Pêche Mel - Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl
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1.58/5 rDev -55.7%
Fort peach syrup on the nose. The mouth is not as strong as the nose might suggest. Enough alcohol to taste, slightly bitter flavor but without control and with a spicy aftertaste syrupy. Not at all easy to drink, let alone for thirst. You would think Bush amber drink with a syrup Tesseire fishing style. For fans of Bush, they find disgusting pervert the product by adding glucose fruity. For others, they will find the blend deeply missed, limited to the question of who makes decisions from Dubuisson to have been able to lay such a lousy association, association as any drinker lambda could have found a drunken evening deep mixing Bush's with everything that comes into his hand.
03-20-2011 10:32:00 | More by ThaCreep
1.83/5 rDev -48.7%
I assume this was on tap at Le Chapitre in Namur, as we didn't get a bottle like all the others we ordered.
A - The hazy golden amber color was pretty, but didn't have any head.
S - Overwhelming peach. Nothing else.
T - This is a one-two combo punch. Peach!! Sweet!! That is all this beer has, and I found it to be utterly unbalanced.
D - My partner and I drank many different beers over two weeks in Belgium. This is one of two that were left unfinished.
Also, I don't think this has any lambic as in it, as that it not claimed by Dubuisson on their website.
05-17-2010 07:38:40 | More by gxm99
2.25/5 rDev -37%
Poured into a tulip. This is a murky dark orange with a big fluffy head. It's settling down quickly, but leaving sticky lace. When it settles it leaves a nice pillow of white foam.
Not much to the aroma on this one. Just boozey peach juice with a mild bitter hop aroma. Honestly, the aroma kind of reminds me of the cough drops. Ugh, this taste like a cough drop too. It's like those viatamin C drops that are supposed to taste like orange. I don't think I'll make it through this one.
Heavier than I'd hoped. I'd rather a light fruit beer. This one is too boozey and too heavy. Overall, I want my five bucks back.
04-29-2011 02:42:39 | More by Bendurgin
2.34/5 rDev -34.5%
Pours a hazy peach color with very little clarity, a small layer of head and minimal lacing. The nose smells like artificial candied peaches/ Notes of sugar, syrup, fruit juice and caramel comes through. Smells like it is going to be sickeningly sweet. The taste is as expected, straight sugary sweetness with artificial peach highlights. Not much else to taste here. The mouthfeel is thick and mildly carbonated. This brew is a bit of a mess, it tastes artificial and the flavors are cloying. No thanks.
04-11-2013 05:23:36 | More by homebrew311
2.58/5 rDev -27.7%
Hard to objective on this one as the extreme sweet nature and character "gets in the way."
Pours a clear medium dark orange amber with a nice firm and thick white head.
Nose is full peaches. Assertive, fresh, fruity peaches with undertones of Belgian candi sugar.
Mouthfeel is thick, rich and creamy and well balanced (once you get over the flavor shock).
Flavors - here's the shock - ultra sweet; perhaps one of the sweetest of over 3,500 beers I've tried; simple sweet, not complex sweet. Front palate is all sugar and simple sweet. It goes to a cooked sweet peach, sweet compote, sweet carmel and sweet cooked banana flavor and finishes with sweet toffee and maple syrup.
Actually well made but just way too sweet to drink.
02-09-2011 01:36:16 | More by GRG1313
2.58/5 rDev -27.7%
Labeled scaldis, pours a nice brown amber with a huge head that stays throughout drinking the beer. Nose is slightly vegetal with a strong apricot (i guess the peach) that shows being underripe and sour. Also i picked up some artificial/chemical notes. Taste is of sweet fake peach fruit flavors, like a sour patch kid. Comes acrsoss almost as a fake sour as if the fruit is ment to be sour but it is really just a contrived artificial flavor. Not to drinkable and the abv is too high to pass it off to my girl. Not a very good beer.
04-07-2011 08:26:54 | More by Trilogy31
2.6/5 rDev -27.2%
Served from tap into a goblet. Poured orange with a one finger slightly off-white head that subsided to a minimal amount slowly. Maintained nice lacing throughout the glass. The aroma was comprised of sweet malt, apple juice, and prune juice. The flavor was of sweet malt, apples, grape juice, cranberries, and badly fermented apples. It had a light feel on the palate with very mild carbonation. Overall this felt like I was drinking a fruit smoothie only it wasn't as cold. Can't say that I was a big fan of this one if I'm honest. Just glad this thing didn't taste like prune juice otherwise I would have been in trouble since I left my Depends at home this day. I initially got this as a palate warmer-up for upcoming beers, but regretted doing so. Pounded my way through it and moved onto the next beer as soon as possible.
02-28-2011 13:13:30 | More by thagr81us
2.7/5 rDev -24.4%
a: pours a cloudy straw color with a full finger of off white head that settles rather fast to a thin film on top of the beer with no lacing.
s: strong peach smell with a slight medicine smell in the background.
t: rotten peach taste with something off in there as well.
m: medium body, creamy,
o: not worth it. i bought two bottles, one for me and one to send out in a trade (as an extra). now i feel bad for sending it. hope he enjoys it. the peaches are overpowering in a bad way.
09-03-2011 23:47:08 | More by match1112
United Kingdom (England)
2.73/5 rDev -23.5%
Brown 33cl bottle: best before 25 May 2012, poured into my Wetmalle chalice on Easter Sunday 2012. Deep golden or light amber, you choose the colour! On top a quickly fading wisp of white. Very slight haze to the body.
The nose as you'd expect was peachy, as was the taste: a bit too sweet for me but not as sickly as I thought it might be, the alcohol content helps to calm the fruit down a little: I almost enjoyed it.
04-09-2012 10:57:48 | More by BlackHaddock
2.8/5 rDev -21.6%
I had a twelve ounce pour of this at the Amsterdam Ale House on Manhattan's Upper West Side. Not really a great beer but worth trying once.
Poured an orange/light pink. Very frothy head.
Aroma was of peach and yeast. A little bit of bread.
Flavor was a little too fruity to detect much of anything else. Not really that great.
03-26-2012 18:50:46 | More by david18
2.93/5 rDev -17.9%
330 ml (11.2 ounce) bottle. Served in a flute, the beer pours an orange/amber color with a half inch off-white head that went away quickly. Not much lacing at all. The brew smells like sweet peaches, mostly like the syrup or juice from a fruit cocktail or canned peaches. I can also pick up some apricot and sweet malt in the aroma. Unfortunately, the peach taste isn't very sweet, and it has a weird bitter finish. And the taste got a little bit worse the longer I drank it. With that being said, it wasn't bad enough to drain pour. Mouthfeel/body is medium, it's a bit syrupy and sticky and has moderate carbonation. I didn't care much for this brew, mainly because I didn't like the taste of it. Oh well, hopefully the next beer will be better.
03-24-2011 22:13:03 | More by bluejacket74
2.93/5 rDev -17.9%
33cl bottle $4. Orange and not hazy at all, looks hood. Smell is sweet fuzzy peaches and then sugar. The taste is very much peach and candi sugar, like peach malt liquor and tripel, this is almost like peach schnapps, bleh. I'd definitely never buy this again.
10-04-2010 01:58:21 | More by ArrogantB
2.98/5 rDev -16.5%
12oz into pint, from notes
A: Hazy body, with light lacing and head. Medium level of carbonation. Hazy orange body with light white head.
S: Aroma holds a peach note, with a layer ofspice from the yeast. Medium intensity.
TM: Peach juice on the front, with a astrangient medicinal character. Esters from the yeast and a warm finish.
O: This is not really a brew I would return to, as flavors don't work well together and overall character is a bit weak. Would be nice if it had been sour.
09-07-2011 22:13:31 | More by GDBEERMAN
Pêche Mel from Brasserie Dubuisson Frères sprl
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