Marius (Peach) - Forest & Main Brewing Company
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3.83/5 rDev +1.9%
375 mL bottle poured into a snifter. Bottle # 79 of 432.
Appearance - Very clear pale orange. Tiny fleeting head. Big bubbles cling to the inside of the glass. Thin collar.
Smell - Peachy stone fruit. Estery. Mild acidity. Grainy malt.
Taste - Pleasantly tart. Peaches. Grainy wheat malt. Sourness builds up.
Mouthfeel - Light and nicely sour. Medium carbonation. Very drinkable.
Overall - Tasty, but not very complex.
03-17-2014 23:16:55 | More by Alieniloquium
3.29/5 rDev -12.5%
Thanks to Ray for the share. I missed this bottle release, and after seeing the total sh*tshow that it was, I'm pretty glad I did.
Orange-amber color, slightly amber, with a small bubbly head that disappeared pretty quickly; minimal lacing. Peach and white wine in the aroma, sweet pale malts. Taste was sweet with wildflower honey and peach essence, quite buttery, as in off-flavored buttery, oak, toasted wheat and sourdough. Not really tart at all. Light-medium body, low carb, smooth mouthfeel, but just kind of messy and off overall. A rare "miss" in that F&M's bottle are typically quite good, and sometimes downright great. Kind of sucks for the people that stood in that ridiculous line if all the bottles are like this, but then again, no one said they had to stand in line. heh
06-10-2014 23:50:42 | More by Rifugium
District of Columbia
3.68/5 rDev -2.1%
375 mL peach color wax dipped bottle. Bottled Dec 7 2013, 66 of 432.
Pours a still dark, hazy deep golden color with a fleeting, clear bubbly head. No lace or retention. Very fruity, wine barrel heavy nose. Peach, vanilla, white wine, honey and light lemon. Flavor has hints of the syrupy peach, white wine spritzer notes of nose at the start before a strong white grape, lemon sourness takes over finishing with a bready/sourdough yeast finish. Brett hasn't done much yet. Thick bodied with "gentle" carbonation, near still. Well, had high hopes for this and was let down with it fresh. However, based on the nose and previous experience with Forest bottles (Dec 12 batch of Solaire Reserve had same heavy bready yeast thing going on fresh and after a few months cleaned up nicely into a lovely dry, crisp saison) I expect this still might turn out to be something nice. Will revisit.
edit: Plum bottle I tried was fine and had no issues. Take this review with a grain of salt. Stupid bottle variation
02-02-2014 00:57:57 | More by yourefragile
Marius (Peach) from Forest & Main Brewing Company
85 out of 100 based on 33 ratings.