• Helles

    Helles” means “light or bright”, which refers to the beer’s pale color. KCBC’s Helles is a golden, Munich-style lager, which is the most...

  • Dunkel

    “Dunkel” means dark, and our Dunkel copies the traditional brown Munich lager that was the most widely drank beer in Bavaria at the...

  • Hefeweizen

    “Hefe” means yeast and “Weizen” means wheat. So, the name “Hefeweizen” describes an unfiltered wheat ale that still contains the yeast. KCBC’s version...

  • Pils

    In 1841, the City of Pilsen (Czech Rep) hired Bavarian Braumeister Joseph Groll to brew a pale lager. This brew became known as...

  • Winterbock

    Winterbock is a strong Doppelbock, with warming alcohols to sustain drinkers on cold dark winter nights. Winterbock’s dark brown color comes from generous...

  • Doppelbock

    During their Lenten fast the Paulaner Monks of Munich petitioned the Pope to allow them to consume a dark strong nutritious lager to...

  • Weizenbock

    With the resurgence in popularity of Hefeweizen, Weizen brewers copied their lager brewing brothren by producing stronger versions of the bier. KCBC’s version...

  • Festbier

    Festbier is the traditional bier served at the Munich Oktoberfest, the largest celebration of bier in the world. Our Festbier features a rich...

  • Doppel Alt

    Doppel Alt is a copper-colored ale with a malty clean-taste and a distinct level of hop bitterness. Balanced by toasted malt and caramel...