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RATINGS: 74   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.66/5   EST. CALORIES: 420   ABV: 14%
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Inspired from a conversation with good friend and editor of the Great Lakes Brewing News, Bill Metzger, Brewmaster Steve blended a Belgian Amber Ale with 120# of Michigan Harmony peaches from Husteds Farm Market in a merlot cask. 4 wild yeast fermentations later and yet another cask aging results in an exquisite sour peach ale.

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3.7
asheft (3082) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 2, 2010
[bottle @ RBESG 2009, Grand Tasting] Buttery horseblanket, farmhouse aroma that is a little fruity. Cloudy dark orange under a white ring. Dry and sweet, fruity peach and celery flavour. Light body, elevated carbonation.

3.6
KimJohansen (10492) - Frederiksberg C, DENMARK - DEC 29, 2009
Cloudy orange with a tiny white head. Sour aroma with lacto, brett and peachy notes. Sour flavour with wood, brett, peach and lacto notes. Finished sour.

3.7
ricke (476) - Malme, SWEDEN - NOV 24, 2009
Golden amber color, hazy. A minimal head dissipates immediately. The smell is ofmalts, caramel, wood, fruitiness with an obvious yet restrained peachy character. The alcohol is present and gives the smell a sweet liqueur-like quality. The flavor is of sweet caramel maltiness and fruity aromas. More sweet peaches than in the smell, but still not very powerful. The peaches are genuine rather than candy-like. Vanilla and grass. Some dusty funky notes and oak. The sweetness is accompanied by a gentle tartness. The finish is really dry with plenty of alcohol and tart peaches. Medium body, smooth texture with a dry finish. A good beer. At 14% ABV, the alcohol is really well hidden and integrated with the flavors and aromas. Serving type: bottle (Copy of old Beer Advocate review)

3.4
anders37 (26641) - Malmö, SWEDEN - NOV 24, 2009
Bottle. Pours a hazy orange color with a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty slightly tart aroma. Fruity malty tart flavor with hints of peach. Has a dry fruity peach finish with some tart hints in the aftertaste.

3.3
Sigmund (7511) - Tau, NORWAY - NOV 14, 2009
Bottle, ABV 14%, RBNAG 2009 in Vatlandsvåg. Ale fermented with peaches in oak cask. Deep golden colour, low head. Intense aroma of oak, lemons, cider apples and peaches. Very sour flavour, notes of brettanomyces, sour apples more than peaches.

3.6
DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - NOV 9, 2009
From the Bottle at RBESG Harlequin, Sheffield 19/07/2009 Sour aroma. Bronze golden coloured hazy in appearance fruity and sour with a slightly woody whisky finish.

3.6
hopscotch (11101) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - OCT 31, 2009
Bottle… October ’09 O-Town Throwdown… Lightly hazed amber ale with a fizzy white head. The nose is all about funkiness – sweaty sock – vanilla and wood. Full-bodied with kicked-back carbonation. The flavor is tart, fruity and a touch boozy. Fruity, tangy finish… then it dries way out. Bottle provided by Beerlando !

3.6
daknole (11049) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - OCT 29, 2009
Dark orange pour. Vinegar, stone fruit, and woody aroma. Flavor is sour with peaches, vinegar and maybe some tart cherries.

3.3
harrisoni (18578) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - SEP 18, 2009
Bottle at RBESG09 Grand tasting, Sheffield. Cloudy copper. Belgian lambic peach clone. Some lemon. It’s pretty good, but clearly not Belgian. OK, bit too carbonated..

3.3
cgarvieuk (24499) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 23, 2009
Bottle at Chris- Pre 2009 GBBF... Hazy copper ... very barnyard nose ... woody little peach ... some sourness... Ok but not for me.


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