sulawang (1161) - - APR 12, 2017
Visual: (cellared for 1 year). Hefty quality bottle. Pours translucent marmalade orange with a smallish long-lasting 2mm head, tight steady-fast clustered streams.
fiulijn (20493) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - OCT 19, 2016
Nose: high acidic sour pukey, fruity alcoholic peach-apricot at the backend (lvl-6)-pungency
Attack: huge sour-medium tart impression, soft crisp
Mid-palate: (lvl-2-sweetness), light vinegar, manageable big sour, medium pukey funk, dull peach notes mixed with tangy fruity malt
Finish: medium tart, lingering tangy soft fruity pukey acidity
Summary: Despite its big sourness and pukey nature, this is surprisingly sippable and the ABV is very well hidden. The peach fruitiness is on the dull side but the engaging acidity keeps this one interesting.
Draught at St. Augustine’s, Vancouverslowrunner77 (12043) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 27, 2016
Cloudy golden color, almost no head. Lean but robust beer, with moderate acidity; the peach adds a very pleasant delicate note that perfectly integrates with the rest.
Very good Sour beer, not too aggressive, balanced, with depth.
Sweet fruity nose of peach juice. Less tart than expected though it is slightly funky and dry. One timer at the price point. JohnDrinkwater (19) - - MAY 21, 2016
This is my favorite beer of all time. It’s the best fruit beer mixed with the best sour beer, if you like that sort of thing. Double Mountain also has a cherry kreik, which is pretty good, but it doesn’t touch this fantastic peach sour. Ferris (15273) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - MAY 7, 2016
Draft - Vintage 2014 - Sweet peach candy. Clearish gold with a small head. Light funky stone fruit and a light finish. Nice and light, but peach has faded.
lightbias (453) - USA - FEB 18, 2016
I just found this! I had no idea that it even existed until last weekend, and it’s been on my mind a lot this week. I’m looking forward to a little bit of funk and tonight is a great evening to enjoy something a bit sour.
- Tangy, funky peaches erupt from the bottle as soon as I crack the cap and immediately set my mouth watering. I tip the bottle and pour, the almond-hued, foamy head rising only slightly above a hazy brew, marmalade in color. The fragrance is redolent...evocative, and I can’t wait to taste it.
- The experience is anticipated...the sour taste biting at the small edges of my mouth, searing its way from my lips to my jaw, a flash of moisture under my tongue. As I let it settle, the sweetness from the peaches is delightful; a spicy dough with a bitter funk following the swallow. The light body is lively with sufficient carbonation to carry the flavors without projecting like a soda...it so easily could have been too much.
- The brightness of the fruit is tantalizing rather than cloying and the Brett is represented well in the flavor. The earthy tones in the yeast mute the sweetness of the fruit, taming the tartness without killing it altogether.
- A nice blend of flavors delivered in a mouth-watering experience with a finish that has convinced me to spend the money on at least one more bottle to share with friends. Delightful! pushkinwow (2790) - Ottawa, CANADA - JAN 24, 2016
Bottle, love the name! Light amber with an off white head that gradually settles down. Light musty farmhouse mixed with peaches, light apricot and pear, mild presence, moderate carbonation and mild body, easy to drink. Ernesto987 (6050) - Arizona, USA - OCT 26, 2015
bottle, a vinegar bomb, tons of peach flavors, then tons of vinegar. Overwhelming vinegar, too bad. jtclockwork (16581) - , New Jersey, USA - OCT 19, 2015
UPDATED: OCT 20, 2015 Bottle - Pours orange white head -nose/taste of peach, oak, funky peach pit - nose is a little off but taste is spot on - medium body. Tasty. This bottle must be getting better given the earlier ratings.
wchesser (2074) - Denver, Colorado, USA - SEP 21, 2015
Hazy muddled orange. Nose of peach and apricot, some musty funk. Taste follows...slightly chewy texture with nice peach flavors. Not very sour, but nice funk to it. Solid.