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RATINGS: 9   MEAN: 3.51/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   IBU: 4   EST. CALORIES: 201   ABV: 6.7%
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Sour ale brewed with blood orange and peach

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3.3
jonas (8796) - Garching b. München, GERMANY - MAR 16, 2018
Tap at Taphouse. Hazy pale yellow, big creamy offwhite head. Medium light tart hay, citrus aromatics, light perfume. Light dry body. Tart, citric, light muggy hay, kefir finish.

3.2
tderoeck (11172) - Gent, BELGIUM - FEB 7, 2018
2/XII/17 - on tap @ Billies Craft Beer Festival - BB: n/a (2017-2015) Thanks to the Belgian, Dutch and German ratebeerians for sharing today's beers!

Clear pale yellow beer, no head. Aroma: spicy, floral, dirty, soapy, unpleasant funk. MF: soft carbon, medium body. Taste: peach flavoured candy, very acidic, lemon juice, fruity, funky, soapy, bit salty. Aftertaste: fruity, soap, weird stuff...

3.8
mariuspoenari (3238) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - DEC 31, 2017
Sampled at Billie's Craft Beer Fest 2017 - day 1. Semi-hazy golden pour with a white head. Notes of peaches, orages, light caramel/sugar, leafy green stuff.

3.4
tricksta_p (5725) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - DEC 14, 2017
From tap at BeerTemple, Amsterdam. Aroma is heavy stone fruits with lots of peach, more fruity notes, canned peach, light apricot, soft orange, wheaty malt. Flavour is mildly sour. Body is medium. Pretty nice peachy sour ale, there's definitely a lot more peach than blood orange.

3.6
kraddel (9680) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - DEC 8, 2017
At Billies Craftbeerfest 2017. Thnx for sharing, everyone ! The lighting was really bad, so don't mind if my color descriptions are off. Pours clear blonde, smell is bit funky, brett ? wood ? Taste is sharp, tad sour. Bit funk. Oak. Mild maltyness towards the back.

3.6
Alengrin (6202) - BELGIUM - DEC 4, 2017
American sour ale with blood orange and peach added, tasted at BCBF. Loose, thin, egg-white head, hazy straw blonde robe with somewhat greenish hue. Aroma of pineapple and green banana more than actual blood orange, peach is more present, dry white wine, yoghurt, gooseberry jam, cucumber, dough, vinegar. Freshly sour onset, bit simplistic actually, sweet peach and pineapple notes but again not much blood orange, medium carbo, supple and bit astringent mouthfeel. Lactic sourness dries the whole in a yoghurty way, but shifts to a sharper, more vinegary sourness as is so often too much the case in modern sour ales; ends very fruity thanks to the added fruits, but more gooseberry- and passionfruit-like than anything else; herbal notes too. Accessible, modern, basic American style sour, works fine for me but I'd love to have seen more of the blood orange component.

3.5
77ships (11911) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - DEC 4, 2017
(Thank you!) Sampled draft @ Billie's Craft Beer Fest 2017. Golden citrus. Nose is sour puckering acidic fruit, tropical fruit vinegar. Stone fruit acidic plastic vinegar, glue USA sour, not bad for a USA sour but a bit harsh on glue, vinegar, puckering plastic body.

3.7
Beerhunter111 (24346) - Beerland, GERMANY - DEC 3, 2017
Sampled @ Billie's Craft Beer Fest 2017. A slightly hazy pale golden beer with a small white head. Aroma of soft tart fruits, yellow fruits. Taste of tart yellow fruits, stone fruits, straw, nice.

3.5
shadey (2180) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 21, 2017
On tap at Mantra Brewery. Aroma is soft blood orange. Very cloudy yellow with no head. Sour bubbly and fruity - the peach is nice. Soft and tasty. A nice dessert beer or champagne substitute.


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