First Release Date: Sept 5, 2018
About the Beer:
Mittelkinder Kolsch is top-fermented like an ale and uses ale yeast, but it’s conditioned at cold temps for a relatively lengthy duration like a lager, which brings interesting flavors out of the ale yeast. Additionally, the grain bill for this recipe is largely pilsener malt. So, if you’re an ale lover, a lager lover, or a pilsner lover, come try Mittelkinder. The flavors are light but we think you’ll find incredible complexity in this beer.
About the Name:
Mittelkinder is the German word for “middle children”, and we chose this name because kolsch is a wonderful beer style that lands somewhere in between an ale and a lager (and is completely misunderstood and deserves way more attention). (And Amanda is a middle child.)