Jester King Introduces Provenance Lemon & Lime

Jester King Introduces Provenance Lemon & LimeFrom Jester King:

This Friday, we will be releasing Batch 5 of Provenance Lemon & Lime. Used in this beer were 150 pounds of Texas Valley lemons from Hernandez Farms in Weslaco, TX and 150 pounds of limes from G and S Groves in McAllen, TX. The zest and juice were added during primary fermentation and allowed to ferment in our stainless steel tanks with our mixed culture of yeast and bacteria. We find that the vibrant flavors of the lemon and lime create an uplifting beer perfect for summertime.
Provenance Lemon Lime will be released at Jester King on Friday, April 6th at 4pm. It was brewed on January 31st and February 1st, 2018 and packaged on March 13th and 14th, 2018. It is 5.6% alcohol by volume, 34.5 IBU, 3.95 pH, and 1.003 specific gravity. It will be available by the glass and in bottles to go (750ml/$13). We anticipate distribution of this beer.
Jester King Introduces Provenance Lemon & Lime

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