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Initially brewed in Cologne, Germany, the Kolsch was originally a dark beer until the late 19th century, when the rise of the German Pilsner caused a big jump in the popularity of lighter colored beers.
Brewed using both ale and lager techniques (warm fermented with ale yeast, then matured at colder (lager)temperatures), this beer contains characteristics from both styles. Generally a very balanced style, with pale biscuity malts, fruity yeast esters, and moderate hop bitterness from earthy and floral Noble hops.
Best served cold, 39-45 degrees, in a stange, pint, or pilsner glass.
Escaping from winter’s darkness, this hazy golden, unfiltered Kölsch style creates a fresh start.
Kolsch-style ale brewed with chamomile, ginger and lemongrass. (Description provided by company)
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A Kolsch style German ale with lager qualities owed to pilsener malt and cold fermentation. Pours a deep gold color. Smooth drinkability and super-refreshing finish from an infusion of cucumber. (Description provided by company)
Crisp, clean, and refreshing (Description provided by company)
Kentucky Light is a light bodied easy drinker for a thirst quenching low calorie, low carb experience. The aroma is lively with a crisp, zesty finish.
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Our Summer seasonal, the Kiwi Kolsch, is a golden-hued ale with delicate hints of kiwi fruit and coriander. Its subtle fruit notes, light clean hop profile, and clean finish make Kiwi the perfect beer to refresh your palette on a hot summer day. Try it while it lasts!
While known for their lagers, German brewers also produce terrific ales. French Broad’s Kölsch is faithful to the great German ales found in Köln. Golden in color, with a refreshing crispness, pleasantly sweet malt finish, and distinctive German hopping. (Description provided by company)