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Monday, May 01, 2006 AD

Attention: German Beer Experts!

What does 'kolsch' mean? The context is 'German Style Kolsch Bier'. Thank you.

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4 Comments:

  • The Germans call Cologne "Köln." Hence, Kölsch is an adjective describing that which comes from Köln or done in a style from the same.

    As far as what it means for beer, it's a light, top-fermenting, champaigne-like beer.

    By Blogger OSC, at 5/03/2006 8:40 AM  

  • I hope you were hoping for a discussion because if you would have taken 3 seconds to google: "kolsch," you would have found: "Cologne's style. Golden top-fermenting, layered. Softly drinkable, with a delicate fruitiness 4.3-5.0 by volume."

    What beer did you find this description? I am intrugued, especially as I am drinking a semi-bland Michelob Amber Bock and am boring my taste buds to death.

    By Blogger Nick, at 5/03/2006 8:50 PM  

  • You update your blog like old people f*ck.

    By Blogger Nick, at 5/09/2006 9:19 PM  

  • Yup...a "kolsch" (damn! where's the umlaut?) is a beer from Koln, just as a Pilsener is a beer from Pilsen. They are both light, clear lagers.

    By Blogger Kepler, at 6/08/2006 2:48 PM  

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