Kolsch is a crisp, clean, easy-drinking ale. It has a straw- yellow hue similar to a pilsner, but is less hoppy, a bit sweeter and uses pale malts and a small amount of wheat. The lager-like characteristics this ale is famous for are achieved by using a liquid Kolsch yeast.
Yield: Approximately 5 Gallons/ 19 Liters (50 x 355mL beers)
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