Rogue Farms Honey Kölsch, a German-style Kölsch by Rogue Ales

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Rogue Farms Honey Kölsch is a German-style Kölsch brewed by Rogue Ales, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the lager was served in a pilsener glass from a bottle.


Pours a mostly-clear goldenrod with a thin head of bubbly white froth that dissipates rapidly. Effervescence is apparent as a steady stream of bubbles rises in the glass.


Soft aroma offers a scent of cracker malt, grassy hops, and backed subtly with wild honey.

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A quintet of malts gives the palate a grainy, cracker flavor. Transitions to a mild bite of grassy and peppery hops. Sweet honey lingers on the tongue at the finish.


Mouthfeel has a light body and ample carbonation.


The Rogue Farms Honey Kölsch makes for a nice refresher with a palate that’s light and well balanced. An excellent representation of the style.

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