This beer was created for an invitational at Hopleaf bar to showcase hops from Michigan and Europe supplied by Hophead farms. Michigan Chinook, Hallertau Blanc, and Kazbek come together to create flavors similar to Nelson Sauvin hops from NZ.
This is well hopped and bittered, hence the “pale” in the name. Kazbek is the dominant hop in this beer, a cross between CZ Saaz and a wild hop from the Caucasus Mountains with a strong lemon/ citrus aroma and a slight spice. This white Kolsch is supposed to be cloudy, don’t be alarmed!