Ballast Point Yellowtail Pale
Manufacturer: Ballast Point
It is made very much like a pilsner, except that it is fermented at warm temperatures with ale yeast. It is then lagered like a pilsner. It tastes very much like a pils, except for the subdued fruitiness of the ale yeast, the tang of the wheat (in some), and the lack of lager-like sulfur aromas. 5% Wheat, finish hop it with Liberty and Tettnanger hops, and ferment it with a yeast borrowed from a brewery in Cologne.
Manufacturer: Privatbrauerei Gaffel Becker & Co
As the best-known kolsch brewery, Gaffel’s flavor is derived from an ale yeast that is "lagered" (or aged) in cold cellars. Gaffel is pale, faintly fruity with a crisp, hop finish.
Good 'n Evil
Manufacturer: Evil Genius Beer Company
There's a small amount of fairly nice malt to it, and an apple-like fruitiness. Hops, however, are very minimal, and only in the background. Additionally, there's a thread of tartness to it which appears mainly in the finish
Manufacturer: Brauerei Heinrich Reissdorf
Reissdorf Kölsch is the beer speciality from Cologne with a tradition starting 1894. A Kölsch with a pleasant, full-bodied, and uniquely light and sweet taste in premium quality, that is brewed for the adepts who prefer something special.
Stoudts Kolsch Style Ale
Manufacturer: Stoudt Brewing Co.
Refreshing German-style ale brewed using 2-row malt, a small amount of red wheat malt, and all Germsan hops for bittering and aroma. This straw colored ale is smooth like a lager due to the colder fermentation temperature and an extended cellering time. It is dry and crisp with a slight fruitiness which compliments the mild hop bitterness and aroma.
Manufacturer: Flying Dog Brewery
Award-winning example of the German –style Kölsch golden ale. Brewed with prized pale malts and German Hops, Tire Bite is refreshing Golden Ale.