geologyguy (1662) - Columbia, South Carolina, USA - AUG 11, 2012
Sweeter taste, can be fairly sweet..changed taste between pours fairly dramatically..good flavor but not great...could drink a few lamas (1655) - Washington DC, USA - JUN 19, 2010
Bottle. Brewed on (I think): 04/12/10. A murky brownish orange pour with a skim of a tan head. A strong aroma of peaches, apricots, vanilla, and caramel. Fairly artificial smelling. A crisp, medium body with loads of wheatiness. A sweet start taste-wise with lots of cream and a bit of caramel. A sweet, doughy middle. A tart finish with lots of peaches and apricots. Like drinking a peach pie with whipped cream on top. Not a bad summer refresher, but more than one can be a bit much. strongpieman (1651) - Mount Airy, Maryland, USA - AUG 19, 2011
Bottle. Strong peach aroma - but very accurate to a real peach... no extra sweetness. Amber with no head, lots of floating particulate. Taste is only a little sweet but more of the peach is released. Finish is good - no nasty flavors linger, like in some fruit beers. No chemical aroma / taste ... another plus. Recommend if you are up for peach --- no half way with this one. I enjoyed, but would take in small doses. Lowe1983 (1632) - Dayton, Ohio, USA - NOV 28, 2011
Pours a cloudy, amber color with a white head. Aroma is pretty much all peach with a hint of some wheat. Flavor is creamy with peach flavors dominating. Some wheat comes out on the finish as well. GMCC2181 (1613) - Newark, Delaware, USA - OCT 21, 2009
Bottle picked up at Stateline... Dark orange color. Small head. Aroma of funky peaches. Taste is peachy....duh? Medium texture... Not much to write about... Not a bad beer at all.
BigBeer45 (1565) - Michigan, USA - MAY 27, 2012
Bottle from Champanes,
this ale had a hazy/cloudy faded orange pour with some light brown colors, and made one finger white and off-white head, this beer was opaque but I was able to see flowing bubbles at the sides of the glass, and it left some nice spots and fingers of lacing on the sides of the glass, there was a thin layer of dark sediment on the bottom of the bottle,
the aromas were raw peaches, some thing similar to peach cobbler, wheat, bread and dough which help to give a cobbler aroma to this beer,
this ale had flavors of peach, dougy bread, some citrus, a little bread and fruit sweetness at the start of the drink but it is mostly dry at the finish,
and there was some bitterness at the finish,
the mouth feel was light on the palate, there was lively carbonation on the tongue,
I found the aroma to be better and more interesting than the flavor, but anyway, a nice fruit beer, I would buy this drink again.
scarletfire65 (1507) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 16, 2014
Bottle at home. Huge fluffy white head. Aroma of canned peaches in syrup, wheat. NIce and tart with strong wheat character. Hoppy, grassy finish. Fruity. Not sweet or cloying at all. Creamy palate. Heathen (1500) - Wilmington, Delaware, USA - JUN 26, 2009
THOUGHTS. It was different, but not great. But still makes a nice summer refresher.
TECHNICAL: Bottle. Poured a murky, milky, orangey yellow with a small, white head that mostly diminished and left good to excellent lacing. The aroma was mostly peach along with light to moderate cereal, peach nectar and when warmer almost a peaches and cream kind of smell, or better yet a bowl full of Wheaties and peaches with milk. The initial flavor was tart, lightly sweet, sour and acidic; while the finish was sweet, bitter, sour, acidic and tart with an average duration. There was peaches (the whole peach, meat, skin and pit), wheat and yeast. The light to medium body was dry with fizzy carbonation and a lightly astringent and slightly metallic finish. radio_nowhere (1474) - Maryland, USA - OCT 8, 2013
Wife ordered a pint at Harrikas in Cedar Point, NC so of course I snagged a few sips. Served in a plastic pint cup, hazy golden-amber color with white head. Aroma of peaches, wheat and malt sweetness. Taste is sweet tart peaches, slightest sour note balanced with the malt sweetness. Light body, moderate carbonation, fruity, sweet with slight herbal sweet finish. Fun for a few sips, sweetness would probably stop me from drinking a whole pint. My wife loved it though. EtTuCthulhu (1391) - Columbia, Missouri, USA - MAR 12, 2013
The aroma of this beer is pure peaches, almost sickeningly and artificially so, but it is nice because of how natural and organic the smell actually is (think peach cobbler with almost too many peaches); furthermore, the color is a cloudy light orange with nearly no head yet with an abundance of sediment. The taste, when compared to the smell, falls a little under expectations with the mildly bitter and slightly sweet taste, but the sour isn’t bad once you remember that it is very true to how the over-ripened peach tastes; also, the palate is awkward to the tongue at first because of how the dryness on the tongue feels as if you had licked the peach fuzz itself, but the medium body, flat carbonation, and long finish help to balance the tongue’s sensations.