Flying Fish Puckerfish

Flying Fish Puckerfish

Rated 3.150 by BeerPals
No Image Available

Brewed by Flying Fish Brewing Company

Cherry Hill, NJ, United States

Style:  Flanders Red

6.5% Alcohol by Volume

Availability of this beer is unknown

Sign Up to Participate:

No beer description available, which means BeerPal needs your help to write one. Why not check out the brewer's website and see what you can learn?

ID: 32985 Last updated 13 years ago Added to database 15 years ago

Key Stats








0 Member Photos

No photos yet. Show us yours!

Sign up to share your photos


Most noted beer attributes

None to date - be the first! Beeributes help BeerPal predict what beers you'll love.

Sign up to participate


Overall Rank28445
Overall Percentile46.8
Style Rank78 of 98
Style Percentile20.4
Lowest Score3.6
Highest Score3.6
Average Score3.600
Weighted Score3.150
Standard Deviation0.000

Rating Distribution

Not enough reviews for this chart

Beer vs Style

1 Member Reviews

Recent | Card View | Table View
  • SAP 999 reviews
    rated 3.6 15 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 6

    Sampled GABF 2008
    This beer has a full amber color to it and is fairly hazy. It is topped by a thin, light tan colored head. There seems to be lots of Bourbon-like aromatics in the aroma with notes of vanillin, a big coconut component, hot alcohol and lots of solvent-like notes. The solvent character actually seems a bit sweet some how at times and it mixes with and / or causes a fruitiness that seems to lurk underneath the other aromatic components.

    The beer is sweet tasting up front, but it finishes with a massive solvent character that is a mix of acetone and paint thinner. There is some acetic-acid sourness to this beer up front that is quite nice and becomes more noticeable as my palate gets used to the aggressive solvent character (unfortunately the solvent notes never disappear though). The solvent does bring out some Bourbon like notes in the flavor as well. This is just weird. Did this beer ever come near a barrel, much less a Bourbon barrel? I can't actually tell in the end as these notes might just be a phantom of the aggressive solvent character. This is actually so interesting that it even makes it enjoyable and somewhat contemplative. Can't say I would want this particular batch again, but it was certainly a fun thing to try.

Discuss This Beer