Kölsch is a pretty cool style. Its origins are found in Cologne Germany where Kölsch pubs & breweries are literally everywhere. Each one does their own take on the style, and there is a surprising amount of variability from brewery to brewery with this simple, drinkable beer. Each brewery usually only brews one beer, so when you walk in, you’ll get served Kolsch before asking for a drink. Why else would you be at a brewery?
Kölsch-Style Ale, 4.8% Alc/vol.
Traditionally served in slender, narrow, delicate glassware, the style is characterized by light pome fruit notes (pear, apple), gentle doughy malt, and a crisp, dry finish.
Malt: Pilsner, Wheat
Hops: Hallertau Mittlefruh, Tettnang
Yeast: WLP Kolsch