“The times may not be, but one sip of this beer will hopefully make you hark back to a time when life was peachy…We added a shedload of Australian peach puree and some Italian bergamot puree to a delightful kettle sour, bringing you a refreshing sour session ale.”
Appearance: Slightly hazy light orange body with a wispy white head. It slowly breaks up and leaves spotty lace as it ebbs.
Aroma: Super mild. Picking up the subtle peach scents but we’re getting more orange citrus and earthy apricot if anything. Very delicate hints of kumquat and bergamot as well. Just the slightest flutter of tartness in here and that’s about it. We were definitely hoping for a bit more out of it that’s for sure.
Flavour: Very gentle touches of orange citrus, peach and apricot with even softer notes of bergamot in support. A faint hint of Bretty funk, straw and breakfast juice leading in to a slightly underwhelming finish of mild peach and apricot which pulls up well short.
Mouthfeel: Light, tangy, mildly bodied. Nice spritzy Co2. Hardly any sourness – pucker rating is a measly 1/5. Only 4% ABV.
Overall: The one and only upside is the approachable nature of it…very light and crushable. But the lack of flavour intensity and general excitement around it is pretty poor.