Orlik says his latest masterpiece is brewed with one eye on summer and the other on lifestyle.
“It’s no secret that British Columbians are all about the outdoors. Trees and water are two of our greatest natural resources and we wanted to craft a beer that would enhance the feeling of relaxation you get from getting the most out of summer.”
“Kölsch is one of the world’s oldest styles of German beer,” Orlik says. “Pacific Kölsch is made using our pure Rocky Mountain spring water, 100 per cent BC pilsner malt, Hallertau hops, and our uniquely cultivated yeast. The result is a timeless brew that pairs best with West Coast classics like cedar smoked salmon, albacore tuna salad, and good times.”
PWB’s brewmaster adds: “Pacific Kölsch is a light West Coast beer reminiscient of the classic Kellerbier. In German that means ‘cellar beer’ and it dates back to the time when Kölsch was naturally cloudy because it contained more of its original brewing yeast and vitamins in suspension.”