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Peche Mel

FRUIT BEER 7.5% ABV

  Spiced/Flavored (peach)

  Belgian Family Owned

Scaldis Peche Mel

Incredibly delicious... Just enough bitter and sour to match the sweet fruit.  Excellent match of fruit and ale.  Deee-licious.  Mmmmm meets yum.

FORMATS

Case, 24 x 33 cl (11.2 fl oz)
Keg, 20 liter

Named one of the top 10 summer beers.

Gayot.com

What do you get when you brew a slightly lighter version of classic Scaldis and add peach juice? A deliciously drinkable beer with a heady aroma of peach, a well-balanced malt character, and a surprisingly dry finish. Based on a favorite drink made by students that combined peach Lambic and classic Scaldis, Pêche Mel redefines what a beer with fruit can taste like. Even if you are not crazy about fruit beer, try it. We think you will appreciate what the Dubuisson has done.

A fruit beer with big taste and out of this world peach aroma. Pêche Mel’s Dubuisson signature yeast gives it a peppery kick and keeps it from being too sweet. A unique beer that pours a deep russet color and forms an absolutely gorgeous rocky head. Think of it as the moscato of the beer world.

Great chefs! Great ideas!

Toronto Beer Bistro chef: with old cheddar, multigrain toast and honeycomb at Monk’s Café during Philly Beer Week

Chef Brian Huston and cicerone Michael McAvena of The Publican: wild rice pork potée

Abe Conlon: chicken & waffles (sourdough scallion waffle), foie gras butter, 70° quail egg, rhubarb peach compote, buttermilk chicken and rich bacon jus

Koren Grieveson of Avec: tarentaise cow’s milk with agave orange marmalade, Werp Farms mustard greens and hazelnut

More Praise

Peche Mel took Gold in the World Beer Championships in the Fruit Beer Category:


RATING: 91 points (Exceptional)
WORLD BEER CHAMPIONSHIPS AWARD: Gold Medal

“Bright amber color. Vibrant peach cider, pastry and yogurt aromas with a rich, frothy, fruity medium-full body and a long, tangy peach phosphate, honey, and citrus marmalade on cinnamon raisin toast finish. Delicious and crowd pleasing.”