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It's alright. I generally like fruited beers and sours, I've found that there's a fine line between either being too fruity or too sour. This drink is mostly starting out with sour that comes up with a small hint of peach that get stronger the more you drink
Great! Peach rings, farm to face of steroids
You can taste the peach, but it is very tart as far as sours go.
Wow. Shard this with my sour-lovers and we really wanted to like it. Way too sour and sadly tasted like vinegar.
The peach flavor is pronounced and delicious, but it’s still overshadowed a little by the sourness. For all the hype about those peaches I wanted them to be front and center. Let this beer warm up a little, and the tartness begins to mellow. I had it with some stinky, funky cheese and it made for a great pairing.
Smooth & funky
It’s a little to sour for my taste but it is a flavor journey. Dry to citrus to peach to light honey
Pucker up- this one is sour! Subtle peach and honey notes, but there is no missing the bite. Cheers!
Very tart, reminds me of kombucha just a little
Subtle peach and funky AF
Hazy, big, vinous Peach sniffs, tart, tangy, sour, crisp, oaky, effervescent, Stone Fruits, with balancing acidity. An excellent beer with an excellent view & excellent company.
Good stone fruit, not overly sour.
Didn’t taste like peaches
Very sour, wish there was a little more peach flavor
This was wonderfully crisp and dry!
Very sour with candy and some funk, but not quite enough peach for me.
Tart aromas. Very sour, wild ale hit with the initial sip, but a very, very pleasant sweet aftertaste from the peaches and honey. The aftertaste is what’s the most worth it in my opinion. Otherwise it might be too tart for sour drinkers. It could use some more barrel aging to soften some more.
Party in my mouth