The Colorado Kölsch is a derivative of German Kölschs, which were created in response to the popular lager-based Pilsners being produced in the Czech Republic in the 1840s. That means it’s a light crisp ale with a hint of sweetness. And very refreshing. Spring is here and no better time for a crisp, clean finsher after wiping the mud off of your lips from that sweet ride.
Alcohol by Volume - 4.85%
International Bitterness Units - 17
Standard Reference Method - 3.2
Oakshire draws its malt bill from across the gamut: Rahr 2-row, Castle Pilsner, Briess Carapils and Great Western Munich. By contrast, the hop bill is simple: a light dose of Nugge...
A light traditional German style Kölsch lager, brewed with a special yeast strain for a smooth, crisp finish. 4.5% ABV 12 IBUs
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