I need a good all-grain Kölsch recipe that is an excellent example of this style. This will be for a party I'm having in late Sept.
And if anyone has any input (temps, time, ingredients, etc.) on making this style, please do post Thanks!
"I don't have education, I have inspiration and if I was educated I'd be a damn fool." - Bob Marley
I don't have the recipe on me, will post when I find it later.
Do an internet search for Pacman's Black Widow Kolsch, very tasty, apparently won a few awards.
found a link to it http://www.skotrat.com/skotrat/recipes/ale/kolsch/recipes/14.html
Looks excellent! Thank you much.
Any other input would still be appreciated.
Jamil Zainasheff recently did a pod cast on Kölsch on The Brewing Network. It was very informative and inspired me to brew one.
His basic recipe is 90% German Pilsner and either 10% Wheat or 5% Wheat and 5% Munich.
Here is a link to all his shows:http://www.thebrewingnetwork.com/jamil.php