Review: Peach (Barrel Aged Fruited Ale) by Upland Sour Ales

Peach (Barrel Aged Fruited Ale) by Upland Sour Ales

Brewery: Upland Sour Ales
Beer Style:  Sour
ABV:  6%
IBUs: 10

Beer God’s Notes

Original Tasting Notes: My first beer from @uplandbrewco – this had a really nice Peach Biscuit or shortbread finish to it. Really unique.

This had a lot going on but ironically it felt really simple.  The sour notes were definitely there and added all kinds of characteristics.  But the overwhelming flavor that I pulled from this was a peach biscuit flavor.  My friends and I were trying to place it while we were sharing this and it came down to a peach biscuit or a peach shortbread.

Absolutely delicious first taste of Upland with Peach and I can tell you one thing… I will be back for more.  I’m excited to try all that they have to offer.


Peach is a fruited lambic-style ale, which showcases the distinct fruit characteristics of free stone peaches melded with a mildly tart base of sour ale. Gold and straw colors shine upon pouring, with zesty amounts of carbonation. Fresh peach aromas meld with floral and wine-like notes. Wonderful peach flavors follow in the taste, accompanied by refreshing tartness. Finish is dry, with mouth-watering tanginess and peach flavor. Peaches sourced from Huber’s Orchard & Winery in Borden, IN.

Author: BeerGod

Hi, I'm Brian, aka The BeerGod or Brian Beer God. I've been enjoying craft beer for years now. I love the passion and the stories behind a new beer. Meeting people and talking about craft beer is one of my favorite things. This blog and my reviews are meant to be an extension of that. Sit back, relax, and have a beer! Cheers!

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