Beer Review: PEAK ORGANIC FALL SUMMIT ALE

Beer Review: PEAK ORGANIC FALL SUMMIT ALE

The beer presents itself with a translucent auburn hue, crowned by a creamy layer of white, poured into a pint glass from a 12 oz. bottle.

Aroma

Upon taking a whiff, the dominant notes are a concoction of brown sugar, maple sugar, along with hints of ginger and cinnamon.

Taste

Moving on to the taste, the flavor profile is characterized by a combination of toasty notes and the sweetness of maple sugar.

Mouthfeel

In terms of mouthfeel, it leans towards the thinner side with modest carbonation, providing a rather restrained drinking experience.

Overall

Regrettably, the Peak Organic Fall Summit Ale falls short of leaving a lasting impression. While the aromas and flavors attempt to dance with the high alphas of Summit hops, the execution lacks the finesse expected from a noteworthy brew. The thin mouthfeel, coupled with a taste that fails to stand out, results in an experience that is, at best, mediocre. This ale, unfortunately, fails to secure a spot on the list of beverages worth revisiting, lacking the distinctiveness that would make it a desirable choice for future purchases.