This hard-to-find beer at the local stores is one you can easily brew at home. Named after the famed, beer-loving city of Cologne, Germany, this lager/ale recipe is smooth to the palate with a bit of a fruity taste. A cool secondary fermentation and liquid yeast make it a hit among light beer drinkers. It’s one you’ll want to brew again and again.
- Blonde color
- Light, slightly fruity flavor
- Cool, secondary fermentation brings this beer to life
- Liquid yeast (not included) is recommended for best results
- Ingredients include: 6 lbs. Pilsen liquid malt extract, 12 oz. Bonlander Munich, 4 oz. Crystal 10L, 1 oz. Perle, 1 oz. Spalt pellet hops, yeast, priming sugar and a grain bag