Kolsch All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

  • Kolsch homebrew in a glass with an All-Grain caution in red text: "Advanced, additional equipment needed"
Kolsch homebrew in a glass with an All-Grain caution in red text: Kolsch in a drinking glass

Kolsch All Grain Beer Recipe Kit

SKU 1084



Price Per BOTTLE: $0.83

Product Details

This pale, light-bodied golden ale is copyrighted by, brewed in, and named for the German city of Köln. Kolschbier is traditionally given a long, cold aging period like a lager, which makes for a very smooth and clean beer. A small dose of German Hallertau hops cuts the richness of the malt. "Spritzy" is a word often used to describe Kolsch - very refreshing, and a popular lawnmower beer for beer snobs!

If you enjoyed Cologne Kolsch, you'll love this kit!


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Additional Information

SKU 1084
Beer Color Light
Original Gravity


Total Time to Make 6 weeks
Regional Style German/Czech/Continental
Alcohol Content Medium
Yield 5 Gallons
Beer Style German Ales,Hybrid Beers
Fermentation Type Ale
Beer Recipe Kit Instructions Click here for recipe kit instructions

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Thomas V.
The shipping was slow

My order sat in the warehouse unshipped until I finally emailed twice to see why it was taking so long. I was told the company was having staffing issues. I found a better supplier so good luck.

Mike W.
First time Kolsch

I followed the step mash process which takes a little longer however the results have been very good. The grain bill is as simple as it gets! I nailed the OG before fermenting for nine days then cold crashed for three days prior to kegging. Two if my neighbors and my wife have requested a new batch asap!

Steve B.
Krushing the Kolsch

Still in the primary. Looking forward to a clean post lawn mowing refresher!

Dave G.
Kolsch All Grain kit

One of my Favorite beers to brew. Clean & crisp. Going to lager it this time... I've made this beer twice in the past. Always hits the post for any occasion...

Kolsch all grain kit

Overall a good experience. The only issue was the grain appeared to be overly ground with lots of finely pulverized grain resulting in my first ever stuck sparge.