Beer Style History
The Kölsch, originally from Cologne, Germany, is one of the lightest, if not the lightest, ales in existence. Its lightness is only rivaled by its delicateness and complexity. A true Kölsch should be on the drier side and have low or medium alcohol content. American brewpubs and breweries have based many of their lightest “Blonde” or “Golden” ales off the Kölsch, but tend to stray away from tradition in order to appeal to local tastes.
Goldilocks is a traditional style Kölsch, featuring a crisp mouthfeel, light breadiness on the palate and subtle bright fruity notes. This beer is designed to pair easily with food and refreshing on hot summer days.