Peak Organic Fresh Cut - Peak Organic Brewing Company
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3.75/5 rDev -3.1%
White bubbly head with a pale straw body that is hazy and very unfiltered looking.hop aroma is strong with citrus and grapefruit and some herbal notes. Taste is lightly bitter with crisp bite that fades to an ultra clean finish. Best beer from this brewey hands down.
08-26-2014 23:16:14 | More by Fieldzy27
4/5 rDev +3.4%
This is a very good beer. It poured the hazy pale yellow with white head that is leaving some lace. The scent carries a gin like flare with touches of mild pine and hints of citrus. The taste has a great Czech pils base with a neat pine/gin twang. The mouthfeel is m3edium in body with good carbonation. Overall I am really enjoying this beer.
08-24-2014 23:47:51 | More by WoodBrew
3.5/5 rDev -9.6%
Pours a cloudy, straw gold... very light, with a wispy head of about one finger of foam - leaves a few strands of lace. Musty tropical fruit on the nose, as well as citrus and light malt sweetness. Taste is pretty hoppy without much malt back-up; citrus rind; light resin; a touch chalky... pretty bitter, actually. Light mouthfeel and high carbonation - pilsnery. Not a bad summer beer, I guess.
08-22-2014 00:12:36 | More by jpro
4.6/5 rDev +18.9%
Poured into a tulip glass.
Bottle date: July 07, 2014
Pour date: August 18, 2014
APPEARANCE: pale, honey yellow with a tall 2 inch white, foamy head. Beer shows some sediment and cloudiness. Honeycomb lacing around walls of glass, and head reduces to a little puck in the middle.
SMELL: smells like fresh pine and wet pants with a nice mellow grain.
TASTE: I'm getting lemon-drops, grass, and pine needles. Very well-balanced; neither the hops, grains, or malts overpower. This beer I'd say is aromatically hop-shifted, while the flavor is grain-shifted. Great level of bitterness - makes for a crisp finish. All the flavors dissipate together linearly.
FEEL: pretty bubble and burp-inducing. Not a very filling beer, fairly thin-bodied, but the big flavor makes up for it.
BURP: very pleasent
08-19-2014 02:17:22 | More by CaliforniaJohnson
3.8/5 rDev -1.8%
A: a little hazy; 1 finger pillowy white head that receded slowly; moderate lacing;
S: with the "fresh cut" name, I was expecting a grassy aroma; instead I got a really inviting grapefruit;
T: grapefruit is still present, but what most prevalent is the light malt; low bitterness on finish;
M: light bodied; moderate carbonation; crisp; dry finish;
O: really enjoyable; thirst quenching;
08-13-2014 19:58:48 | More by HamdenHector
3.61/5 rDev -6.7%
August 10, 2014
12 oz bottle; Pilsner glass
A – Straw, very light gold. Definitely in line with the German style pilsner. Very minor foam on top that only lasted for a few seconds.
S – Tons of grass, pine, some grapefruit. Has an acidic, bitter finish on the sniff. Very earthy, smells like wild bush in the forest, or like I dumped lawn clippings in my beer. In a good way. It lives up to the name.
T – Very bitter and hop-forward. Lots of hop flavor, again very grassy and piney. More of the assertive hoppiness I’d expect of a Czech pils but with American hop character.
M – Very bitter aftertaste and finish, extremely crisp. Carbonation feels like a million tiny bubbles washing over my tongue. Would go great with spicy foods as it cleans the palate nicely.
O – This is a very crisp, fresh-tasting beer, and I think an excellent example of a GERMAN-style pilsner, but highly Americanized. The bitterness is very assertive, and I think this would pair well with a lot of flavorful, richer, or spicy foods. No something I’d drink a lot of on its own, but I have no complaints.
08-11-2014 01:31:13 | More by infinitebruner
Peak Organic Fresh Cut from Peak Organic Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 160 ratings.