Notes: Traditional examples often display persistent head retention. Small amounts of wheat can be used in brewing beers of this style. Koelsch-style beers are fermented at warmer temperatures than is typical for lagers, but at lower temperatures than most English and Belgian-style ales. They are aged cold. Ale yeast is used for fermentation. Lager yeast is sometimes used for bottle conditioning or ﬁnal cold conditioning.
|32/50 Kolsch||COAST Brewing Company||8.47|
|Cucumber Kölsch||Flat 12 Bierwerks||7.72|
|Summer Beer||Harpoon Brewery||6.00|
|Sunbru||Four Peaks Brewing Company||6.88|
|Throop||Hop Butcher For The World||7.46|
|Tire Bite Golden Ale||Flying Dog Brewery||4.00|