Kolsch Ale - All Grain Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

Kolsch Ale - All Grain Beer Brewing Kit (5 Gallons)

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This Kolsch recipe represents a German Lager/Ale hybrid that is very smooth. Features a Kölsch yeast strain that is very lager-like even at warmer temperatures. Requires fermentation in the high 50's to low 60's followed by cold aging for several weeks. Blond color, smooth flavor.

Makes 5 gallons
Estimated Original Gravity:1.043-46
SRM (Color Range): 4
IBU's: 29-31 Estimated
Alcohol Percentage: 4.5%

Our recipe kits DO NOT include grain bags, yeast or priming sugar. The recommended yeast(s) can be found below. All grains will come milled, unless you select unmilled base malts.

WLP029 - White Labs German Kolsch
WY2565 - Wyeast Kolsch
GY021 - GigaYeast Kolsch Bier
IYG03 - Imperial Deiter

California Recipients: See Proposition 65 Information
ABV %4
Beer StyleBlonde & Kolsch
Ready to Drink Within2-4 Weeks
Alcohol ContentLow (3-5%)
BitternessLow (10-25ibu)
Fermentation Temp Range55-63
Brewing MethodAll Grain
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Warm weather coming.
Bill S on Mar 30, 2019
I have made this more than a dozen times; easy to make great taste!
Hermann E on Dec 3, 2018
Warm weather coming.
Bill S on Mar 30, 2019
Hermann E on Feb 13, 2019
I have made this more than a dozen times; easy to make great taste!
Hermann E on Dec 3, 2018
No mill
Glenn on Oct 8, 2018
hope it's fantastic!
Nickolas Van Beek on Aug 10, 2018
Tom Kerr on Jun 26, 2018
I have used this before and found it to be a superior ale
James H on May 1, 2018
Want a nice, light summer ale with lots of subtle character
Michael G on Apr 14, 2018
Ran out of a lighter beer for the keezer
Joe L on Feb 16, 2018
Cold and fast! Low Abv, low fermentation temp
AJ T on Feb 6, 2018
Hermann E on Feb 13, 2019
No mill
Glenn on Oct 8, 2018
what is the size of the packaging box?
Francisco Rivera on Jul 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Hello Francisco - Package dimensions are roughly 9x8 inches with roughly a 2 inch thickness.

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True to style
Simple recipe for first time BIAB. Came out as a traditional German Kolsch.
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April 5, 2019
2 months ago
Great Kolsch
This was my first kit from Morebeer.com. I like to have a Kolsch on tap in the summer months as a lawnmower beer. I brewed this one as an AG BIAB and it turned out great. Primaried for four weeks and then went into the keg. Had this in the fridge for almost two months before serving. Nice clean flavor and slightly hazy, just like the picture. I will do this one again.
July 22, 2013
Reminds me of a great night in Cologne
On a trip through Germany and Belgium last fall, I ended up for one very short night in Cologne, Germany. That one day and night in Cologne introduced me to K?_lsch beer served in the traditional .2L stange glasses. We sampled several glasses each from about 10 different brands that night (who can drink only one of this refreshing crisp beer?). I enjoyed that leg of the trip so much, I returned to Cologne this past March to share my Cologne beer experience with a coworker.

This beer is very similar to the C?_lner Hofbr?_u Fr?_h brand in my opinion. A very clean finish attributable to 4 months of lagering at 35-40 degrees. A slightly hazy appearance (I don't filter my beers), but not cloudy. A clean, dry, slightly fruity finish makes a this a wonderful drinking beer. This recipe lacks the sometimes bitter tang aftertaste of a few of the K?_lsch beers. Served from force-carbonated kegs, be careful to not over-carbonate this one.
May 7, 2013