jc4031 (129) - Colorado, USA - JUN 13, 2011
750ml bottle at Odell. delicious porter, peach and sour flavors all standing out in their own way yet working together wonderfully. this is a really good beer. ads135 (4607) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - NOV 26, 2011
Mmm, the peach and porter. A slightly sour, tart flavor accentuates the porter. Strongly alocholic with a heavy body. A gift from Jess after my MA exam. 3/13/2011. norsedoc (248) - Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 4, 2011
Bomber. Pours black with a frothy tan head that fades quickly. Great nose of coffee, chocolate, and berry. Medium full body. The initial sweetness fades away to mild peach sourness then bitter cocoa. Think grilled peaches in late summer. Beermogul (28) - USA - DEC 30, 2011
750ml cork and cage. Large creamy yellow head, very well carbonated and frothy like root beer. Pours a color of black. Smells of sour peaches, tart, cherry, coffee. Tastes of poached peaches, coffee, and some vanilla notes. Medium body, almost light and smooth. Very nicely crafted beer. I had one when it first came out and had one recently. It is drinking very well right now. Age has done her well! thomas15 (689) - Alabama, USA - FEB 23, 2013
Aroma is weird and intergrated but intriguing, peaches, funk, and roasty chocolate. Looks great, thick creamy one finger head, dark brown with some tingles of reddish orange. Light brown head. Taste is initially weird, never had abeer like this. Taste is very intergrated light a peach chocolate. Peach comes t brought with, chocolately roaste with a really great tartness that seems to balance it all. Texture is thin but kind of creamy. Between this And Friek I’m all in on Odell after some skepticism . This is really good and very unique...
ajd413 (18) - Colorado, USA - JAN 4, 2011
Nice roasty nose with a hint of brett and peach. Well-rounded medium body. Pours black with only a slight head. Complex combination of flavors, with mild peach flavor and light brett. Great roast character. Not astringent and not hot at all at 9.5. Can’t wait until this one ages a bit. Hopefully some tart character will begin to shine through. brokephibroke (315) - Mead, Colorado, USA - JAN 5, 2011
Peachy! Eating a ripe Palisade peach is a wonderful thing and somehow Odell has captured this within the roasty, malty porter. The yeast adds a bit of sourness and freshness to the peach. To me this really works. Even the long linger is complex, light and refreshing on the hard palate and intense and dark in the throat. Wow. dionysus (1486) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 15, 2011
Bottle pours deep brown with a khaki head. Aroma smells as if you rolled a tart peach in cocoa powder and coffee. There is also an additional underlying roastiness as well as a touch of tobacco. When it comes to the taste, the peach is a lot more subtle and lends nice undertones to the classic roastiness of the porter. What’s interesting is the fact that the peaches not only lend sweet fruitiness to the front palate, but also tart acidity on the finish. This probably won’t be everyone’s cup of tea but I’m definately digging it. Something tells me that it’s only going to get better with age. daknole (11047) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - JAN 19, 2011
Bottle from dionysus! Brown pour, tan head. Peaches, oranges, cocoa, light roast, pumpernickel bread. Flavor is lightly tart, flavors of light chocolate, peach, orange, tea. Very unique and very good. boFNjackson (4201) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JUN 5, 2011
Bottle... Poured pitch black with little head. Really great beer here and a positive experiment for Odell Brewing. A thicker body of the porter with the tangy, fruity peach tones. I really like how the wild yeast tone added some funk (but no sourness keep in mind). The finish would start to dry out accentuating the peach fruit flavors. Glad I have an extra bottle in the cellar, can’t wait to see how this turns out even more down the road.