cheap (6089) - Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 15, 2012
From a bottle, very interesting in appearance. All kinds of things floating around in there. Does not smell like peaches, just plain beer. Flavor does have a backbone of peach in there. A little bitter, perhaps from some peach peels in there, not sure. Yes, the peach is not artifical like like some of the other peach brews I’ve had. Could be more behaved during the session. A little plastic in flavor. Interesting brew overall but will not purchase again. Not impressed. Ernesto987 (6050) - Arizona, USA - MAY 28, 2013
on draft at husk bar, holy peaches. very very candy like peach taste, with some light wheat flavors. Not really for me. rumproasts (6035) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - APR 21, 2013
bottle. light copper with small head. mild wheat beer with peach flavor. decent for a fruit beer, but not very exciting. DiarmaidBHK (5919) - Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, USA - JUL 26, 2012
Bottle from total wine sterling. Pours apricot with a ton of white foam that though highly carbonated doesn’t leave a lot of lacing. Definite peach notes on the nose. A get a hint of the peach on the tongue but it fades quickly leaving a rather thin mouthfeel and watery finish. hayduke (5677) - Eureka, California, USA - OCT 29, 2011
This was a fun beer joint tasted via Facebook Chat with Strykzone and locally with my brother Rick. The pour was a cloudy peach color as befits its name, and a nice off-white head and glue like lacing rings. Nose of peach. And more peach. The body was medium and the mourhfeel relatively smooth. The flavor was a good balance between the peach and wheat which make the fruit be under control,. The finish was more like quality wheat beer than a fruit beer with a hint of vanilla. Overall this was a really good rendition of a fruit beer. b
BrewDad (5667) - Olympia, Washington, USA - JUN 4, 2009
12oz Bottle – RJ Rockers Brewing Co. – South Carolina nearbeer (5606) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - JUL 9, 2011
Aroma: Light peach aroma with wheat malt aroma.
Appearance: Golden Yellow in color, Hazy (Unfiltered) with a thin head.
Flavor: Nice wheat malt with light peach flavoring. The peach was subtle making a great addition to the brew.
Palate: Dry fruit finish, with a Good Mouthfeel.
Overall: A very nice brew . This was a fantastic brew that is perfect for the hot summer. I wish I had more.
12 oz. Cloudy amber-peach color with a lasting creamy head. Nose is peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream. Flavor is similar, but thankfully not so sweet. The right touch of earthy spiciness, wheat and woody bitterness to pull this one off. Medium body is soft and creamy, with just enough carbonation and hop tingle to carry away the residual sweetness. Very nice. Aurelius (5572) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - MAY 16, 2014
Standard longneck, OK label. Foggy, tan-gold with a thinnish white head. Excellent, supple peach pastry aroma - sweet, lightly floral, very fruity. Nicely bitter, not too sweet, peachy, biscuit-and-butter tones. As it warms, caramel and vanilla tones emerge. Mouthfeel is just a bit limp, body seems medium-light. Long, dry bitter finish with fruit. Pretty tasty. New Leaf Market. heemer77 (5360) - Urbandale, Iowa, USA - AUG 24, 2009
Dark orange body that is very cloudy. There is also an off white head. The nose is fairly strong with the ripe canned peach juice aroma. There is also some light dough aroma. The taste is not sweet as I would have expected. It is woody, like sucking a peach pit with some melted plastic in the finish. Man, I wanted to like the beer as much as the label. chinchill (5318) - South Carolina, USA - MAY 6, 2014
12 oz bottle served in a pint glass (from 8/2011 notes)..
A - a cloudy light orange with visible particles in suspension and settling on the bottom. Looks thick. Has an off-white head with limited retention.
Aroma: Peach pie! Really strong impression of peach pie nearly hides some subtle notes of baked bread and light toasted grain. Smells very sweet.
T - Some sweetness in the taste, but a bit more tartness and some bitterness. Peach flavor remains, but becomes more like a liquor and less like a pie compared to the aroma. A tart wheat ale taste finally emerges in the finish and aftertaste, accompanied by canned peaches.
M: medium-to-full bodied; good carbonation level. Despite a near syrupy feel, there’s some dryness on the finish.
O - a very peachy ale: a good candidate for the official state beer of SC.