It was too cold this weekend. We had to battle wind chills of -20! What better way to warm up than with a 9% peach flavoured fruit beer (or is it a saison?).
This thing is funky, interesting and as far as I can tell, gone from the world. I took a look around and every bar I knew that had it is out and the brewpub itself seems to be dry.
We had this beer at Landsdown Brewery on New Years Eve but made sure to have a bottle for our own proper review. I uh, wasn’t at the greatest level of sobriety to be reviewing beer that night.
Bad Grammar is not available at the LCBO and it sits at 9% ABV.
Appearance: Hard White head that fades fast. Straw coloured.
Aroma: Peaches and cream, bubblegum, juicy fruit.
Taste: Peach, very little bitterness, mango that’s overripe. Sour comes in here and a lot of funk. Reminds me of under ripe peaches.
Aftertaste: Old peaches.
Overall: Unique for sure, sour and out there.
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