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Searching for "Son of the Peach" beer.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by iCoachp53, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. iCoachp53

    iCoachp53 Initiate (15) Jan 20, 2013

    It's brewed by RJ Rockets in SC. Had it there and really enjoyed it. Can't find it anywhere in Northern NJ where I now live. Can anyone help me out. Thanks!
  2. GameFreac

    GameFreac Advocate (515) Georgia Apr 8, 2011 Beer Trader

    It comes out in the Spring.

    That beer smells amazing.
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  3. Peach Jolly Ranchers. Enjoyable.
  4. Circleo12

    Circleo12 Advocate (640) South Carolina Nov 12, 2012 Beer Trader

    Will be out in bottles in March. You shoulda tried Impeachment, the winter version that was heavier but still awesome. Draft only, though.
  5. RochefortChris

    RochefortChris Champion (860) North Carolina Oct 2, 2012 Beer Trader

    It's "RJ Rockers Son of a Peach." It's a local sensation where I am but I think it's a bit overrated myself though I like to have at least one a year. It is and isn't a seasonal meaning they make it whenever they feel peachy, in or out of season.......sorry for the PITiful pun...that one too.

  6. jesskidden

    jesskidden Champion (810) New Jersey Aug 10, 2005 Subscriber

    You also can't find it because it's only distributed in SC, NC, GA and TN according to their website.
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  7. I believe their website is out of date, because they are available in PA.
  8. Son of a peach smells amazing, but a tad too sweet for my taste but still enjoyable if you are only having one.
  9. sandman3479

    sandman3479 Advocate (580) Connecticut Dec 8, 2006 Beer Trader

    It's been in NY for a while now.
  10. jesskidden

    jesskidden Champion (810) New Jersey Aug 10, 2005 Subscriber

    :eek: Ha, ha - pretty funny.

    But the main point is still relevant for the OP - don't waste time and money looking for a beer in a state if you don't know it's distributed there (even when the brewery doesn't know, either).