Lion's Tail Innkeeper's Daughter

Brewed by Lion's Tail Brewing Company

Australian Sparkling Ale5.5% ABV30 IBU

Adelaide Sparkling Ale is a style that was developed in South Australia in the 1860's by Ann Cooper (the daughter of an Innkeeper) after tweaking a family recipe. Brewed and bottled for delivery to the doors of locals, the term "sparkling" was used to describe the difference between this ale and less carbonated cask ales, made by other local brewers and available in hotels.
Inspired by this story, our Innkeeper's Daughter is a refreshing pale amber ale that is top-fermented, displaying fruity ester aromas, a malt-driven palate, and a clean finish. Made with Australian-native "Pride of Ringwood" hops and a specialty Australian Sparkling Ale yeast strain, this is an authentic-style beer that is very rarely made by American breweries.


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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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