American Kölsch, a German-style Kölsch by Boulevard Brewing Co.

Share This Review

American Kölsch is a German-style Kölsch brewed by Boulevard Brewing Co., and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the lager was served in a pilsener glass from a can.


The lager pours a crystal clear gold and is topped by a half-inch cap of white froth that dissolves rapidly. The brew showcases its effervescence with a steady stream of bubbles on the rise.


The aromatics are faint with a scent of honey.

Check Out the Latest News Article

Almanac Beer Co. released its first batch of Strawberry Sournova — a bright, tart, and astronomically fruity, making it perfect for sipping on a summer day. Read More


Nicely balanced, the palate has a mildly spicy hop bite atop bready malt. Finishes with a bitter, herbal bite.


Mouthfeel is crisp with a light body and ample carbonation.


Overall, the American Kölsch is a well-balanced refresher. It’s light and oh so easy to drink.

Recommended Pairings

Boulevard recommends the following food pairings with their American Kölsch: bratwurst, calamari, and nutty cheese.

Have You Tried the American Kölsch?

What did you think? Give a rating, share your opinion in the comments below, or add a link to your own offsite review.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Latest Craft Beer News

Beer Lab HI Releases “Chai Yo” Belgian-style Blond Ale

The latest limited release from Beer Lab HI, the “Chai Yo, Thai Tea & Milk Sugar Ale”, a Belgian-style Blond Ale, is now available from the Honolulu-based brewery. Read More

Bell’s Brewery to Auction Two Hearted Ale Hockey Jerseys to Benefit Local Organizations

Bell’s Brewery, Inc. and Kalamazoo Wings have teamed up to support two local organizations with a special, limited edition Two Hearted hockey jersey auction. Read More

Upper Hand Brewery Expands Distribution to Michigan’s Mitten

Upper Hand Brewery will end its drought of availability below the Mackinac Bridge with the distribution of its beer to Michigan’s Lower Peninsula this Fall. Read More