Tin Whistle Brewing Co. – Peach Cream Ale

Tin Whistle Brewing Co. – Peach Cream Ale

Rating

3.5 out of 5
Aroma
3.6 out of 5
Appearance
3.7 out of 5
Taste
3.6 out of 5
Palate

Total

3.6
3.6 out of 5

Overview

Tin Whistle Brewing Co. – Peach Cream Ale Review

Another Okanagan fruit inspired beer comes from the Tin Whistle Brewing Company in the form of a Peach Cream Ale. This Penticton brewed beer uses local fruit giving a taste of the South Okanagan in a BC brew. The beer pours from the bottle a light, golden colour with a thin finger of head which settles quickly and without a trace. This Peach-infused beer smells sweet with strong peach tones in a nearly cider-like manner. Malt notes make up the base with little to no signs of hops in the nose. The flavour kicks off with a sweet, peach jam like flavour which mellows slowly. As the sweetness subsides Peach notes remain and allow for apricot flavours and a smooth malt to emerge. This beer is big on fruit and rather sweet – if that is your thing then give this summer brew a try!

Alcohol – 5.0%
Size –650ml bottle
Price – $6.70 (Cold Beer and Wine)
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Tin Whistle Brewing Peach Cream Ale Review

Tin Whistle Brewing Peach Cream Ale Review

Tin Whistle Brewing Peach Cream Ale ReviewTin Whistle Brewing Peach Cream Ale Review

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