Apricot Peach Pilsner - Old Bisbee Brewing Company
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2.94/5 rDev 0%
Sampled on tap 1702, Tucson, AZ; May 2012
Arrives with a pale, ¼-finger thick head. The beer is a clear, rich gold hue that shows a pale gold hue when held up to the light. The aroma definitely smells like peaches, or actually it smells more like apricot. I really can’t smell much of anything else here, there is really not hint of the underlying beer
The beer is quite dry, which tempers the fruit character quite a bit, but it is still quite here with a lot of floral notes. It has a hint of tartness to it and not much bitterness; there is perhaps a hint of bitterness in the finish and almost some medicinal astringency somehow (a bit aspirin like somehow). This last makes me wonder if fruit extracts were used for this. A soft graininess is in the finish as well as a general thin beery character. The body is quite light, in fact very light & this could be refreshing if served cold on a blistering hot day.
Extremely simplistic, but it is quite clean in its peach focus so that is not a bad thing. I can definitely see this appealing to a certain segment.
09-30-2013 02:57:35 | More by Gueuzedude
Apricot Peach Pilsner from Old Bisbee Brewing Company
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