Kolsch Extract Beer Recipe Kit

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This pale, light-bodied golden ale is copyrighted by, brewed in, and named for the German city of Köln. Kölschbier is traditionally given a long, cold aging period like a lager, which makes for a very smooth and clean beer. A small dose of German Hallertau hops cuts the richness of the malt. "Spritzy" is a word often used to describe Kolsch - very refreshing, and a popular lawnmower beer for beer snobs!

 

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Additional information

SKU 1080
Beer Color Light
Original Gravity

1048

Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style German/Czech/Continental
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 229 reviews
83%
(189)
13%
(30)
3%
(7)
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Wmcarthur
One of my favorites

I’ve made this one three times and always enjoy it. I like it best bottled but legged is ok too. I do think I like it best with a few weeks in a secondary fermenter.

A
A.S.
Solid Kolsch, brewed with Safale US-05

Accidentally burned some of the LME on the bottom of the kettle, but still came out great. Used whirlfloc at the end of the boil in an attempt to clear it up. Initial color was ~5 on BJCP, final color in pint glass was hazy & about a 6-7 on the BJCP. OG of 1.0045ish.

Turned out nice and sessionable.

J
James M.

Kolsch Extract Beer Recipe Kit

P
PK
Kolsch extract

This is a great recipe. The beer is delicious.
It was fermented at 60 degrees and the carbonation is spot on . I used the priming sugar calculator.

J
Jody S.

Easy to brew and it is a very light beer

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Customer Reviews

Based on 229 reviews
83%
(189)
13%
(30)
3%
(7)
1%
(3)
0%
(0)
W
Wmcarthur
One of my favorites

I’ve made this one three times and always enjoy it. I like it best bottled but legged is ok too. I do think I like it best with a few weeks in a secondary fermenter.

A
A.S.
Solid Kolsch, brewed with Safale US-05

Accidentally burned some of the LME on the bottom of the kettle, but still came out great. Used whirlfloc at the end of the boil in an attempt to clear it up. Initial color was ~5 on BJCP, final color in pint glass was hazy & about a 6-7 on the BJCP. OG of 1.0045ish.

Turned out nice and sessionable.

J
James M.

Kolsch Extract Beer Recipe Kit

P
PK
Kolsch extract

This is a great recipe. The beer is delicious.
It was fermented at 60 degrees and the carbonation is spot on . I used the priming sugar calculator.

J
Jody S.

Easy to brew and it is a very light beer