Peach Cream Ale from Tin Whistle Brewing Company

Still mired in the summer fruit vibe and fresh back from berry picking I cracked this bottle of peach cream ale.  First thought this beer is light…light in colour and light in flavour.  It is pale coloured ale, bubbly but with very little head.  The ale is very clean to drink almost to the point of being too watery for my liking.  The peach is very subtle but present however I am not sure the cream portion ever came through as a taste element.  At the same time I am not even sure the ale taste really came through.   It was quite middle of the road for me kind of a set my mind on auto pilot can drink this with anything kind of beer.  I love to drink local but I do not think I would go out of my way to try this again.  If this beer was a song it would be one of those catchy summer pop numbers that enjoys a brief moment in the sun only if you do not look to closely at the lyrics or the lip syncing – anyone remember that Summer Girls song by LFO…lol.

Out of a possible five I would give this beer a 3.5


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