Located 3 miles down the road from Robie’s is White Birch Brewing, known for making a wide range of brews including of one my favorite styles of Berliner Weisse. Consisting of a 30 barrel brewhouse, White Birch brews in smalls batches, with their brewing and canning done by hand and left unfiltered for the best flavor.
Head: Thin white head forms and disappears very quickly.
Pour: Light and hazy, looks more like peach juice then beer.
Nose: Peachy from the start with a juicy background. You can smell that tartness behind the peach.
Palate: Good amount of tartness, but not overbearing. A nice balance of peach and wheat for a rounded flavor. The finish has slight acidity that brings it all together.
Overall: A good balance of peaches and sour, reminded me of a wheat beer that was mixed with peach rings. I’ve had a few other of their fruity Berliner Weisses and this is my favorite. If you’re on the fence about sours, the peach in this one makes it easy to love.
Beer Buyer Overall Rating: 3.5 Out Of 5 Pints