Long story... the wife wanted another kriek. I told her she had to brew it. At the same time, she's been reading "Smoked Beers" by Daniels and Larson, so the obvious next step was, "what about something sour and smokey?"
I say, "hmm, interesting." A quick and simple google search of 'sour smokey ale' came up with several nice pieces on this beer, popular in the late 1800's in the Thuringen area of Germany (not far from Leipzig, home of Gose).
It's kinda like a berliner weiss, except with the addition of some smoked malt.
Low and behold, I looked on my shelf at my copy of (yet unread) Brewing With Wheat by Hieronymous and there's some descriptions and even a recipe in the back.
Here's an interesting piece from the Shut Up About Barclay Perkins blog... http://barclayperkins.blogspot.com/2008/01/lichtenhainer.html
Here's to experimentation! Who knows... this could get big.