They also brew the usual brewpub beers but we came to Leipzig for Gose and so Gose we ordered. As it had been the night before, it was not as sour as the Döllnitzer but was more drinkable -- especially if consuming mass quantities (which we didn't).
The brew house came from Kaspar Schulz in Bamberg and there were stacks of Weyermann malt, so there is a Bamberg connection.
There was nobody around but one kettle looking to be partially full of wort -- maybe they were letting it sour? It makes a good story so I'll go with it whether true or not.
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