Peaches & Cream - Short's Brewing Company
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3.59/5 rDev -6.8%
120z bottle into a tulip glass
A- Golden orange, fresh peach color. Medium size cream colored head that took several minutes to dissipate
S- Sweet fresh peach is the dominate aroma with the alcohol coming through. Slight Belgian spice.
T- Sweet natural peach flavor with not too much of the alcohol coming through. A bit too sweet.
M- Creamy lactose, thick viscosity and clean on the palate. Pretty easy drinking for the ABV. Probably the best aspect of the beer.
O- Pleasantly surprised at how fresh the peach taste is. A bit too sugary sweet but appreciate the refresh fruit flavor that I don't always get from fruit beers, be it Belgian or otherwise. Peaches are one of my favorite fruits and of the peach beers I've had, are one of my favorite fruits to put in beer. In fact, stone fruits in general seem to work well in beer. Had a few plum and apricot beers that were pretty good. One of the better more memorable Short's beers I've had and glad I picked it up.
09-16-2013 21:50:52 | More by PaulyB83
3.85/5 rDev 0%
Appearance: a orangish brown color. almost no head but a tiny bit of tannish foam. moderate clarity
Smell: very sweet and close to too sweet.sugary and peachy sweetness
Taste: slightly artificial peaches, milk sugar. touch of alcohol that doesn't blend perfectly
Mouthfeel: heavy and a touch on the alcohol warm side.
Overall: another solid high gravity fruit from shorts. not perfect or the best but a nice unique and good beer
09-11-2013 00:41:07 | More by SportsandJorts
3.9/5 rDev +1.3%
Bottled 8/14/13. Poured into a Sam Adams Perfect Pint.
Appearance: A slightly hazed orange/peach color. Two and a half fingers of a rich, creamy off-white head. Lacing is pretty good at the start, but then disappears. Not too shabby.
Smell: Faint. It's not as face walloping as I was expecting. Sweet peaches and cream, with maybe a slight spice character.
Taste/feel: Silky as all hell. That's the first thing I notice. Unbelievable smooth drinking beer... like peach fuzz on your tongue. But... in liquid form. And... not unpleasant. Peach is obviously there, with a creamy milk sweetness. Coats the tongue nicely. Aftertaste is peach with a slight spice, and a very, VERY slight alcohol flavor and warmth. It's hard to believe this is about 9%. I could sip on this all day if it weren't so sweet. Truthfully, probably the sweetest beer I've ever had. I'm not shocked at all by that fact, as it's what I figured. A 12oz bottle is almost too much for me to handle due to its sweetness, but this beer does what it wants to do, and does it well. As silky as the mouthfeel is, and as sweet as the beer is, I don't ever find that it becomes cloying in a syrupy way -- it just has a huge amount of sweetness.
An awesome dessert beer, but it's a specialty beer and a limited release for a reason, I think. I'm glad I didn't buy a six-pack, but instead got two singles. A very tasty beer, but not one I could have often. Get your hands on this, especially if you have a sweet tooth -- I tend to not generally care much for sweets.
UPDATE 9/22/13: Having just aged this beer a month, the sweetness has toned down quite a lot, making this an easier-to-drink beer. It's still very sweet, but it's mellowed out very nicely. Changing my taste rating from 3.75 to a 4.
08-30-2013 23:14:43 | More by Alextricity
Peaches & Cream from Short's Brewing Company
86 out of 100 based on 263 ratings.