Review: Lone Tree Peach Pale | Craft Beer & Brewing
Lone Tree Peach Pale
94 out of 100

Style: Pale Ale

ABV: 5.7 IBU: 40

94/100
Aroma: 12
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 19
Mouthfeel: 4

Lone Tree Peach Pale

What the brewers say

“Our in-house pale-ale recipe brewed with real peaches. Subtle fruit flavor complements the Cascade, CTZ, and Simcoe hops additions.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Strong peach aroma (that at times seems artificial because of its intensity) with hints of apricot, orange, and blueberry. Malt lives in the background, supporting all the hop notes with a light pale-grain aroma.”

Flavor: “The peach tastes as much like it is baked as it is fresh. This plays well off of the honey and lightly toasted malt notes. It’s light bodied, with medium carbonation and well-balanced. Finishes dry with lingering peach and a touch of bitterness and acidity.”

Overall: “Nicely done. Love the complexity that the peach brings and how it interacts with both the toasted malt and the hop bill. The fruit flavor is a good level without going over the top. It’s tough to capture peach flavors without excessive sweetness, but this brewer succeeded.”

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