Peche 'n Brett - Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
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3.99/5 rDev -10.1%
Thanks to Skuter for sharing this one during the Churchill's weekend festivities.
Bottle No. P2192. Best by 12/2017.
Pours a murky light orange with a foamy off-white head that settles to a film on top of the beer. Tiny dots of lace form around the glass on the drink down. Smell is sour, tart, and slightly funky with peach and Brett aromas. Taste is much the same with a fermented peach flavor on the finish. There is a mild amount of acidity on the palate with each sip. This beer has a lower level of carbonation with a slightly crisp mouthfeel. Overall, this is a good beer that is light and refreshing despite its ABV.
03-05-2013 01:46:04 | More by UCLABrewN84
4.48/5 rDev +0.9%
Huge, huge thanks to boralyl for this one. Served in a cervoise. Pours a slightly-cloudy light peach color. Wow. Let's start that way. Nose has huge peach plus earth and mild funk. Dry and a bit creamy. Dry. Touch acidic. Some wheat. Incredible. Logsdon has really got some good things going.
12-16-2012 19:37:12 | More by Thorpe429
4.4/5 rDev -0.9%
This poured out as a hazy orange color with a white sticky white head on top. Nice thin retention on top. The smell of the beer is sweet, fruity and has a subtle grainy backbone in there. Some really nice aromas on this one. The taste of the beer is mellow, there is a nice sweetness from the Peche and a very subtle tart Brett finish. Very smooth mouthfeel, very drinkable. Overall it's very good. Really enjoyable brew.
03-26-2013 22:43:56 | More by Knapp85
4.25/5 rDev -4.3%
Thanks to ? for sharing, and to Dan for hosting :thumbup:
Quick review from written notes.
This was the latest batch that came out this year. Hazy orange with a compact head and some spotty lace around the edges, thin veil across the surface.
Nice subtle peachy aroma, pleasantly fruit forward. Increases as it warms.
Moderately sour upfront, lightly bitter in the aftertaste. Definite peach taste and aroma, seemed a little more prevalent in the taste. Overall a great wild ale, Brett wasn't all that expressive but you can't go wrong with a peach sour ale, imho.
03-17-2014 01:43:33 | More by emerge077
4.68/5 rDev +5.4%
Appearance: This gushed quite a bit after uncapping the bottle. The beer pours a hazy blond color, topped by a huge frothy head that takes a while to settle.
Smell: A ton of fruit here. Peaches and cream and vanilla beans spring to mind first. Behind that there's a good amount of barnyard, phenols and light acidity. The nose is exceptional.
Palate: Very dry and bubbly with a big vibrant peach flavor that includes flesh and more tannic skin. Brett lends a peppery, funky and phenolic backbone to the intense fruit flavors. There's a touch of grain and gentle acidity. The body is medium-light, and there's no trace of the ABV. I was even somewhat shocked to discover that this is 10% - I'd have guessed maybe 6%.
Overall: This beer took me by surprise. I tried the base beer for this a few months back and thought it was quite good, but this is on another level. Seek this out.
05-21-2012 16:58:30 | More by largadeer
4.25/5 rDev -4.3%
Thanks to Todd for sharing this rarity at my birthday bash.
A - Quick-dissolving foam settles to a thin partial collar. Murky peach body.
S - A ridiculous amount of peaches - my notes say 'peaches!' and then later say 'stone fruits'. I guess it smelled a lot like peaches. Not as much brett as you'd expect given its equal billing - more of a lactic yogurty quality. A light vinous note reveals the oak aging.
T - The taste is quite nice, but not as awesome as the aroma. Again, a monstrous amount of peach goodness, mixed with some lactic tangy yogurt flavor, and hint of lemony brett and oak. A tad mono-dimensional, but quite enjoyable.
M - 10%? Are you kidding me? Drinks like a beer with about half the ABV. Smooth texture and lower carbonation - this bottle could have used a tad more spritz and dryness.
D - Perhaps one of the most drinkable 10% beers I've ever had. I really enjoyed this, and probably would consume an entire 750ml bottle if I didn't know there was a monster hangover waiting at the end. I think some age might reveal some added complexity. I liked this a fair bit more than Seizoen Bretta.
06-15-2012 05:45:09 | More by MasterSki
4.24/5 rDev -4.5%
Shared at my Birthday whale tasting. I shared this one, thanks to HaveUSeenMyCellar.
Pours a light fizzy head that barely comes, hazy peach color.
Nose has some Brett funk, horsehair, light peaches, fruity but funky, canned peaches but light.
Taste starts funky, wild Brett but not super funky, nice juice, fresh canned peaches, esters and hint of phenols, grainy bready yeasty, smooth and doesn't drink like 10% at all, finish is juicy, light bitterness, peach, syrupy and sticky, light dusty oak.
Mouth is med bodied, decent carb.
Overall not bad, but not as good as I expected. Drinks well, but peaches are too light, and funk isn't as much as I expected either.
03-04-2013 19:43:03 | More by jlindros
4.44/5 rDev 0%
Thanks to John for the bottle! I love Seizoen Bretta, and I've been looking to try this one for a while.
Popped open the bottle, and found some red-brown residue around the top. No harm. Decanted into a Logsdon's cervoise. Medium amber color, slightly hazy, with a thin but well-retaining off-white head that left a few dots of lacing on the glass. Obvious peach in the nose, but I actually got more fresh saisoniness, wet grass, brett, floral notes. Crisp and clean on the palate, syrupy peach, damp wood, brett, toasted wheat, with a slight sour profile, and a finish of herbal and floral hops. Mouthfeel was crisp and complex, body was medium. Didn't taste or feel anywhere near 10%ABV, though as it warmed, a little essence of neutral alcohol came out in the taste. Great beer overall, and I'd definitely like to get some more.
Word to the wise: despite what the bottle may say, this is not a beer to be aged. Peach fades fast, so drink this fresh! Age the base beer instead.
03-29-2014 01:03:52 | More by Rifugium
Peche 'n Brett from Logsdon Farmhouse Ales
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