In the annals of German beer history, Kolsch actually is a relatively "new world" style at a mere two centuries old. It is a pale, dry, assertively hopped golden ale know as the "beer of Cologne." A fruity-winy bouquet is one of its hallmarks. Baird Old World Kolsch is brewed with German Pilsner and Wheat malts and hopped with American Perle and Vanguard varieties. The appearance is highlighted by a gorgeously full head of long-lasting white foam and a slightly hazy white-gold color. The aroma is zesty and lemon-like. The flavor is dry and quenching with a hint of bitter hop fruit.
Brewer: Baird Brewing Co.
Alcohol Content: 5%