If you could drink our crisp, refreshing mountain air, it might taste like this.
The Colorado Kölsch is a derivative of German Kölschs, which were created in response to the popular lager-based Pilsners being produced in the Czech Republic in the 1840s. For those of you who haven’t studied your beer history, that means it’s a light crisp ale with a hint of sweetness. And very refreshing.
Silver Medal Winner, 2007 Great American Beer Festival
Beer voted most likely to be followed by another Colorado Kölsch.