Skeleton Key has a new one dropping tonight (Wednesday, 11/6). If you like Clementine oranges, you’re going to love this beer.
Pennyfeather is the name of their newest offering, which is a wheat ale with Clementine. Check out the orange color on this one! It weighs in a 5.2% ABV, lightly sweet with citrusy notes.
So, what does Pennyfeather mean? I asked my trusty friend, Google.
- Paul Pennyfeather is the subject of “Decline and Fall,” a show on BBC One.
- According to HouseOfNames.com, Pennyfeather is derived from the Old English words “penig,” which means “penny,” and “fæder,” which means “father.” The surname was actually a nickname for someone who was uncompromisingly frugal.
If you want to know the reason why SKB named the beer Pennyfeather, you’re going to have to ask them!
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