Kolsch Recipe Kit

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AIH Kolsch Extract Recipe Kit

Clean and crisp. This Kolsch will have slight fruity esters. The yeast can give off a white wine like character. Best fermented cool (58 °F-65 °F) to get close to that crisp almost lager like profile. Fermenting between 58 °-65 °? Be sure to ask for Kolsch yeast. Fermenting between 68 °-75 °? Be sure to ask for Ale yeast.

Yield: 5 Gallons
Original Gravity: 1.054
Final Gravity: 1.013
Color / SRM : 4.96
Alcohol by Volume: 5.21%
IBU (anticipated, alpha acids can fluctuate): 20.34

Specialty Grains: Pilsen Avangard Malt, Torrified Wheat
Hops: Tettnanger, Tettnang

Recipe Includes: Liquid Malt, Specialty Grains in a grain bag & Hops
View The Kolsch Recipe Kit Instructions here.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Brian Smerdon
Grain Bag Too Small

Went to start brewing my Kolsch and I find out the grains won't fit in the tiny grain bag that came with the kit. Dumped some grain so I could tie a knot in the bag. Not a good start. If I find another kit with a bag that's too small, I'll start ordering my kits elsewhere

J
J.
Tasty Kolsch!

Turned out great. It probably fermented a bit warmer than what is suggested, but turned out delicious anyway.

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bo schilling
dead yeast

The yeast is dead

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Steve Severn

Haven’t brewed it yet

m
mark
Excellent

I really am confused by some of the other reviews. This beer was excellent right out of the secondary and never tasted bitter. I used the kolsch yeast and fermented at 58 deg. F. I added a diacetyl rest at the end of fermentation which I really have no idea as to whether that was needed or not. I also used both Irish moss and gelatin. The gelatin caused the bottle conditioning to go long, it required a solid 3 weeks to carbonate. The end result is absolutely excellent beer, perhaps my all time favorite. I am disappointed that I can only make this one in the winter when my crawl space is cool enough!!!!

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