The German-style gose makes a perfect summer beer. It's lower-alcohol, typically just above 4 percent ABV, and it's light-bodied, finishing with a crisp, tart tang. Though the centuries-old style practically went extinct after WWII, a handful of brewers in Leipzig, Germany, kept this refreshing wheat beer alive. Now craft beer has pounced on the pleasantly sour style, and even the biggest American operations, like Sierra Nevada, are producing thirst-quenching goses that you can find at any decent bottle shop. Here are 13 to put on your summer to-do list.