The time has arrived, quite earlier than you expected. A Nouveau approach is being embraced this year and beyond. In years past, we allowed our peach harvest beer to stew in bottles for the Winter and emerge in the Spring. As we have come to admire most, the freshness of the fruit is best accentuated early in aging, and thus we have fostered a shortened bottle conditioning process to get it in front of you in its youthful glow. The continuation of our wildest dreams and most simple desires, this classic Golden Ale is made with NC barley and wheat from Riverbend Malt before aging in our Brunello Foudre. We then go through a second round of aging in neutral wine barrels before resting this sour ale upon almost 3 pounds per gallon of fresh Carolina peaches. The resulting fluid is bright chenin blanc, white peach slices, gooseberry pulp and pear juice.