Best Peach Beers/Sours?

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  1. jayluf

    jayluf Initiate (0) Mar 26, 2014 District of Columbia

    Pechish Woods
  2. Smakawhat

    Smakawhat Poo-Bah (8,303) Mar 18, 2008 Maryland


    gotta have them all right? Some of those are no doubt more easier to acquire than others and can vary to style. Much of what has already been mentioned have been good starting points, but that list has many others.
  3. Casey3236

    Casey3236 Defender (655) Sep 14, 2012 Pennsylvania

    I found RJ Rockers Peachy King to be much "peachier" than Son of a Peach
  4. Lionhawk

    Lionhawk Aspirant (220) Nov 14, 2012 Iowa

    Wait till August and you can add New Glarus to the top of this list.
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  5. RobinLee

    RobinLee Zealot (555) Feb 15, 2012 Wisconsin

    What are they making?
  6. BlumBeer

    BlumBeer Initiate (0) May 17, 2012 Florida

    Cigar City Peach White Oak
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  7. Kurmaraja

    Kurmaraja Poo-Bah (2,817) May 21, 2013 California
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    In addition to the afforementioned greats - pech n brett, fuzzy, fantasia - I'd throw in Rum Barrel aged La Tache with White Peaches. Yeah, there were only 200 some bottles of it, so it's not going to be easy to get, but it was pretty fabulous.
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  8. Shmeal

    Shmeal Initiate (0) Nov 9, 2009 Oregon

    Shoot, forgot about that one.
  9. TheeWalrusHunter

    TheeWalrusHunter Initiate (194) Aug 23, 2013 Oregon

    I was pretty impressed with block 15 Fuzzy Wuzzy last night, but I think my nod goes to Peche n Brett
  10. DrunkenMonk

    DrunkenMonk Initiate (0) Jun 2, 2012 California

    I've only had two peach beers to date and I liked them both. DFH Festina Peche is a bit tart, but oh, so good! And Lindemans Peche is good, but Very sweet, like a desert beer or cider.
  11. jroberts8811

    jroberts8811 Initiate (0) Jan 19, 2013 Missouri

    Odell Tree Shaker is fine. Also blends very well with an All Day IPA...makes it strech all day/nite long...
  12. JuicesFlowing

    JuicesFlowing Initiate (0) Jul 5, 2009 Kansas

    Crown Valley peachie wheat
  13. SaCkErZ9

    SaCkErZ9 Poo-Bah (2,620) Feb 27, 2005 South Carolina
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    Son of a Peach is the best I have had too.
  14. Lionhawk

    Lionhawk Aspirant (220) Nov 14, 2012 Iowa

    R&D this year is peach something. Haven't heard exactly what, but they have given that much of a hint on the hard hat tours.
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  15. utfiero

    utfiero Initiate (0) Dec 20, 2013 Texas

    Lindeman's Peach Lambic is a bit sweet but very peachy.
  16. jbaker67

    jbaker67 Meyvn (1,290) Jul 1, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    I am pretty sure it available in PA. If you are having issues finding it please bm me. I will send you some.
  17. sukwonee

    sukwonee Initiate (0) Dec 13, 2011 Washington

    Did it really take 4 replies to get to the answer?

    Get with the program y'all. It's Peche N Brett.
  18. Somel3uddy

    Somel3uddy Initiate (0) Nov 21, 2013 California

    Well since i don't think anybody else has said it, Dogfish Peche is my all-time favorite fruit beer, and it happens to be peach!
  19. alk3kenny

    alk3kenny Initiate (0) Oct 21, 2004 Georgia

    another vote for festina peche here if you want sweeter son of a peach is pretty good
  20. DrStiffington

    DrStiffington Poo-Bah (1,798) Oct 27, 2010 New Jersey

    I liked it too. I thought it was better than the rating here.
  21. TheBrewo

    TheBrewo Initiate (0) Nov 11, 2010 New York

    I'll second Peaches and Cream, but it is a bit syrupy and cloying.
  22. Shaunbkgb

    Shaunbkgb Initiate (0) Sep 9, 2013 Florida

    Scaldis Peche Mel
  23. RobinLee

    RobinLee Zealot (555) Feb 15, 2012 Wisconsin

    Awwww yisss.

    Are the R&Ds brewery only?
  24. The_Craft_Deviant_Rob

    The_Craft_Deviant_Rob Initiate (0) Feb 14, 2014 New Jersey

    Kane - Verger de peche at the brewery this passed weekend was phenomenal

    I also have always been a Terrapin maggies farmhouse peach
  25. thewrongtone

    thewrongtone Initiate (120) Oct 15, 2006 Arkansas

    Freetail Peche'cus is pretty dang awesome.

    Jester King just put local fresh peaches into Das Uberkind to referment. So, that will most likely be great.
  26. bmoosey

    bmoosey Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2014 Ohio

    Bought a 12 of this last summer, and couldn't drink a single beer out of the box. Every beer was extremely carbonated and would completely "fix" out of the bottle. It wouldn't stop. At first, I thought it could be because the bottle was shaken or something? I let it sit for a few days, and got the same results. Drained poured the entire 12. Really disappointing because I was traveling through SC and was excited to try it.
  27. sonsofauerbach

    sonsofauerbach Initiate (184) Sep 30, 2013 Vermont

    Peche'cus > Peche n' Brett

    In my opinion anyways.
  28. hhkal17

    hhkal17 Meyvn (1,351) Jul 10, 2005 Pennsylvania

    Peach Jai Alai came up from Cigar City right?
  29. orlandomag

    orlandomag Initiate (0) Aug 22, 2010 Florida

    Years ago I had some Cask Humidor that was treated with Peach. To this day it is still the best thing I have had from them.

    As far as readily available beers go, it's hard to pass up a Maggie's Peach Farmhouse Saison from Terrapin when I see it on draft.

    The Tree Shaker from Odell last year was very good as well.
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  30. BlackHoleBrew42

    BlackHoleBrew42 Initiate (0) May 21, 2008 Colorado

    Crooked Stave Persica
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  31. Jared14

    Jared14 Initiate (0) Apr 1, 2014 Missouri

    My top 3 are Fuzzy, DFH festina peche, and Perennial Peach Berliner Weisse.
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  32. Camjmorton

    Camjmorton Disciple (347) Jun 4, 2013 Virginia

    I went to the DFH brewery last Fourth of July, for the first time ever going there, and luckily ran into Sam Calagione coming in with a crate of bottles. He gave a speech at the bar about trying out the first ever "Vintage Thursdays," and had a few beers they had been sitting on for a really long time. One of the bottles was an '04 Festina Lente. Needless to say, it was one of the coolest beer experiences I've ever had, and was a damn good/DAMN sour beer.
  33. Camjmorton

    Camjmorton Disciple (347) Jun 4, 2013 Virginia

    If anyone comes to Arizona and wants a good refresher for the desert heat, Four Peaks Peach Ale is a very solid option
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  34. DanV

    DanV Initiate (0) May 2, 2010 Missouri

    Gotta go with side project fuzzy
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  35. kingston2

    kingston2 Disciple (376) Sep 14, 2008 Pennsylvania

    I'll second this. Had one last night with dinner. Tremendous!!
  36. SpaceEurope

    SpaceEurope Initiate (0) Dec 26, 2012 New Jersey

    Kane Verger de Peche
  37. LehighAce06

    LehighAce06 Champion (828) Jul 31, 2010 Pennsylvania

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  38. Janetwillson

    Janetwillson Initiate (0) May 28, 2014 Alabama

  39. alwaysthirsty

    alwaysthirsty Initiate (99) Jun 8, 2005 New York

    I had Scaldis Peche Mel on draft last night at my favorite Belgian restaurant last night. Blew me away! Wife even liked it. 8.5% of Belgian peachy goodness.
  40. somenerd

    somenerd Initiate (141) Jan 16, 2009 Massachusetts

    +1 here for Festina PĂȘche, though I'll also add Bar Harbor Brewing (before they sold out to Atlantic Brewing) used to make "Bar Harbor Peach Ale", which (combined with Thunder Hole Ale & Cadillac Mtn. Stout) was one of my gateway craft beers.
    I *seriously* wish they would bring that beer out of retirement!
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