6 Gose Downtown



Tart. Sweet. Smoky. Salty.
Celebrating our upcoming East Village spot!

Collab with Christian 6 Line Montero (@6lineflorals)

ICYMI – We’re opening a second location! In the works for almost a year, we’re heading to the East Village – 64 2nd Ave to be exact – with a taproom, pilot brewery, and kitchen with food from our friends at Sweden’s Bastard Burgers.

And since we’re finally at the finish line of opening the new space we’re celebrating with a new release in its honor. We’ve riffed on our 6 Gose to Cypress from last spring – a Gose spiced with chili-lime salt and sweetened with mango and lime – to release 6 Gose Downtown, a similarly sweet and spiced Gose with a smoky twist.

A base of pilsen and wheat malts allow pineapple puree and coriander additions to shine, while Caliente, Galena, and Jarrylo hops bring in tropical fruit, berries and big citrus. Smoked salt added during the boil gives 6 Goes Downtown a smoky finish. Tart, sweet, smoky, and salty all find a balance in this brew.

Last fall, Bronx based floral artist Christian 6 Line Montero first collabed with us on a can design and he’s back this year for 6 Gose Downtown with a subway tile inspired design, alongside his signature florals.

For more info on our East Village location and opening date – follow us on Instagram @thebronxbreweryeastvillage!

Grain Bill: Pilsen, White Wheat, Sauermalz, Carafoam
Hop Bill: Caliente, Galena, Jarrylo
What Else?: Pineapple puree, smoked sea salt, coriander






Limited Release


16 oz cans

About The Artist

Christian 6 Line Montero

Born and raised on Cypress Ave in Mott Haven, Christian '6 Line' Montero became fascinated by plants because of his grandmother, who connected to him by teaching him how to care for plant life. Named '6Line' because he was raised right in front of the 6 Train, Montero's been connected to the 6 his whole life. It taught him how to navigate the city, and was where he slept when he became homeless. At the age of 23, he started volunteering at a community garden to help his depression, and found he was a natural at growing food. That process led him to grow flowers, where he found he had a passion for putting bouquets together. Now, the founder of the Concrete Jungle BX has become a rising star in the floral world, and a major advocate for public gardens in The Bronx.

Christian '6 Line' Montero
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