Just because the Germans have been brewing beer for a long time doesn’t mean they are good at it. I’ve had kolsch from the tap in a German pub in Germany that was the pride of the region and it still tasted like a boring, wheaty lacklustre beer that had copious amounts of honey added to it….. I was hesitant when I was recommemded the Yullis Kolsch I must admit.

Yullis has gone with organic honey in their kolsch sourced locally from the blue mountains. As a kolsch it looks and feels more like a lager, which for me is a great thing! It pours a really clear goldy yellow and is very easy on the palate. It’s no Norman but it’s still an easy drinker in its own right. If you like your kolsch then I think you will be happy with this one.