Sierra Nevada Peach IPA is slated for a future Variety Pack in 2017.
The California/North Carolina based brewery has released a peach IPA recipe in the past, part of the Beer Camp Across America lineup. Next year, a new iteration of Sierra Nevada Peach IPA will rise again. As you can imagine, an American India pale ale with fresh peaches.
Who’s afraid of a little fruit in their beer? Our brewers jumped headfirst to add peach to an intensely hoppy IPA for a brew that crushes fruit beer stereotypes. That’s our Peach IPA — a real beer, crafted for the aspiring beer geek. You’re welcome.
Sierra Nevada Peach IPA will be a 12 ounce bottle release. The brewery has not yet announced this beer
Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince debuts in the Anderson, South Carolina taproom on October 29th, 2016.
A follow up to the first bottle release in June – June Princess, Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince is an American wild ale fermented with peaches.
The base beer is the brewery’s golden rye ale, femented in Chardonnay barrels with SouthYeast Labs strong ale yeast for seven months. Then the brewery added 200 pounds of peaches and aged it another two months. Finally, July Prince was dry-hopped With Hull Melon and Aramis hops.
The finished beer has a subtle acidity, juicy peach notes, and a light hop note balanced by a dry oak barrel character.
Carolina Bauernhaus July Prince is a 750 milliliter bottle offering.
Southbound Picture of Nectar is now available in 12 ounce cans. The Savannah, Georgia based brewery debuts the new packaging this week.
Elderflower and peaches escalate the flavor of Southbound Picture of Nectar, which is already big on pine and citrus flavors. Columbus, Magnum, Simcoe, Cascade and Centennial highlight the hop bill.
Before you slip into the night, you’ll want something to drink. Picture of Nectar is the perfect complex beer with a huge pine and citrus hop profile sure to satisfy your craving.
Southbound Picture of Nectar is a 12 ounce can and draft seasonal offering.
9.3% ABV, 22 IBUs
Image: Southbound Brews
Flying Dog Carolina Reaper Peach IPA is now a part of the brewery’s “Heat Series.” This hot one is notable. Especially if you love hot food.
It’s all about the Carolia Reaper pepper. You should know it by now as the world’s hottest pepper. It’s ridiculously hotter than Jalapeño. It’s hotter than Ghost Peppers. The brainchild of Puckerbutt Pepper Company’s Ed Currie.
So this isn’t just all heat (and later intestinal discomfort), the brewery added peaches.
This beer’s sweet peach and juicy hops hit you first and then the Reaper chews you up and spits you out. One to fear, for sure.
The brewery said it best when they said Flying Dog Carolina Reaper Peach IPA goes hard in the paint. That’s a hot, menacing pepper. You won’t soon forget it.
Style: IPA (w/ Carolina Reaper Peppers, Peaches)
Availability: 12oz Bottles
Debut: Mid-August, 2016
Flying Dog Brewhouse Rarities White Peach Saison has debuted, a late summer saison with peaches.
Erin and Nate from the brewery’s marketing team, mentioned the idea for this release. As a late summer release, a French-style saison would be nicely nuanced by white peaches. In case you don’t know, white or pale peach is lower in acidity, than a yellow peach, and taste sweeter.
The candy-sweet character of El Dorado hops added a modern twist to the beer, which is already high on our crushability scale.
Flying Dog Brewhouse Rarities White Peach Saison is a 12 ounce bottle and draft limited offering.
Trillium Swagger Like a Hundred Thousand Trillion, a collaboration with New York’s Other Half, debuts today. Recent collaborations with Other Half include two with Athens, Georgia’s Creature Comforts Brewery.
Trillium Swagger Like a Hundred Thousand Trillion is an India Pale Ale, aged on mango, peaches, and apricot.
Cans of the collaboration are on sale today at Trillium’s Canton, Massachusetts location starting today.
Epic Sour Brainless on Peaches is making a second appearance in Denver starting April 21st. The beer kicked off their sour program last year.
When Epic built their Denver, Colorado brewery in 2013, the sour program took a major step forward with the addition of three 60 hectoliter oak foeders (seen below). In 2014, some Brainless on Peaches casks got funked up by some errant wild yeast, and was so tasty, that Epic Sour Brainless on Peaches ended up launching the program. As of early 2016, the brewery now has 12 foeders.
In the fall of 2013, one foeder was filled with the souring bacteria, Lactobacillus, another with Brettanomyces. Scared to death of Pediococcus (aka “The Devil”), Epic filled wine casks with the Pedio and left the third foeder for blending.
The Final Blend.
Epic Sour Brainless on Peaches is a blend of the Brett and Lacto foeders, and all the Pediococcus wine casks that were blended into neutral oak white wine casks. The brewery’s new found love of Pediococcus eventually led them to finally funk up that third foeder with “The Devil”.
The 2016 blend is comprised 80% of Peaches aged 15 months, plus some aged 30 months (20% of final blend).
Epic Brainless on Peaches Batch #2 is limited to just 5000, 375 milliliter bottles.