugar) and Premium Goods (contains honey). Last call is 30 minutes before posted closing time. Be sure to try the food truck of The Eatsie Boys which is onsite serving every day of the week. Try their S.L.A.B. fries or the Pimento Grilled Cheese. Dogs are allowed in the outdoor beer garden but must be on a leash at all times. So pack up the pup and head to the brewery, or visit your local craft beer provider to buy or request 8th Wonder Haterade today!