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Khaos Kolsch brewed by Icicle Brewing Company


Khaos Kolsch brewed by Icicle Brewing Company - Leavenworth, Washington

As the frigid water of Icicle Creek tumbles down the canyon, pouring over boulders, churning in eddies, foam and froth billowing from beneath, it dreams of one day becoming the greatest beer ever. A German Ale that delicately balances subtle fruit flavors and aromas with a subdued maltiness, a beer that’s fresh like an alpine spring and as crisp as a mountain breeze. It dreams of brewing up to be the downright drinkable, Khaos Kolsch. ABV: 5.0%. IBU: 21.
 

              
Beer Review from Beer Advocate
Appearance - Poured a crystal-clear light yellowy gold, with 1-1/2 fingers of white medium bubble head. Great retention, and moderate lacing.

Aroma - Rosy round-bodied floral scent up front, followed by a strong sunny graininess, as well as wheaty sweetness.

Taste - Round rosy wheat, moderate and pleasantly sweet, to start, followed by a bit of lemony citrus. The citrus isn't sharp, but slightly acidic, and fits in the roundness of the rosy wheat character. Finishes with not to sweet wheat.

Mouthfeel - Light body, sharp fizzy carbonation on the front of the tongue immediately. Fizz fades to reveal mild-to-moderate lemon bitterness at the back of the tongue. Finishes very dry and crisp.

Overall - Good flavor, the fizziness added quite a bit of zip. The dry finish keeps this from being thirst-quenching, but it is refreshing, especially on a hot day.
                       
 
Icicle BreweryIcicle Brewing Lagers
                    
The Brulotte Family
In 2001, we (Oliver, Pamela Brulotte and our children Gabrielle, Joshua & Elise) were fortunate enough to move to Leavenworth, Washington. At that time we built and opened München Haus Bavarian Grill & Beer Garden, www.munchenhaus.com. Operating a beer garden has opened our eyes to the amazing craft brews available around the world and especially the Northwest, and we take pleasure in having the opportunity to share these with our customers and enjoy them ourselves. With our love of beer and Oliver’s family history of hop farming that spans four generations, it was a natural fit to want to produce fresh, delicious, local craft brews. There is nothing more Bavarian than having a brewery in your own town, so after a family trip to Germany, we realized what a great addition a brewery would be to the beautiful “Bavarian Getaway” that we call home. We look forward to providing you with a craft beer experience that will excite your senses, quench your thirst, expand your horizons, and keep you coming back for more!
 
    

                                              
                                                
 

 





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