Brewery: Muskoka Brewery
Kölsch is warm fermented at around 13 to 21 °C (55 to 70 °F), then conditioned by lagering at cold temperatures. This style of fermentation links Kölsch with some other central northern European beers such as the Altbiers of western Germany and the Netherlands.
Review: The first thing I notice after the bright sunshine color is an active carbonation. Constant bubbling happening. It’s lively it is crisp and sharp. A classic lager/Pilsner mouthfeel with just a hint of extra flavour to keep things Muskoka. Another rock solid beer from them. Probably one of theirs that I am least likely to buy again since there are a lot of other people that do beers like this- (and do it better). I’m thinking Beaus lug tread, Grolsch, lot 9 by Creemore. Quite nice nonetheless!