Iron Springs Kent Lake Kolsch

Iron Springs Kent Lake Kolsch

Rated 3.040 by BeerPals
No Image Available

Brewed by Iron Springs Pub & Brewery

Fairfax, CA, United States

Style:  Kölsch

4.5% Alcohol by Volume

Availability of this beer is unknown

Sign Up to Participate:

Our rendition of this classic from Cologne is brewed with all German ingredients. This light and crisp ale holds many characteristics of a lager; tangy and tart notes are attributed to the slight addition of acidulated malt. Hops: Tettnang, Hallertau Abv: 4.5% O.G.: 1.050 Grain Bill: German Pilsner, German Wheat, Vienna, Munich, Acidulated Food Pairings: Fish Tacos, Tuna Tartar, Herb Chicken, Caesar Salads

ID: 33882 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 13 years ago

Key Stats








0 Member Photos

No photos yet. Show us yours!

Sign up to share your photos


Most noted beer attributes

None to date - be the first! Beeributes help BeerPal predict what beers you'll love.

Sign up to participate


Overall Rank35856
Overall Percentile25.2
Style Rank245 of 386
Style Percentile36.5
Lowest Score3.0
Highest Score3.2
Average Score3.100
Weighted Score3.040
Standard Deviation0.000

Rating Distribution

Not enough reviews for this chart

Beer vs Style

2 Member Reviews

Recent | Card View | Table View
  • BEERGUY101 5022 reviews
    rated 3.2 11 years ago

    Aroma: 6 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 6 | Flavor: 6 | Overall: 7

    Sampled on 3/19/2010. This Kolsch pours an orange gold color from a 22oz bottle. Medium sized white foamy head. The aroma is orange, caramel, fruity and sweet. A medium bodied Kolsch. The malts are fruity and sweet. The hops are floral. Nice carbonation. A touch malty for a Kolsch and seems to be missing that softer mouthfeel. Still a very drinkable lighter beer. Mouthfeel is full. Finish is clean and smooth. Aftertaste is slightly sweet.

  • POPERY 212 reviews
    rated 3.0 11 years ago

    Aroma: 6 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 5 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 5

    I haven’t had much kölsch (many kolsches?), so maybe it’s just the style, but this is only ok for me. It’s light, relatively dry and there’s a very mild vinous quality to the malt, but I bet that there’s more than that to a great kölsch. I’d prefer a stronger vinous note and a richer malt flavor. The hopping is nice, but I always like Hallertauer hops. There’s an acrid flavor to the beer that prevents it from being good for a session for me.

Discuss This Beer