St. Louis Pêche - Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck N.V.
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4.25/5 rDev +21.4%
Served in a Lindemans lambic flute.
Warning: Inside Joke: It's peche! Nice. Anyway, this guy pours a clear ...well, peach color, topped by a little over a finger of white froth. The nose comprises medicinal peach and not much else. Simple and straightforward. The taste is very similar, though thankfully less medicinal than the smell. There is a slight tartness involved, but nothing major. Just good, ol'-fashioned peachiness. The body is quite light, with a light moderate carbonation and a thin syrup feel. Very tasty, but still not the height of peachy lambics. Get some regardless!
07-28-2010 06:51:13 | More by TMoney2591
4.16/5 rDev +18.9%
A: Tea coloured, heavily carbonated, slightly cloudy but no visible chunks or particles, no head only a slight yellowish foam.
S: Peach, tea, honey, slight mildew, fruity.
T: Fruity sweet, sour, tea like quality, some peach but finding its somewhat unpronounced. Much like a peach fruit tea, but weighty with sour and sweet notes, definite lambic qualities with some funky sourness.
M: Syrupy, acidic, heavy body, highly carbonated with fine bubbles.
O: Delicious. Very similar to St Louis Peche Premium. Light on alcohol, a masterpiece. Found it in Rimping Market Chiang Mai. Great by itself on a hot day.
06-28-2013 15:32:45 | More by patre_tim
4.13/5 rDev +18%
A- Deep golden with a hint of pink or even slight red tint, a champagne carbonation that is almost constant. Almost brilliant in clarity
S- Peaches, rose, pond
T- Again Peaches, it starts sweet, almost like a juice or nectar, but that fades, almost in layers and reveals the tartness that underpins this Lambic. Very nice transition. No lingering aftertaste.
M- Medium body, wonderful carbonation dancing on the tongue, coats the mouth and tongue but does not overstay the welcome.
D- This is a great Lambic to get your feet wet on, not overly sour/tart, not a whole lot of 'funk' (yet) 2009 bottling, lower alcohol content, overall very nice.
01-01-2010 02:25:10 | More by BrotherBenny
4.1/5 rDev +17.1%
A- Peach-colored body with a small white head
S- Peach and yeast
T- Sweet peach and a little malt too. Really like a peach tea sweetened with sugar
M- Creamy medium body with moderate carbonation
D- Very easy to drink and quite enjoyable. Will certainly return when able!
03-19-2011 14:56:43 | More by aepb1
4.1/5 rDev +17.1%
yummmm. Not the refinement of some Belgian fruit lambics, but a great price for a very drinkable beer. Poured with a large foamy frothy cream colored head and a bit of lace. Aroma was the peach and some bread, crackers malt and bare hint of spice. Flavor is killer: like aroma but with a slight metalic tart tinge. Great body and excellent carbontation. Finish is clean and like flavor. A rare case when I could have two or three of these
05-05-2010 00:49:38 | More by drpimento
4.08/5 rDev +16.6%
Appearance: hazy, minimal head, orange/brown in color, small carbonation, sediment
Smell: peach and vinegar
Taste: peach and sour mix.
Mouthfeel: sweet, light bodied, high carbonation, crisp
Drinkability: This one was a lot more sour than some other St. Louis beers, but still very good. I could have two or three and is certainly worth buying again.
05-18-2010 21:41:55 | More by tigg924
4.05/5 rDev +15.7%
A-dark amber, slightly transparent. somewhat sticky thin white head
S-smells pretty good. peaches and some funk. a tad malty as well. fresh smelling. not a strong scent.
T-comes in with a super sugary and sweet taste of light peaches. there's a slight puckering after the initial hit. the after-taste is faint of belgian funk and syrup. not as fruity as other lambics, but the tastes are still great.
M-medium carbonation with feels weighty despite the low abv. there's a syrupy finish
O-i suppose this might not be as sour and intense as other lambics. the peach is present, but fainted. With all that considered...this is a great tasting beer. this is extremely tasty and enjoyable, and if it were cheaper...i'd be buying this all the time.
09-14-2011 00:01:33 | More by AdamBear
4.05/5 rDev +15.7%
Poured a nice clear amber color with a huge frothy 2 inch head. Good lacing.
The aroma had a fruit forward hint followed up by the funky yeasty wet matress mildew aroma.
Flavor was tart; a nice sour peach flavor all the way through.
Flavor clings to the palate without becoming cloying. Feels a bit thin due to the carbonation.
Easily drinkable due to low abv and the fact it doesn't taste sickingly sweet. A bit too gassy though, this lambic makes you burp a lot!
03-23-2009 15:26:26 | More by davexisxrabid
4.03/5 rDev +15.1%
Poured into a tulip. Bottled on 100120, which I'm guessing is January 20th, 2010. That or on my 34th birthday (I'm 25).
3.5 A: Mildly hazed light orange color. Two fingers of frothy white head. Retention is a little below average and no lacing is left.
4.0 S: Well, this is definitely backsweetened. The most aggressive aroma is a peach ring candy-like peachiness. The underlying aromas are hard to get to due to the peachy sweetness, but if you try hard enough, you can pick some out. A touch of barnyard with a lot more apple orchard. Acidity is low, but there are hints of tangy lacic acid. Grassy as well.
4.0 T: The taste is about as sweet as it gets without getting cloying/annoying. Again, peach ring peachiness with watermelon flavored lollipops. Some apple orchard funk, but barely detectable due to the sweetness. Very, very light tartness and some grassy notes.
4.5 M: Lighter body. Good amounts of super spritzy carbonation. Incredibly smooth.
4.0 D: I have a reduced respect for backsweetened fruit lambics, but I think they are generally really tasty. Anyway, this hits the head as a peach soda type drink with a touch of real lambic character. Infinitely quaffable. I wish I got the 750.
Disclaimer: I rate backsweetened lambics to the style of sparkling fruit juice, not actual lambics.
10-09-2011 23:43:58 | More by DavoleBomb
4/5 rDev +14.3%
Belgian lambic ale brewed with peaches.
A: Beautiful copper-orange color, moderate tan head.
S: Aroma bursts with fresh peaches and is very fruity and sugary sweet.
T: Big peach sweetness for flavor, very clean overall. Some slight acidity and tartness sneaks in but is covered mostly by the sweetness of the peaches. Extremely well balanced and rounded out from start to finish.
M: Light mouthful, fruity complexity, extremely smooth and silky on the tongue going down effortlessly.
D: Good drinkability, refreshing, and thirst quenching on a hot summer day. On a last note, I really liked this beer, flavorwise and drinkability but for some reason did not favor well in reviews.
06-21-2008 18:11:04 | More by beerthulhu
4/5 rDev +14.3%
Pours out really clear like applejuice with small bubbles coming up from the bottom and making a slight ring around the top of the glass.
Smell is peach and alum. Mostly peach skin adorns the aroma on this one.
Taste is mellow peach. Not too candyish and not too sweet. Really, just right.
Mouthfeel is clean with just a slight stickyness.
Overall , this is another great beer from St. Louis belgium brewery. Very good.
09-05-2011 02:22:07 | More by peabody
4/5 rDev +14.3%
A- Pours a cloudy yellow with some nice sediment. Not much head to speak of.
S- Peaches.. what a shock. You can tell it's going to be sweet.
T- This bottle has a little age and the sweetness was a bit less form a previous bottle I have had. Nice sweet peach that turns slightly tart/funky, then finishes sweet.
M- Light carb, smooth and sweet.
D- I would like to bump this one down to a 3.5 drinkability because a whole bottle is pretty damn sweet, but it is drinkable at 3.5% ALC so I must go for a 4. This would be a nice intro into finer beers for those that despise beer.
09-18-2008 17:30:13 | More by Greggy
3.95/5 rDev +12.9%
A-Pours the color of fresh peach juice, with almost no head. A thin ring of off-white bubbles.
S-Musty earthiness, peaches, fruit sugars. Smells very sweet.
T/M-A little tart at first, but then intensely sweet. Much sweeter than I prefer for a lambic. But the peach flavor is full and rich. The mouthfeel is soft and a bit thin, with minimal carbonation.
D-I prefer more traditional lambics, but this type has its place. I went to a Belgian beer dinner once where it was blended with the Gueuze Fond Tradition, and it was very nice. With the right food pairing, I would revisit this one again.
10-23-2010 04:50:28 | More by DaveHS
3.95/5 rDev +12.9%
Bought from Whole Foods Market in Town & Country, MO for $6.99 in a 12.7 oz Bottle. Poured into my Schlafly Tulip Glass and enjoyed thoroughly with fellow advocate, Ralph. Ale has on back... Bottled On: 100120.
Appearance- Pours a Amber, Semi-Cloudy color with a Golden Hue (Family Guy term...). No retention, No Lace, but then a Bubbly Carbonation.
Smell- Strong Peach but then there is a Maker's Mark Whiskey scent at the end. This was very interesting!
Taste- Over-sweetend for a Peche Lambic. A huge tartness is present at the end of the the drink. Same old, Same old...
Mouthfeel- Light Bodied and WAY over carbonated. There is a puckering once again in the end like many of these St. Louis Lambics.
Overall- This is definitely one for the fruit Lambic beer drinkers (in other words, for the Ladies!) but one of the better ones from this Belgian Brewery. This was the second time having this one (first time @ iTap House, Chesterfield).
04-11-2011 05:07:30 | More by DCon
3.95/5 rDev +12.9%
Bottle, date stamped 07/05/2011, poured into my large Duvel tulip. Appearance is a pale orange with a small white head that leaves scattered, foamy lace.
Smell is peach and a some funky, dusty barnyard.
Taste is also loads of peach juice. Not nearly as musty as the nose, just a hint. Rather tart, presumably mostly the fruit, but sweet too.
Mouthfeel is dry, light, a little sticky.
Drinkability is pretty good. The peach is Delicious, if rich. A good desert beer, with just enough acid to cut the cloyingness. Still, it's a slow sipper, and one is plenty.
08-30-2012 01:21:57 | More by ccrida
3.93/5 rDev +12.3%
This beer poured out as a golden orange color with a thin white head on top. No lacing here which bums me out. The smell of the beer is very strong with Peach and plenty of sugars on the nose. There is a very minimal amount of tartness on the nose. The taste of the beer was like drink peach soda of some kind. It was very carbonated and very sweet. Overall this beer was drinkable in moderation.
07-07-2011 01:55:20 | More by Knapp85
3.9/5 rDev +11.4%
Poured into st. Louis 10 ounce pint style glass
A - golden amber in color, plenty of microbubbles. With barely a head and no retention.
S - heavy of peach, pinch of sour. Nothing that lingered or that was strong.
T - peaches, and a dry chapagne like aftertaste. Flavor didn't hang on long, but it was very tasty.
M - chanpagne like, very sweet and much less bitter sourness that are typical from beers of this genre. Still has a nice carbonated bite that deserves an honorable mention.
D - entirely. Would pair well with multiple food items. A refreshing geuze that i will be enjoying in the future.
08-18-2011 04:41:44 | More by Brewmeist
St. Louis Pêche from Brouwerij Van Honsebrouck N.V.
80 out of 100 based on 71 ratings.