I am very lucky to work just four blocks away from Bailey’s Taproom, just one of the many tools in the kit that keep my lips wrapped around a new beer every day. Bailey’s always has a great selection of rotating taps, and the list seems like a total refresh every time I walk in the door. As to this beer, I think bars are a great place to sample Dogfish Head beers. I’ve had some real winners from the brewery (90-minute IPA) but also a few misses (Red & White). And unfortunately with Dogfish Head, the misses tend to be expensive. This was no miss, however. I would absolutely drink this again, and if it came in 6-packs, wouldn’t hesitate to bring one to a summer party. Wait, it comes in six-packs? Now all I need is summer … and a party.
Beer Name: Festina Peche
Brewer: Dogfish Head Brewing
Sampled: April 15, 2010
Notes: This would be an excellent summer beer. Nice crisp finish and a hint of peach but not overpowering like Lindemann’s. Very tasty.
Serving Type: Draft.