Leighton (22056) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 23, 2017
Can shared in Keystone. Pours clear yellow with a fluffy, white head. Jammy peach in the nose, pale bread. Light-medium sweet flavour with some peach yoghurt stuff, a little dough, a little straw. Light bodied with average carbonation. Finishes with further peachy sugars, mellow rindy bitterness, crisp pale malts. Decent. unclemike (3170) - Junction City Kansas, Kansas, USA - OCT 30, 2016
Pours a light orange with a thin white head an good lacing. Earthy, peach skin, biscuit, grass, light weed, and lemon in the aroma. Taste is fruity, earthy, spicy hops, bread, orange peel, grapefruit, and lemon rind with a soft bitter finish. Medium body with high carbonation. GarrettB (1639) - San Diego, California, USA - AUG 19, 2016
August 20th, 2014 - The theme of the day at Lone Tree has been sweet, sweet, sweet, like a trip through Willy Wonka’s bar. That’s not bad, but my palate is feeling a little like a kid at the end of a carnival binge, but I push on with one last beer: the Peach Pale Ale. It is a gorgeously clear brew, with a solid finger and a half of foam on top, which I clear aside to catch the scent. There I find lots of fresh orange, maybe more on the blood orange side, with a hint of grapefruit to signal the hops are there and present. The flavor starts mild and quiet, with a soft, foamy body and a quenching palate, but ramps up the sweetness, slowly, even sneakily. Along the way I get some floral notes, honeysuckle, honey, and a short aftertaste featuring orange and orange syrup, like a sweet afterglow. Of the three beers today, this is the most reservedly sweet. ozzy70 (1264) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JUN 27, 2016
Sample at Omaha Beer Fest, Stinson Park. 6-11-16. Poured clear yellow, white head. Aroma peaches. Taste was sweet, light peach flavor. Hop bitter finish. ads135 (4933) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - MAY 28, 2016
Very light fruit beer. Peach and candy sugar character, lingering sweetness at the end. Slick mouthfeel.
HuskerTan (2338) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - MAR 5, 2016
A- Wheat, corn, grains, subtle stone fruit.
A- Orange color, hazy liquid, white head.
T- Peach, wheat.
P- Light body, average texture, average carbonation, boring finish.
O- Lightly hopped indeed. In fact, I’d consider this more a wheat ale than pale ale. Good to start in the style though. Minimal bitterness and not much peach on the nose, but some on the palate. Decent. Probably a lot better for someone just getting into craft. hayduke (5619) - Eureka, California, USA - DEC 28, 2015
A sample pour at GABF 2015, In the tasting glass this was a clear gold color with a white head. Nose of fruit, mostly peach. Medium in body. Flavor is caramel malts and citrus plus fruit. Finishes wth the peach and a small amount of bitterness. The peach works really well here and this is quite tasty, dfinney23 (3395) - Houston, Texas, USA - JUL 25, 2015
Peachy and doughy, like cobbler before it goes into the oven. I’m guessing. It’s not like I’ve ever actually made peach cobbler, just sampled the finished product. Not "hoppy" but bitter enough to offset the sweetness of the peaches nicely. Dogbrick (13554) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JUN 22, 2015
Sample at the tap room. Clear pale orange color with a medium thin white head that evaporates quickly to a sparse outer ring. Spotty lacing. Aroma of peaches and malt. Light-bodied with flavors of pale malt, peaches and slight herbal yeast. The finish is fruity with a short mild peachy aftertaste. Slightly above average overall. cubs (10693) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - APR 21, 2015
Can @ home, picked up at Wilbur’s in a mixer sixer. Pours a dull, slightly hazy orange appearance with a nice off white head. The aroma certainly has some peach and also has some bread, light toast, and some grass. Medium light body. Moderate high bitterness, low sweetness. Bread, chewy dough, dull fruit, grass / grain, herbal flavor. Finishes pretty bitter. A bit of acidity. Bleh.