GRM (4046) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 31, 2012
Sample, draught, at TAP NY, savoured on April 28 2012; eye: golden, hazy, no effervescence, tiny ring of off-white head; nose: peach, wheat, light acidity; mouth: peach, wheat, light acidity, water, finale in peach with presence of maple sap, medium body, good carbonation, lightly sweet, watery
Échantillon, en fût, bue au TAP NY, savourée le 28 avril 2012; œil : dorée, voilée, pas d’effervescence, petit anneau de mousse blanc cassé; nez :pêche, blé, légère acidité; bouche : pêche, blé, légère acidité, eau, finale en pêche avec présence d’eau d’érable, corps moyen, bonne carbonatation, légèrement sucrée, aqueuse j12601 (11706) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - AUG 23, 2009
On tap at the brewpub. Pours a clear gently browned yellow amber with a thin whit head. Peaches! Big roast peaches. Smells like a nice peach cobbler and a fresh peach cracked in half. Medium body, more sweet fresh peach flavors with a little bit of malt behind it. Finishes, again, peachy. Probably the most peach tasting peach beer I’ve had (though maybe that’s because I don’t think New Glarus has one). Does strike me as with this much peach it’s quite possibly artificial as it just has so much of that freshly split peach smell to it that it makes me skeptical. Nothing ever smells that much like what it’s supposed to be without some sort of nefarious dealings with underworld creatures… or a vial of artificial flavoring. Quite nice though either way.