BEENJAMIN (290) - Portland, Oregon, USA - FEB 7, 2014
2014 Vintage 750ml Bottle - Juicy peaches and apricots upfront, nice mildly sour acidity and a crisp dry finish. Sunshine in the bottle, one of my favorite sours! jredmond (8445) - New York, New York, USA - APR 21, 2012
Bottle split with vin and Linh. Pours a bright orange with thin white lacing brimming my glass. Aroma is funky Brett, chlorine and fresh peaches. Incredible. Mouthfeel is slightly puckering with notes of sour, funky peaches, tart fruit, and a dry finish. whatsupstairs (112) - Inland Empire, California, USA - MAR 3, 2013
shared dont know what batch at CFH thanks chris poured a cloudy orange yellow small white head, nose was peaches and a little zesty orange also maybe a hint of pepper great tart taste no sting just sour really well put together beer BiiruBierBeer (1056) - Phoenix, Arizona, USA - JAN 19, 2015
UPDATED: MAY 2, 2015 Smells and tastes like awesome peaches. This is an absolutely fantastic sour and one of the best I?ve had. Medium body, medium to high sharp carbonation, and slight foam. andrewje41 (4094) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - AUG 31, 2015
Waxed bottle, poured and split at a tasting. Huge thanks to Prufrockstar for sharing this and feeding my latest craze of peach sours. And for teaching me how to pronounce the name of this beer. Love the description on here by the way. It explains as much about this beer as I probably can. Pours a cloudy yellow, orange (peach) color with no head. Reading this bottle, I’m truly confused, but I know the beer is good, so that’s all that matters. Frsh peach aroma. Candy peach flavor with a belgian yeast hinted finish. SO damn good. FAHNTAHZEEA
deyholla (11914) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - FEB 16, 2012
UPDATED: SEP 15, 2016 Bottle thanks to westmeister! Pours a cloudy peach gold with a white head that starts at the edges and dissipates completely. Aroma is full of peach with a light tartness and a nice earthy funk note. Flavor starts a really nice juicy peach note with a growing tartness and a hint of funk. AdamChandler (5113) - Enfield, New Hampshire, USA - FEB 27, 2012
Wow. Only 8 ratings. A friend brought this over following a trade with a west coast partner. Poured at room temp into a tulip
davey101 (751) - Connecticut, USA - MAY 13, 2013
A - 1/4 finger on a vigorous pour. This is a deep orange beer with plenty of clouds and some yellow in here.
S - Orange Peels are very pleasant. Lots of peach juice, sour and tart scents with lavender and honey. VERY enjoyable.
T - Sour is right out of the gate BOOM. Peaches are next and add a tart and pucker that’s just like eating a peach with the fuzzy left on. Lemons, floral and some oak comes through at the end.
M - 50/50 bubbles on a mouth swish. It’s a very dry beer with great floral lingering.
O - UTTERLY DELICIOUS. I need many more of these NOW.
2013 vintage. 750ml white waxed bottle into a HF over sized wine glass.
A - Pours a hazy...well its a peach colored body. An initial fingers worth of soapy foam with large bubbles forms but settles into some edging pretty quickly. Decent lacing with minimal retention. The peach color though, man does it look good.
S - Super funky brettanomyces and lactic acid followed by over ripe peach juice. There is a subtle, almost spicy vanilla thing that I get on the very end that I would imagine is coming from the barrels.
T - That distinct brett funk followed by a wave of lactic acid twang. This goes head to head with sweet peach juice and a touch of oak. Lightly sour with a long lasting juiciness. This is a very drinkable beer and something that is perfect for the warmer months. Mouth feel is crisp and lively while maintaining a medium body.
O - This beer is excellent. Truly one of the best American Wilds I have had the privilege of trying. I wish I had it a bit fresher as the peaches are sort of playing second fiddle to the critters, but god damn is this a tasty beer! wedgie9 (2702) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - JAN 20, 2014
Batch #1jlruthven (612) - Madison, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 17, 2012
Tasted in summer 2012 with Curtis and the Nashville crew. Pours hazy yellow/orange with an average white head that leaves a nice collar of lace. The nose is nicely sour with tons of lemon acidity, a hint of white wine vinegar, and tons of peach, trending to the under-ripe. The flavor is a bit more ripe with peach, quite sour but not abrasive, white wine vinegar, and a touch of vanilla barrel treatment. The body is light and tannic with average carbonation and a long sour peach finish. Big thanks to Sean von Tagen for sharing this one with me so many different times.
Bottle courtesy of deyholla. Pours hazy orange, bordering on garnet. Very little head, especially by a couple of minutes in. Good carbonation, but soft. Nose: wow. Just barrels and barrels of ripe peach, sweetened vinegar, candied citrus. More peach in a big way on the tongue, massive tartness and barnyard-ish funk. This was right in the middle of an epic tasting, and it still stands out as the highlight. Exceptional.