So what sort of miracle does my husband want for Easter? It’s an Organic Kolsch. Wikipedia defineds Kölsch, also written Koelsch, as a local beer speciality brewed in Cologne, Germany. It is a clear beer with a bright straw-yellow hue, and it has a prominent, but not extreme, hoppiness. It is less bitter than the standard German pale lager. Furthermore,
This manner of fermentation links Kölsch with some other beer styles of central northern Europe, such as the Altbiers of northern Germany and the Netherlands.
My husband has started the process using organic grains and starting the mash process. Why organic? Why not? Wouldn’t you want to have your beer organic?
And he picked up his organic grains at The Beer Nut in his compostable bag, of course.