The beer pours a gleaming light copper, or dark honey golden with orange tint, you pick. There is a tall, thick, foamy head that is white to off-white. The aroma is tangy, soft peach, both sweet and tart, like a peach sweet baked good. There is also some earthy yeastiness and peach skin. The taste is big, yet subtle, lots of citrus and melon, and then a nice hit of soft peach, fruity, then tangy, then earthy, then bitter. The finish is quite bitter, dry, with a yeasty tang. The beer has a fine and intense carbonation, typical of its bottle-conditioned style. It drinks soft and smooth. This is not one of those peach beers that hits you over the head with its peaches, more like a tangy peach pastry, but not a super sweet one. The peach taste grows as you drink it.