Style: Kölsch style
Purchased for $11/4 pint cans
Appearance: Dark gold with a foamy head.
Nose: Sweet cereal, yeast.
Palate: medium bodied. Crisp, grassy and bitter with a subtle underpinning of sweetness.
Finish: Dry and bitter. Lasts quite some time.
Parting words: This is the first beer I’ve had from Chapman’s and it’s pretty good and a good example of the style. It’s a fine table beer and would be quite refreshing served ice cold in the summertime. The biggest problem is the price. For that much, I expect more than this by-the-numbers approach. Chapman’s Enlighten is mildly recommended.