Stoudts Brewers Reserve Series - Kolsch

13 April 2009

I just heard from Brett Kintzer @Stoudts Brewing Co and he tells me their Heifer in Wheat (German-style Hefe Weizen) is now available in bottles and on tap. More importantly Brett tells me their next Brewers Reserve series beer will be a Kolsch...this beer will be a German Style Ale that is lighter bodied and mildly hopped with German hallertau hops and will be available by the end of the week (4/18 or so). This Kolsch will become Stoudt's new spring seasonal offering starting in 2010. Stoudts is currently running a contest to name this Kolsch with the winner (Must be 21 years old or older) receiving a free case of Stoudts a month for an entire put on your creative thinking caps and lets see if we can come up with some good names for this brew.

2 comments (click to read or post):

stingo 13 April, 2009 23:02  

Interesting news... What's their current spring seasonal, and is it going away in favor of the Kolsch?

mybeerbuzz,  14 April, 2009 12:23  

This is just my assumption...but I believe the Blonde Double Maibock is the current spring seasonal. I know they also produce Smooth Hoperator this time of year but I don't think it's considered their "Spring Seasonal". My guess would be the Kolsch would replace the Maibock but that's just a guess.

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