Burnished copper color surrounded with gold on the edges. White head disappeared quickly. Light spicy and apples notes in the nose on top of a solid bready malt and light corn. Lightly floral and pleasant. Mouthfeel is satisfying and fills the mouth with a clean malt and subtle hop spice. Definitely not a watery thin Kolsch that often happens in pubs that do the style. Light but not wimpy, and enjoyable. Not a fan of Kosch as a style, but perfectly happy that I have a few bottles of this one.
Bottle bought from Union Pier tasting room.