Halia - Goose Island Beer Co.

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Reviews: 110
Hads: 743
rAvg: 4.12
pDev: 3.4%
Wants: 72
Gots: 187 | FT: 27
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Illinois, United States

Style | ABV
Saison / Farmhouse Ale |  7.50% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: sidetracked on 04-24-2011

Brewed with the Saison and farmhouse ales of Belgium in mind, we added fresh Georgia peaches and Brettanomyces claussenii to a fresh white wine barrel and aged the Saison base for 9 months. Stretching the boundaries of the traditional style, we decided to put our own little spin on it.

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Photo of Immortale25
4/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured into a Funky Buddha Brewery glass. Back label says Bottled On: 09AUG13

A- Pours a medium gold color with a 1/2 inch white head that doesn't retain long before soon fizzing away to a thin ring around the edge of the glass and and a honeycomb pattern of surface foam specs. Non-resilient lacing leaves a thin ring behind on the glass.

S- The Brett gives off a nice aroma similar to green olive and goes well with the light peach fruitiness in the back.

T- The Brett kicks just as hard in the flavor and the peach is still just an afterthought. Mildly sweet with the alcohol being present but not too bothersome.

M- I was hoping for more tartness like there is in Lolita but there's practically none. Still, a bit dry and crisp. Medium-low carbonation also a disappointment. Light in body.

O- Doesn't hold a candle to Lolita, or even Matilda for that matter. Nice for a fruity Brett fix but definitely not worth the $21 I paid. (938 characters)

Photo of Stevedore
3.81/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.75

750ml bottle of the 2013 vintage, bought over by Doug today, 11/4/2013. Poured into a Hill Farmstead stemmed glass.

Looks like an above-average saison- clear straw-orange body, effervescent with a nice fluffy white head that has solid retention. Not much lacing.

Smells delicious actually, hints of peaches accompany a decent funkiness and some oak. Not surprising, but its very delicious smelling.

However, the flavour profile is just not as good as it smells. Some funk, some mustiness, some oak, a little bit of fruity sweetness that doesn't immediately translate to peaches for me. But there are definitely faint hints of peaches. I get no white wine in this. Disappointing, honestly, but not bad.

Mouthfeel is the biggest achilles heel on this. This is so watery and thin bodied for a saison which isn't the most full-bodied style. Carbonation is good and sufficient, but not enough to overcome the wateriness of this beer.

This beer was so disappointing, I just didn't want to finish my glass yet alone the bottle. Watery, not interesting enough. In fact, the Crooked Stave Vielle saison we opened up after this was just so much flavourful, Halia tasted like water after we cracked the CS bottle. No way this is worth $23, and I'm absolutely done with Goose Island sours/saisons from here on. If you're thinking about taking the plunge, don't. You're better off with a Saison Dupont or something like that. (1,417 characters)

Photo of aasher
4.4/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Halia pours a light bodied, opaque bright yellow in color with a light white lacing around the glass. It looks very similar to Temptation or Beatification in the glass. The nose offers aromas of acidic tartness, a touch of butter ala oak influence, and moderate tannic peach skin. It smells fantastic. The oak influence definitely stands out. The beer drinks light and smooth with a wonderful, slightly rich and buttery mouthfeel ala an oaked California Chardonnay or an aged Russian River Temptation. The flavors are very well rounded. There is a nice tannic tartness from the peaches and the beer has the perfect level of acidity. The brett is present in the near perfect amount. It all goes together so well. The drinkability for this beer is very high, further increasing its appeal. Overall this is an exceptional sour. Juliet has long been my favorite Goose Island sour but I've been longing for Goose to do a blond sour that I can get behind. That sour is Halia. (969 characters)

Photo of morimech
3.58/5  rDev -13.1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

2013 Vintage

Pours a pale yellow color with a slight haze. Just over one finger forms before settling to a thin cap. Moderate amount of lacing is left down the glass.

I get a combination of brett funk with slight barnyard aromas. Smells vinous with slight pepper notes. Get more from the wine barrel than the peaches which I do not pick up on at all.

The flavor is dry, mildly funky and acidic, with mild grape notes. Peaches? I am not picking up on any. I am rather unimpressed with this beer. It is good but the flavor is not knocking my socks off. The funk has not really developed yet and the fruit is not making itself known.

Light and effervescent just the way I like my funky/sour beers. Hard to believe this has a 7.5% ABV.

Would not be worth it at half the price. Probably would improve with age but I wonder where the peaches went. (846 characters)

Photo of rlee1390
4.12/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A-Semi-cloudy yellow, one finger head that left some nice lacing.

S-Rather citrus from the peaches, grass, spice, lemon and wheat. Mild tart notes as well.

T-Citrus, wheat, lemon. Tad oak. Tart not sour.

M-Lighter, nice carbonation crisp dry finish.

O-Juliet had more fruit flavor and more sourness, was expecting the same from Halia, but it didn't deliver. (361 characters)

Photo of rodlavers
4.14/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

06/08/13 large format, poured into a snifter. Bright white fluffy head, thins out a bit but maintains a clear layer, decent cling/lacing. Opaque pale yellow, not quite like urine, but really cloudy. Light fruit aromas, zero sourness, but a light tart/fruit character to it. Some tart flavor up front, but overall creamy with light peach notes. Feel is incredibly smooth and only a little tart/dry. Light carbonation. Overall great beer. So different from the other ladies. Might be my favorite. Cheers. (502 characters)

Photo of gr0g
4.21/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

First off, this is much more of a straight-up saison than a wild ale with just a mild tartness. Hazy, straw colored, head is nice and fluffy. Good retention and lacing. Aroma features no sourness, only straightforward Brett and saison notes. There's not really any detectable trace of the peaches per se, though there is an overall tart stone fruit note. Brett is somewhat tame.

Slight tartness upfront, not much more than, say, Sofie. Quite dry overall. Tartness becomes more prevalent as it warms though the finish remains dry. Bright, fruity character with minimal Brett earthiness. Excellent mouthfeel, fully but softly carbonated.

Similarities with Sofie are many, though the extra tartness and fruit character give Halia a slight edge. While not really a great value, this is still a great saison. (805 characters)

Photo of thezach
3.79/5  rDev -8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

To be completely fair, I really enjoy wild's and farmhouse beers. And while I enjoy the tartness and funk you can get on the nose, they don't intrigue me as much as saisons and other Belgian and American styles do. Wilds and brett beers run a bit together to me.

That being said, Halia has noticeable oak character that really sets it apart. A bright and hazy golden yellow with a white head that quickly settles into nice lacing. It's very dry and has a wonderful mouthfeel about it. There are definite layers of flavor and aroma, peaches, buttery wood, bright tartness. I could enjoy this one for a while on a spring or summer's day, and I would definitely recommend having one now and saving another to savor at just that moment, though at $25+ for a bottle, that could be difficult. (787 characters)

Photo of TTAmod
4.28/5  rDev +3.9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.25

2013 version (#857) brewed on 12 Aug 13. Poured in tulip.

A: Pours a bright, cloudy yellow...almost glows. Super thick white head. Dissipates to a very slight head after awhile. Lacing is good. Great looking beer.

S: Pretty strong funk...brett is definitely present. There's also a strong peach that comes off the nose as well. Smells like a white wine. It's very strong...it can be smelled for quite a distance.

T: Not as funky as the smell would leave you to believe. Starts off funky enough, though, with the strong brett and smarties taste. Becomes very juicy halfway through...can definitely taste the peach. Hints of white pepper and alcohol, as well. Mellow cracker malt base supports the beer. Ends very juicy, yet dry (like biting into a ripe peach.) There's only a hint of sweetness, though.

M: Light, tart, refreshing, drinkable....about what you would expect for this type of ale.

O: Blurs the line between white wine and saison and has characteristics of both. I like it because it never gets sweet...very dry beer...just the way I like them! This one could've easily went overboard with the sweetness, but they kept it in check. The peach twist is definitely noticeable, but not overpowering. You can still taste the saison, too.

This is one of the harder of the sisters to find. It's definitely worth the price of admission (~$25). Like I've said before with other wine barrel aged wilds, this is a good wine replacement and, in my opinion, it has more depth and complexity than a white wine at the same price point.

Head and shoulders above the other GI wilds I've had. (1,596 characters)

Photo of stephenjmoore
4.29/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A- Pale golden body with crystal-clear transparency. Lots of carbonation bubbles rising from the bottom of the glass to form a thin layer of bone-white bubbles on top.

S- Fresh peaches, white grapes, hints of earthy oak, fresh grass, grape leaves, grainy bread. The fruit is at the forefront, but the earthy subtle aromas are there too.

T- Puckering tartness up front gives was to juicy peaches and white grape flavors. Earthy flavors come through second, with some oak and funk coming through.

M- High carbonation, very tart and lingering, lots of dryness, medium bodied. Very sharp on the tongue when very cold, better when it warms up some.

O- Very tart, very juicy, very dry. It's a very good beer, but I'm surprised that there is only slightly more barrel presence than something like sofie, which is partially barrel-aged. All in all, a very nice peach sour. (869 characters)

Photo of Jonada
4.1/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

765ml bottle. 2013 vintage. Served in a Cantillon lambic glass.

Appearance: Pours a bright yellow color with hints of gold. Less than a finger of head upon pouring, but settles to a white cap and collar. Body is hazy with a fair amount of visible carbonation.

Smell: Fresh peach flesh and skin, white pepper, white grape, apple, wood, lemon along with some spicy saison yeast, but peaches are what stand out the most. Aroma strength is not very strong.

Taste: Peaches, white wine, light barnyard funk, mild lacto character, pear and some spicy Belgian yeast.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied, crisp. Slightly creamy mouthfeel. Dry, lightly tart finish. Very high drinkability.

Overall: If you're expecting a sour you'll be disappointed. It is however, a flavorful, complex and easy to drink saison with just enough funk to remind you it's a wild ale. At $22.99 it's overpriced for what it is, but if you take price out of the equation, it's a definite winner. (957 characters)

Photo of spoony
4.06/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From a 765 ml (dated August 6, 2013) into a tulip.

A-A normal pour produces almost three fingers of white head. The retention is poor, but there is some clingy lacing left behind on the glass. The head is somewhat odd for a wild ale, but whatever. The brew is nearly clear and light yellowish golden in color.

S-The smell is tart with sour apple and lemon grass flavors opening things up. After my nose adjusts a bit, I detect some juicy apricot and peach. The brew has a good dose of funk, as well. Inviting.

T-The taste is similar to the smell, although the tartness falls off somewhat. There is a nice bit of funky oak to accompany the peach and apricot fruit flavors. Good balance of fruit and acidity.

M-The feel is slick with moderate carbonation for the style.

O-This is a pretty good beer. I'm not sure it is worth the price that Goose Island charges, but it is reasonably complex, offers a nice balance of flavors, and drinks more easily than many wild ales. The acidity is particularly pleasing here...there is just the right amount of tartness to pair with lighter foods and cheeses, etc. without going overboard and killing my gut. (1,148 characters)

Photo of champ103
3.58/5  rDev -13.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.75

A: Pours a hazed and vibrant golden/orange color. A two finger white head forms and recedes to a ring that sticks throughout. Silky and fine lace is left behind.
S: Bretty and earthy up front. Kind of a phenolic and plastic band aid aroma. A light citrus fruity flavor.
T: Like the nose, Brett forward. Earthy and phenolic. Citrus fruit with a bit more acidic bite in the finish. No peach flavor can be detected at all.
M/D: A medium body with ultra soft carbonation. A bit thin and I want more of a crisp bite. Pleasantly dry though. Not hard to drink. This will be gone in know time.

This is a fine Bretty Saison/Wild Ale. Not the best however. Considering that and the outrageous price, not something I am coming back to with all the great Saisons sitting on the shelf. A good beer, but Praire Artisan price point is so much better. Let alone a much better product. (873 characters)

Photo of Gruber221
4.18/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Halia is an outstanding beer. Pours pale yellow. Smells of sour peaches, grapes, and white wine. Very easy to drink with a mildly sour finish

Overall a solid Wild Ale

Thanks to Railroad Street Bar and Grill in Limerick PA for hooking me up. If you are in the Area the have a limited amount in bottles available. (313 characters)

Photo of Alieniloquium
3.54/5  rDev -14.1%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750 mL bottle poured into a snifter.

Appearance - Slightly hazy yellow body. Small white head. Thin collar.

Smell - Citrusy. White wine. Bretty and earthy. Some stone fruits.

Taste - Bretty immediately. Stone fruits. Earthy and a little bitter.

Mouthfeel - Medium body. Sweet but the brett cuts it.

Overall - Definitely not worth the price, but objectively it's not bad. (378 characters)

Photo of inlimbo77
4.17/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

765ml, 2013 (bottled 8/6/13)
Tulip

A: Slightly hazy bright yellow light orange color. Thin layer of bright white. Some sticky lacing when you swirl. If not it fizzles away to a collar.

S: Nice fruit character from the peaches. Muted but good. Vinous character. Some light bright. Light oak.

T: Nice prickly carbonation up front. Opens up the palate. Get hints of those peaches. Some Brett funkiness. Nice vinous white grape flavor. Little oak. Dry finish. Clean. Crisp finish.

M: Lighter side of medium body. (512 characters)

Photo of mdfb79
4.27/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

From 11/16/13 notes. Picked up a bottle of this in NJ for ~$17; cheapest I've seen it aside from Top Hops. 750ML bottle is dated 06/08/13 and poured into a tulip.

a - Pours a hazy, medium to pale yellow color with one finger of fluffy white head and high carbonation evident.

s - Smells of sour peaches, sour white wine, tropical fruits, citrus, oranges, oak, spice, yeast, floral hops, earthy notes, and apple sauce. The nose is awesome; tons of sour peaches, wine and fruit. Brett is there though not overly strong. Love it.

t - Tastes of citrus hops, oranges, white wine, sour peaches and fruity oaks, oak, spices, earthy malts and floral hops. More spice to the and less peaches. Good but a step down from the nose for me. Decent citrus but didn't feel like I noticed the brett as much as I did in the nose.

m - Medium body and high carbonation. Clean and acidic.

o - Overall a good wild ale, though I prefer Juliet and Lolita; would probably put this on par behind those with Madame Rose. I thought the nose was awesome and had a lot of peaches, but that didn't translate as well to the taste, which had more spice and citrus to it. A good beer for sure, but not worth the $30-40 I've seen some places trying to charge for it. I'd love to try it again sometime, but personally would picked up Juliet or Lolita again before this one. (1,344 characters)

Photo of Rifugium
3.52/5  rDev -14.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I honestly never heard of this one until someone brought a bottle to a recent tasting. But now that I see it used to be Mae, I'm pretty sure I did have it back in the day during on of my Chicago trips.

Hazy, pale yellow pour, with a foamy white head that settled to a thick ringlet; soapy lacing. Aroma heavy with Belgian yeast (brett), flowery, with notes of white wine, with a slight earthy funk; almost BPAish. Didn't really pick up any peaches in the aroma or the taste. Otherwise, flavors of pale malts, white grapes, a rather controlled acidity/tartness, brett, and some barnyard notes. Light-medium body, slightly prickly mouthfeel, but seemed like it might get a bit chewy if not consumed at a cooler temperature. In other words, this is basically a bottle to share, and I wouldn't tackle it on my own (especially for the price at which I've been seeing it). Decent, but not too memorable. (898 characters)

Photo of Lemke10
3.85/5  rDev -6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 3.75

This pours a mostly clear, golden color with a slight foamy head. The aroma is a mixture of peaches and grapes. The taste is very carbonated and yeasty with lingering hints of sour peaches. Interesting but not quite what I was looking for or expecting in a sour/wild ale. (271 characters)

Photo of mnphish
4.31/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Halia $21.99:

Served in a Cantillon glass. This gem pours like a beauty with a crisp yellow body and a chunky head. Almost corona like, very appealing.

Nose smells moderately sour with hints of lemon tartness and very subtle peach. The taste is a little underwhelming regarding the peach but still packs a big sour punch. There is certainly faint spices hidden in there as well.

This is extremely refreshing and I will certainly be seeking out another bottle. I was hoping for a stronger peach presence but it is still very delicious. (537 characters)

Photo of notchucknorris
4.36/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.25

A: Pours a slightly hazed straw color with a one finger head that fizzes away like 7-Up. Leaves a light off white ring around the surface with some light clingy streaks of lace.

S: Light brett notes are evident immediately along with some golden delicious apple, spicy yeast notes, light oak, sweet white wine, leather and some faint underripe white peach. I'm digging it.

T: Led upfront by some sweeter peach and green apple flavors. White wine, lemon faint brett and some underripe pear flavors. Crisp and nearly perfectly carbonated. The flavors in here meld together amazingly well. (589 characters)

Photo of JoEBoBpr
4.55/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.75

Poured from a 750ml bottle into a tulip.

The brew pours a nice slightly hazy yet a bit bright straw golden color with a nice pillowy and dense white head. Nice retention as the head sticks around forever. (4.5)

Aroma is delicious. The brew starts off slightly tart and vinous with some mild lemony notes in the nose and some mild citrus acidity. The background develops into a delicious mildly earthy and grainy saison base that seems dry and woody. There are some flowery and slight fruity notes to the nose with mild hints of unripened peach. There are some nice slightly sugary and ripened peach notes (4.5).

Flavor is very delicious. Dry notes of white wine and some great oaky and dry woody notes. Musty and funky wood notes with some great barnyard yeast notes. Nice sharp tartness comes up along the middle of the brew with notes of unrippeeend peach and some mild offsetting ripened peach sweetness. Slight lemony notes are present in the tartness but it is kept dry and grainy. As the brew warms the vinous notes shine more mixed in with delicious slight sweet peach notes. The woody dryness is even more pronounced and each sips requires another one. There is a delicious crisp and clean mouthfeel that is light and dry. The carbonation is lively like a bottle of champagne. (4.50) (4.75)

Overall. This has to be my favorite GI sister. Delicious mild peach notes with great musty and funky yeast notes along with some good dry wood notes. Good base saison notes that work so well with the delicious notes of the peach and the Brett funk and tartness (4.75) (1,570 characters)

Photo of mechamifune
4.27/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a hazy golden/straw color with a .5in head that reduces pretty quickly. Carbonation very evident and lacing is pretty heavy. Good looking beer.

Smell is what I'd describe as the typical sour/brett smell.... a slight bit of funk and peaches as well. Not an overpowering smell, but pleasant enough.

Taste is tart up front followed by some mellow sweetness. Over the course of the bottle things start to blend together pretty well and feel cohesive. Peaches are evident and the finish is nice and dry. No bitterness to speak of.

Mouthfeel is fantastic, almost champagne-like. Very light and easy to drink despite the relative intensity of the flavors.

Overall this beer is a little greater than the sum of its parts. Unlike many sours I don't feel like the brett overwhelmes the profile and it ends up with a pleasant, extremely well integrated flavor. I won't profess to be an expert on sours but i've had my fair share of them at this point and I can say without hesitation that this is one of my favorites. For the price tag, I wish it was a little less drinkable to be honest. Goose island continues to be an extremely impressive brewery, despite what one may think of their in-bev association. (1,205 characters)

Photo of smakawhat
4.11/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

Poured from the bottle into a tulip glass.

Deep lemon yellow, orb glowing and opaque. Noticeable transparent carbonation on the sides, with a nice creamy white top that makes two fingers. Slowly settles down with a half finger of head that coats the glass nicely. Looks like a big lemon drop dolloped with a splash of whip cream, real nice looking beer.

Mellow nose, with a subtle subdued sense. Mild brett sensing funk and subdued fruit and a little bit of cream. Peach angle is very buried leaving an indistinct fruit sensation. Otherwise pretty solid.

Big carbonation and playful but also a bit sensing soda carbonated like watered down Perrier. God brett action but very subdued pepper. Not much oak character to this either particularly in the mouthfeel. Good fruit body but not quite juicy, with some peach but mostly hints at some good lemon like tartness.

Overall it's not a bad creation but the body lack some depth and the aromas and flavor don't seem to deliver the peaches very much. (999 characters)

Photo of Dupage25
3.96/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 2.75

Poured from a 765ml (you read that number right) bottle into a Matilda glass and split three ways. I didn't take great notes and followed it up with more beer, so this will be a brief review.

Appearance is quite similar to Sofie, albeit with a much less pronounced head. In short, bright gold, hazy, and with an aggressive carbonation. Marked down slightly for poor head retention.

The aroma is bright and fruity, but just a bit vague. Peaches or pears, farmhouse yeast, maybe some brett. Sort of reminds me of six-month old Sofie with different fruit, in that brett is there but in the background.

The flavor is a big, bright burst of peaches, with some subtle hints of white wine. Good dose of farmhouse flavor and some modest brett funk, my only gripe here is it could use more brett. This is a sour but it is the least sour of the four Sister's that I have had. More of a pleasant, fruity tartness (as opposed to enamel-shredding acidity).

The texture here is perfect, exactly what I want in a soured saison. Lightly tart, like I said, not full-blown sour; dry; effervescent; and quenching. If this came in four-packs I probably would never drink anything else in the summer, this is perfect for hot weather.

Make no mistake here: this is a sour, but not a sour bomb. More of a peach bomb, but with enough else going on to keep you interested if you aren't so big on peaches. Honestly, the biggest gripe here is the price. Everything about this beer (except for poor foam retention) is almost completely, totally, EXACTLY what I hope for in a fruited sour: dry, quenchable, funky but only mildly tart, with a focus on the fruit. Unfortunately, it comes in at a whopping $26 per bottle. It's my favorite of the Goose Sisters (still haven't had Gillian), but it still isn't worth repeat purchases at that price. Maybe a bottle every other year or so.

I'm marking the "Overall" score down quite a bit for the price, but if you have the cash and like peaches by all means go for this. (1,990 characters)

Halia from Goose Island Beer Co.
91 out of 100 based on 110 ratings.