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In search of Kölsch in Cologne
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tribune
2009-02-05 14:01:59 UTC
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Kölsch, the beer of the ancient city of Cologne (Köln in German),
marries two different brewing techniques to produce an
unusual depth of flavor

Wall Street Journal:
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123306867078819659.html
Joris Pattyn
2009-02-05 19:09:26 UTC
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Kölsch, the beer of the ancient city of Cologne (Köln in German),
marries two different brewing techniques to produce an
unusual depth of flavor

I wouldn't call that two different techniques. If they had used both lager &
ale yeast.
der gediegene dgs
2009-02-06 16:49:54 UTC
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Post by Joris Pattyn
Post by tribune
Kölsch, the beer of the ancient city of Cologne (Köln in German),
marries two different brewing techniques to produce an
unusual depth of flavor
I wouldn't call that two different techniques. If they had used both lager &
ale yeast.
Uh-oh. You're cited as an information source in the article! I guess
someone will have to take the matter up with Mr. Forelle...

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