‘Tis the season for fresh, ripe peaches. If you can't get enough stone fruit (or sour ales), this is the perfect beer for you. With lovely peach and nectarine aromas, this barrel-aged sour from Washington's Klickitat Valley offers something tart and refreshing with just a touch of funk.
Founded and operated by Justin & Jocelyn Leigh, Dwinell Country Ales specializes in creating rustic, farmhouse inspired by those of Wallonia. They use traditional methodologies to craft beers, ciders, and wines that showcase seasonality and a sense of place. This Wild Peach Farmhouse ale is brewed with locally-grown barley, wheat, and rye with a blend of Norwegian farmhouse ale yeast strains. After aging on its own sediment for nearly a year, this beer undertook a secondary fermentation alongside Sweet Henry peaches grown by Gunkel Orchards in Maryhill, WA. This beer is unpasteurized, unfiltered, and naturally conditioned in the bottle.