Honey Kolsch All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

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A variation on our extremely popular Kölsch recipe with the addition of honey and a new yeast strain for a lighter body and flavor. Like our original Kölsch kit, this recipe features a pale color, light body, and smooth mouthfeel. Honey adds subtle floral character and lightens the body by fermenting to dryness. Really nice as a summer brew for barbecues and picnics, or to wean your friends off watery mass-produced lagers.

 

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SKU 1614
Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1048

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style USA
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style German Ales,Hybrid Beers
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
82%
(18)
14%
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5%
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K
KSB
Meets expectations, Northern Brewer delivers

All components delivered as expected. I’m still learning. I chose this one as a lighter flavored beer to test my skills. I hit a higher OG pre-boil almost to the point that I could have skipped the pound of honey. But I added it and adjusted to target OG with extra water. Primary only for 4 weeks at 60F. Tasted bottles at one week and it is good. Can’t say I taste any honey despite also priming with honey. I would buy again to keep practicing.

T
Tyler a.A.L.
good beer. easy brew

Definitely will become a regular. friends and family liked it as well. nice and light but still more flavor than your typical light lager.

D
Dallas R.
Honey Kolsch

my efficiency was off a bit on this brew and it was still delicious!

B
Ben M.
Add this to your rotation

I was a little skeptical of making a lager recipe in the summer, and with ale yeast too. However, this was totally worth it. I highly recommend you add this to your rotation of beers in the summer (or even late summer/early fall) time. If you let this lager even a week, the honey flavor definitely comes through and really rounds out the taste. Although maintaining lower fermenting temps can be hard, this one doesn't require it. I used the suggested SafAle yeast, and tried to keep it at or under 68 (even during peak ferm), and it came out tasting great.

R
Randy H.

Great crisp beer. Ordered a second kit already!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 22 reviews
82%
(18)
14%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
5%
(1)
K
KSB
Meets expectations, Northern Brewer delivers

All components delivered as expected. I’m still learning. I chose this one as a lighter flavored beer to test my skills. I hit a higher OG pre-boil almost to the point that I could have skipped the pound of honey. But I added it and adjusted to target OG with extra water. Primary only for 4 weeks at 60F. Tasted bottles at one week and it is good. Can’t say I taste any honey despite also priming with honey. I would buy again to keep practicing.

T
Tyler a.A.L.
good beer. easy brew

Definitely will become a regular. friends and family liked it as well. nice and light but still more flavor than your typical light lager.

D
Dallas R.
Honey Kolsch

my efficiency was off a bit on this brew and it was still delicious!

B
Ben M.
Add this to your rotation

I was a little skeptical of making a lager recipe in the summer, and with ale yeast too. However, this was totally worth it. I highly recommend you add this to your rotation of beers in the summer (or even late summer/early fall) time. If you let this lager even a week, the honey flavor definitely comes through and really rounds out the taste. Although maintaining lower fermenting temps can be hard, this one doesn't require it. I used the suggested SafAle yeast, and tried to keep it at or under 68 (even during peak ferm), and it came out tasting great.

R
Randy H.

Great crisp beer. Ordered a second kit already!