Jester King Adding New Queen’s Order Farmhouse Ale With Guajillo Honey & Lemon

10 May 2017

imageGood morning Texas…here’s your very first look at a new bottle coming from Jester King.   This is Queen’s Order and it is a farmhouse ale that is brewed with Guajillo Honey (collected by Koch Ranches in the Texas hill country) and Ujukitsu lemons grown at River’s End Nursery in the Rio Grande Valley.  This beer pays tribute to the worker bees who spend their days following the Queen bee’s orders and the beer hits 4%-AbV.  This is the 750ml bottle and stay tuned here for release details.

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