This is one of those accidental recipes that worked out very well.
gypsum and irish moss as kettle additions
Original gravity, 1.068
Final gravity, 1.010
I made a low volume sparge which limited my final batch to about 4.25 gallons, which caused the ABV to be rather high.
Alcohol by volume, approximately 7.5%, hence the name!
This kolsch-style beer has a distinctive taste that you can only get with the 2049 yeast. You can substitute any lager yeast to make kolsch with, although I'd suggest you avoid any that say "kolsch yeast" on them. Kolsch is made with lager yeast at room temperatures, and so you get esters from the yeast that you normally wouldn't. The beer is a deep honey color, photo above.
This beer has just been force carbonated, it will clarify in a short time---like about 3 days.