Apache Rose Peacock 4.2% A.B.V


Premium Bitter

As the evenings get lighter, so does the beer. A soft refreshing bitter with American Cluster hops to wake up your taste buds. Initial summer fruit flavours recede to hints of blackcurrant with a gentle bitterness, a name so unusual you’ve just got to try the beer!

Available July.

Contains wheat and barley gluten


Reviews

On cask at JWD Victoria Station. Appearance: Amber orange, small off white head. Aroma: grassy, a twist of lemon too. Quite unremarkable. Flavour: lots and lots of fresh cut grass, quite a decent amount of bitter hops too with a long bitter grassy finish.
Garthicus, Dublin • 17th February 2014

Cask (Guide Dog, Southampton) - Amber/copper coloured. Fruity aroma with raisins, caramel and a hint of spicy malt. Fruity, malty and grainy taste with some hoppy hints.
Matty, Sweden • 9th September 2009

Cask (Guide Dog, Southampton) - Amber/copper coloured. Fruity aroma with raisins, caramel and a hint of spicy malt. Fruity, malty and grainy taste with some hoppy hints.
Matty, Sweden • 9th September 2009

Cask at the Monks Retreat (JDW), Reading. Golden coloured with a dense off-white head; peach aroma; light and fruity with apricot and peach flavours and soft and sweet mouth feel; sustained, gently bitter finish. Very drinkable.
John, Bracknell • 25th June 2009

Tasting notes from 2002 Harbury Beer Festival. Rich copper and cloudy. Fruit, mild hops and malt aromas...very pleasant. Great balance of malt and hops. Excellent session beer and fun to drink.
K, Illinois, USA • 27th July 2007


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