Victory Blackboard Series #6 – Peach Belgian Blonde With Coriander

I tried this beer when we went to The Farm and the Fisherman at their new location in Pennsylvania. I was disappointed that the food at the new location was not as good as their regular location, but it was a few weeks into them opening, so I would give them another try.

ABV: 7.5%

Style: Belgian Pale Ale

Trivia: According to the brewery website, “We’re excited to bring you the series in adventurous and unique beers –the Blackboard Series. Combining our award winning brewing techniques along side the deliciously fresh ingredients we are known for, we bring you four new rotating “special” brews available on draft, with two of them also available in bottles throughout our distribution footprint. We invite you to taste what our brewers are cooking up! Blackboard Series Release No. 06 is Peach Belgian Blonde with Coriander. Bursting with fresh peach and spice aromas, this Belgian-Style Blonde Ale features stone fruit notes with a touch of sweetness and a refreshingly dry finish.”

Random: This beer uses Pilsner, Wheat and CaraPils malts.

This beer poured with a very small, less than a finger high. It was slightly off white. The body was a cloudy orange with moderate carbonation visible. The nose was filled with peach and apricot and yeast. There was also notes of banana, coriander and black pepper. The taste had mild peach along with yeast. I picked up banana and coriander and bubble gum. There was some white sugar as well. The body was light with moderate carbonation. It had a lengthy finish with peach. I enjoyed this beer a lot and would definitely have it again.

Untappd Rating: 4.0/5.0

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