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RATINGS: 21   MEAN: 3.35/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.28/5   IBU: 24   EST. CALORIES: 147   ABV: 4.9%
KÖLD SCHAUER is a light, snappy, fresh Kölsch with with a distinctive honeydew melon aroma from Huell Melon hops. Huell Melon is particularly great in lighter styles… and the combination of the distinctive kölsch yeast, pilsner malts, and the complexity of Huell Melon hops is awesome. The Huell Melon hops are 100% sourced directly from Hopfengut farms in Tettnang, Germany. Our dude Lukas Locher runs this amazing farm over there, and they’re one of our best partners. We source all our Tettnanger hops for The Crisp from him, and actually get around 80% of his total crop each year!

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crossovert (14433) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - APR 4, 2018
355ml redbull can. Golden pour, light haze, very hoppy for a koelsch, bitterness, some tropical, not as crushable as a good koelsch.

hershiser2 (4035) - Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - APR 2, 2018
$2.00 can, Beer Run. Pours slightly murky golden with lots of carbonation and a frothy off-white head. Aroma is very floral, along with yeast, green vegetation. Flavor is floral hops, green grasses, yeast, pilsner malt. Bitter. OK.

MacBoost (1998) - Victor, New York, USA - FEB 18, 2018
12oz can, a little out of date. Still seems to have held up well. Gold pour, nice puffy white head. Aroma of some biscuit and a light floral hop. Taste is quenching and crisp. Pretty clean. I dig this. A lot.

wombat23 (2244) - Texas, USA - DEC 14, 2017
12 oz. can. Pours clear pale gold with a white head. Aroma and flavors of grain, grass, mild fruit. Decent for the style.

cheap (6333) - CHINA - DEC 13, 2017
Skinny can. Pale beer with a slight haze. Aroma is a little sweet & mildly volatile metal. Taste is quite difficult and rude & astringent nasty nellie bitter, for a kolsch. Quite hoppy with shades of piercing sweetness in there. Long bitter hoppy lager IPL feelings all over this one. Finish is sharp punching hoppy SOB. Tastes like much more than 5%. Decent carbonation throughout adds an almost refreshing attitude but then that bitter bullshit evolves to the front. Presently burping hop fumes.

Chalumeaux (1990) - Middleton, Massachusetts, USA - DEC 6, 2017
Poured from can golden color with a fluffy wbite head. Aroma is grain grass yeast bread. Taste is light crisp nice and refreshing.

Aurelius (5740) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - DEC 2, 2017
Clear, pale. Pithy citrus, unpleasant clinginess at the end. Light body, loses carbonation. Nothing special. On tap, McGowan's.

ttoadee (1763) - Austin, Texas, USA - NOV 23, 2017
Medium gold, thin white head. Nose is dough and herbs. Lightly bitter. Middle is crisp slightly soapy bitterness, medium bodied malt, hint of wood shavings. Finish is bitter.

gripweed57 (3154) - Hamilton Square, New Jersey, USA - NOV 18, 2017
12 ounce can. Bright golden color. Small creamy white head. Nice lacing. Light grainy malt nose. Crisp dry bready malt flavor. Tart citrus notes in middle. Dryish lemon peel hop finish.

hotstuff (5312) - Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA - NOV 17, 2017
Rated on 11-16-2017. Draft. The appearance is a very small off-white head that is mostly lasting, golden transparent body, very little fast rising carbonation observed, and a good amount of lacing adorns the glass. The aroma is fruity hops, grassy, sweet, and malt. The flavor is lightly bitter, citrus hops, grassy, sweet, malt, and a dry finish. The mouthfeel is moderate carbonation and clean. This beer is light-medium bodied. This beer is easy drinking and refreshing. It is very tasty, worth trying and a beer that I would drink again.

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