Brouwerij 3 Fonteinen Perzik Geel (Season 18|19) Blend No. 25 - Red Heaven

Perzik Geel (Season 18|19) Blend No. 25 - Red Heaven


Brouwerij 3 Fonteinen in Lot, Flemish Brabant, Belgium 🇧🇪

Lambic Style - Fruit Special
ABV: 6.3% IBU: - Ticks: 15
Assemblage n° 25 - seizoen 18|19

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Appearance - 6 | Aroma - 10 | Flavor - 9 | Texture - 8 | Overall - 9.5

Bottle at FOFA. Pours golden with no head. The aroma is strong peach flesh, lemon zest, floral, and oak. Thin body, tart peach, lemon, oak, funk, light acidity, enjoyed this.

Tried from Bottle on 02 Nov 2021 at 06:43


Great! Very peachy... Bit too sour for me.

Tried from Bottle on 21 May 2021 at 21:50

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 9 | Flavor - 8.5 | Texture - 9 | Overall - 8

Hazy golden with white head. Sour grain, massive peach, ripe and fleshy, lovely sweet and sour. Peach on 3F funk. Tasty, salty, minerals. Lovely stuff.

Tried from Bottle on 18 Dec 2020 at 22:15


Mahlane, virsik, ploom, virsiku lehed, magusust, hapet ja happelisust. Väga hea. 4.1.

Tried from Bottle on 04 Dec 2020 at 20:14

Appearance - 6 | Aroma - 8 | Flavor - 6 | Texture - 6 | Overall - 6.5

Sampled at Borefts Pre-Tasting 2019. A bit unclear yellow color, no head. Aroma is soft peach mainly. Flavor is more sour, lightly sharp, dry sharp a bit. Hmm ok, prefer the 'wit' though.

Tried on 21 Dec 2019 at 20:58

Appearance - 8 | Aroma - 10 | Flavor - 10 | Texture - 10 | Overall - 9

The only one of the four recently released peach lambics by 3 Fonteinen that has been made with yellow peaches instead of white ones; bottle bought at Lambik-O-Droom (part of the pack they released especially for their Open Beer Days), shared with Goedele. Loose and snow white, bubbly and quickly thinning, eventually completely dissolving head, hazy peach (sic) blonde robe with pale orangey and vaguely pinkish tinges. Aroma of very strong sweet ripe yellow peaches indeed but very fresh (not ‘canned’ or jam-like), yellow raspberry aspect too, fresh lemon peel, unsugared fruit yoghurt, funky horseblanket note but subtle and fitting in well, hints of grass silage, dry hay, green pear, plum peel, lime, old straw bales. Crisp, estery onset, dry from the start with a lemony, slightly puckering acidity at its edges but not too sharply so, tempered a bit by an inherently sweet fructose ‘core’ from the yellow peach; medium strong, lambrusco-like carbonation, wheaty-bready base turned bone dry by the sourness, lactic but predominantly peachy-fruit-acidic, even a tad astringent in the end with a stonefruit peel aspect (which is actually part of this beer as well, of course – yet no ‘wry’ peach kernel astringency and indeed the peaches seem to have been de-stoned before use). Grass silage, old dry citrus peel and haystack aspects add complexity in the finish but it is that utterly generous peach sweet-and-sourness that keeps shining brightly till the very last drop. Quenching, complex ending with some Bretty notes – this to me is at least one of the brightest peach lambics I ever had, and that includes its Spelingen van het Lot predecessors. An absolute lambic master piece like only 3 Fonteinen can make it.

Tried from Bottle on 05 Nov 2019 at 11:09


Megaowocowy, niemalo slodyczy jeszcze, dzikosc odczuwalna ale nienarzucajaca sie, nie ma zadnej jebanej nafty o ktorej niektorzy bzdurey gadaja. Duza klasa puwi, poleczka Fou Foune

Tried at Mikkeller Bar Warsaw on 31 Oct 2019 at 19:24

Appearance - 9 | Aroma - 9 | Flavor - 9 | Texture - 9 | Overall - 8

Pours unclear blonde, small white head. Smell is full, fruity, tad mineral. Taste is full, sharp, acidic, fruity, intense. Nice body, medium carbo.

Tried on 07 Oct 2019 at 00:07