Lindemans Pêche - Brouwerij Lindemans
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5/5 rDev +27.2%
Visual: The beer was a cloudy, glowing, autumn orange with hint of brown. It had a foamy white head that cleared rather quickly. There was some lacing.
Aroma: The beer smelled of ripe, sweet peaches, honey, apple, and dried apricots. It was also slightly floral.
Taste: The taste was great--it had pleasant, strong notes of peaches and tree fruits. It was refreshingly sweet, and easy to drink.
Mouthfeel: I felt that it had a light mouthfeel due to the fruity flavors and carbonation, but also a slightly full mouthfeel as well due to it's sweet finish. It had low-medium carbonation.
Overall: I really enjoyed this beer. It was refreshing and very easy to drink due to its sweetness. It reminded me of summer, and I thought that it would pair well with a lot of different foods.
04-20-2014 04:59:29 | More by Jesscmilanes
4.97/5 rDev +26.5%
A- Looks like a clear beer with a peachy hue
S-Wow smells like beautiful peaches. I love the smell
T-Tastes like a peach orchard. It's on the sweet side but not too sweet. I love it. I can't taste the alcohol just nice peachiness.
M- Feels good. Feels like a peach soda--smooth and decent carbonation.
O- Wow I love this beer. I can easily drink this all day long on a nice summer day.
06-04-2011 19:26:04 | More by xvertirx
4.93/5 rDev +25.4%
Pours a lively, bubbly peach colored elixir into a snifter. Wonderful 2 inch frothy head that takes its time to fade.
Sweet peaches on the nose, with citric tones that's very inviting.
The same sweetness hits the tongue, some tartness bringing the whole peach flavor to the front.
Extremely drinkable, the low ABV together with the refreshing fruit notes, make this beer a truly unique experience.
Spontaneous fermentation is alive and well!
07-14-2012 15:26:02 | More by leokbelo
4.93/5 rDev +25.4%
Well, this is probably my favorite of the Lindemans blended fruit offerings, perhaps only because it is so delightfully sweet and syrupy. Maybe it perverts the fundamentals of the lambic style by overpowering it with peach juice, but my palate agrees with its fundamental appeal.
It has a light mouthfeel, like a nice sparkling wine, but of course much sweeter than what you would get in that area. It's easy to go through a 750ml bottle of thise stuff without even realizing that you've started. Thankfully, its alcohol content is not outrageous.
10-13-2006 05:58:51 | More by kolbe
4.88/5 rDev +24.2%
WOW - who'd of thunk it - a fruit Belgian beer that is just awesome. This is no wine cooler nor is it a chick beer. This is a finely crafted brew that shows a real attention to detail. The complexity of getting a began ale to blend in flavor with peaches and not seem like one flavor is alienating the other. Excellent work.
The flavor is distinctly of peaches but the Belgian beer flavors are still there the hops and maltiness are perfectly blended with a delicate balance that they are more enhancing to the natural flavor of the peaches. If you haven't tried or have some BS reason to not try lambics - then give it up for this one. If you have tried the Kriek, Cassis or Framboise and didn't find these to your liking don't make a prejudicial opinion based on those. This is a unique flavor and stands completely on its own.
12-27-2002 12:18:31 | More by AtrumAnimus
4.88/5 rDev +24.2%
01/08/05- Purchased at Tower Market in San Francisco, CA
Presentation- 750ml champagne like bottle. No freshness date. Poured into my Lindemans flute like glass.
Appearance- Yellow-orangish sparky pour with a slight cream head which slowly fades away. Leaves minor lacing.
Smell- Wonderful scent of fresh orchard peaches. A bit sweet and a bit tart in the nose.
Taste- Possibly the best way to get my vitamin C. Awesome taste of fresh fresh fresh peaches. More sweet, almost sugary sweet. A tad bitter when swallowing.
Mouthfeel- Suprisingly full feeling for me. Maybe it's because of the sweet creamy texture.
Drinkability- This has always been one of my go to beers on special occasions. I bit sweet to slam a few bottles, but it's about as drinkable as it gets. Everyone I know personally loves this lambic.
01-09-2005 21:07:29 | More by GClarkage
4.86/5 rDev +23.7%
Been meaning to try this and some of the other Lindeman's variations for a while now and finally got around to pulling the trigger.
Pours a clear dark gold with lots of carbonation although the head fizzes away pretty quickly. Smells of peaches, peach juice, a little tartness.
The taste is again lots of peach, lots of sugary sweetness and very mild tartness/sourness in the aftertaste. Thin, crisp, and very drinkable if you enjoy sweeter beers. I could easily chug this like a soda.
As a big fan of fruit beers and ciders this is really enjoyable to me even if it does border on being too sweet once you near the end of the bottle. For those who aren't a big fruit beer fan this will probably be WAY too sweet so you might want to steer clear. I really enjoy it though, it's a nice treat.
03-03-2013 06:04:48 | More by kp29
Lindemans Pêche from Brouwerij Lindemans
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