A Note on This Beer
Beachwood Blendery’s commitment to crafting authentic Lambic-inspired Sour Ales goes above and beyond most other U.S. breweries.
Get this: they actually brought probes into Belgium’s famed Cantillon brewery and recorded the temperature, humidity, and general qualities of the brewery’s environment over an entire year! Then, they took those measurements and mimicked that same environment for their own brews.
In 2016, Beachwood walked away with a Certificate of Excellence at the Brussels Beer Challenge — the only non-European brewery (and most notably, the only American brewery) to win such an award at the authentic Lambic brewing competition!
Now, you can be one of the only non-Californians to taste that authenticity in Tavour’s first-ever Beachwood beer: Careful With That Peach, Eugene!
This bright and stone fruity sweet-tart began its journey as a blend of 12-14 month-old Sour Ales aged in French Oak Barrels from local wineries.
Then, inspired by the popular use of peaches in European Lambics, Beachwood aged that blend for another 2 months on 3 lbs of fresh, locally-sourced peaches per gallon. That’s like stuffing 12 medium-sized peaches into a milk jug-sized space!
The world can’t ignore Beachwood’s palate-rocking Lambic-inspired Ales any longer! So grab yourself a bottle or two of Careful With That Peach, Eugene and experience this authentic taste of Belgium, Made In America.
Rated 4.12 on Untappd; 91/100 on BeerAdvocate