Lost Abbey Madonna And Child Tequila Barrel-Aged Sour Coming To Bottles

22 September 2016

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Today you get your first look at a new bottle coming from Lost Abbey.  This is Madonna And Child and it is a Tequila barrel-aged sour with lime and salt.  This “incredibly expressive extroverted child with a sour disposition” will hit 11.25%-AbV and you’re looking at the 12.7oz bottle.  Stay tuned here for release details.
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This update from Lost Abbey:

Madonna and Child hits our tasting rooms Friday (9/23)! The Lost Abbey's first Tequila barrel-aged sour! Cheers!

San Marcos, CASince 2006, The Lost Abbey has been experimenting with its Oak Aging Program, using barrels from across the spectrum of sprits, and now they will be releasing their second Tequila barrel-aged beer, Madonna and Child.


A dark sour ale with Lime and Salt, Madonna and Child was inspired by Southern California’s love for Margaritas.

Intense citrus aroma with just a hint of sweetness, Madonna and Child begins with a refreshing lime tartness, balanced with some dark sugar and ending with a splash of salt and some spice from the tequila.

“The blending process for Madonna and Child was an adventure in itself,” said Tomme Arthur, COO and Co-Founder of The Lost Abbey. “We really wanted to capture the essence of properly crafted Margarita which proved to be a nice challenge for our crew”.

Madonna and Child will be available throughout The Lost Abbey distribution network in the coming week

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