Review: The Lost Abbey Veritas Peach | Craft Beer & Brewing
The Lost Abbey Veritas Peach
97 out of 100

Style: Barrel Aged Sour

ABV: 6.5 IBU: 18

97/100
Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 19
Mouthfeel: 5

The Lost Abbey Veritas Peach

What the brewers say

“Veritas Peach, aged in French oak barrels with Masumoto peaches for more than a year, is a celebration of the stone fruit. Initial notes of freshly cut peaches and a tannic oak character lead to a charge of sour tartness that ends with a dry funky Brett finish.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Moderate peach aroma followed by barnyard funk. Light earthy hops with very light sweet malted wheat. Light lemon tartness.”

Flavor: “Subtle peach followed by lemon tartness and malty sweetness. A tiny bit of cinnamon flavor really complements the peaches. Great balance. Finishes pretty dry but still allows the sweetness of the fruit to come through.”

Overall: “This quite a good beer. The peaches come through nicely. It is well- balanced and really enjoyable. A very refreshing peach beer with just a hint of a bite in the aftertaste.”

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