Peak Organic Fresh Cut - Peak Organic Brewing Company
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3.5/5 rDev -9.3%
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 +19.2%
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 -1.6%
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 -6.5%
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 156 ratings.