Today on TBD 19 - Blue Mountain Brewery's Kolsch 151, cold aged ale.
"A light German-style ale indigenous to Cologne. This ale is treated like a lager, undergoing extensive cold aging to produce a clean, crisp beer. German Pilsen and Vienna malts and Hallertau region hops lend a balanced flavor to our lightest beer."
As you pour it into the glass you will note the light honey color of the beer. It has a copious head and plenty of carbonation as well. There is a subtle malty flavor, with some sweetness to is as well. It is smooth and light, it does remind me of a lager somewhat. It feels crisp and clean with a light bitterness to it as you take your first drink. It registers an 18 on the IBU scale, thus the subtle bitterness. Overall this was a good beer, my only beef is that it didn't have quite as much flavor as I would have liked. It also has a 5.0% on the ABV scale, so a little better than the average beer and a few would do you. Give it a try and let me know what you think, enjoy.