scarletfire65 (1458) - 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. 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. MaltDawg (1344) - Richmond, Virginia, USA - JAN 8, 2010
(Sample Date: 8/22/2009 Source:Other) Peach (maybe a bit artificial) sugary aroma. Cloudy golden with fine off white head. Peach and pear fruitiness with enough bitterness to balance. Light body and mouth feel. Medium finish. HighlanderOne (1317) - York, SC via NJ, South Carolina, USA - MAY 26, 2012
Poured from bottle. Aroma of canned peaches. Thick cloudy orange/gold white head. Big peach flavor, with toasted malt and citrus. More dry than sweet, which is good. Slightly bitter in back. Not syrupy. Well done. oobawa (1309) - Tennessee, USA - MAY 28, 2017
Peach-centric with an unexpected vanilla sweetness on top of a fairly nondescript wheat ale. Yeasty with the slightest bit of tart fruit, and the finish turns into fizzy bland nothingness. Not terrible, but not memorable either. We’ll settle for skippable.
dwaggs2 (1297) - Jefferson City, Missouri, USA - OCT 16, 2009
Bottle. Poured a darker orange color. No head to speak of, some sediment was present in the glass. Aroma was strong peaches. Flavor was strong peach and wheat aftertaste. Different beer. Good idea, but too strong of peaches. thome50 (1294) - Morro Bay via Orange County, California, USA - JUL 31, 2014
Tap at Flying Saucer in Nashville. Pours a hazy orange with minimal white head. Aroma of peach candy and syrup. Taste is overly sweet peach candy with a grainy, crappy wheat beer base. There is a little banana and hay and rubber. Overall, too sweet and fake tasting. hfmejias (1282) - Marshall, Minnesota, USA - AUG 3, 2013
12 Fl. Oz. Bottle. Pours super cloudy (as it is an unfiltered beer) with lots of stuff floating around, nice white head and lots of lacing. I loved the aroma of this beer; strong peach (predominant) some wheat and some malts. Taste is quite consistent, definitely peach (lots of it) a bit sour, some wheat and some malts. Nice beer, quite enjoyable. Gregis (1281) - Stilwell, Kansas, USA - JAN 22, 2010
Pours a dirty dishwater iced tea tan-orange with a small off-white head that collapses quickly to a thin skin; lots or suspended particles. The nose is a subtle blend of peaches and soft wheat; it opens up nicely as it warms a bit. Light-bodied and softly wheaty with a slightly tart finish. The flavor follows the nose with additional notes of flowers and light peach pit. This is a pretty interesting fruit beer. I prefer it a bit more than the one other (O’Fallon) peach wheat beer that I’ve tried. DandyWolfFloyd (1202) - Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 9, 2016
Aroma - has a soft candied peach aroma, similar to what you would get from a can of fruit cocktail.
Appearance - the body is clouded maize color, with some fine particulates. The head is large, 2+" with a white head that slowly subsides.
Taste - has a mix of wheat, slight tang, soft peach, some mango like flavor, and slight yeast.
Palate - light body, soft texture, carbonation is lively, and slight tang.