One of the most exciting changes that a production brewery has allowed for, is the increased tank space (and time) to experiment with lagering beers. We're able to tackle styles that take exponentially more time to brew, like this traditional style Kolsch fermented low and slow with ale yeast.
What it smell like, what it tastes like: The extra TLC results in a light and drinkable finished beer, with red apple fruity esters, subtle caramel notes, and the slightest hint of bitterness. The simple foundation of pilsner malt with a touch of wheat creates a beautiful mouthfeel, with a clean finish. A real lawnmower beer, if you ask us.