Events happening at Burial Beer Company, located on Asheville’s up and coming south slope. Burial offers a wide variety of micro brewed craft beverages, and the Salt & Smoke kitchen offers patrons a hearty menu.
Ceremonial Session IPA Featuring Australian Summer Hops Can Release
Monday, July 11th
Brewed with a different hop focus each time this session IPA is carved from Pilsner, flaked barley, wheat and oats and is saddled with a new hop vision quest each time it is canned. This batch hones in on Australian Summer hops fermented with a special house yeast that yields a robust dry-hop yielding aromas of melon and stone fruit.
|4% | 1.032| 35 | Blonde
Second Moonlit Art Market
Thursday, July 14th
This moonlit, summer celebration of local artists and their work is inspired by the late night street markets that occur nightly in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Featuring a different group of artist every market, these Moonlit nights show the diversity and talent of our community and will be hosted at Burial Beer Co. second Thursdays, June-October from 8-11pm.
Enjoy the taproom an hour longer than usual, dine on food from Salt & Smoke kitchen, listen to live music, and support our community of talented artists.
Weekly Beer Releases:
Monday, July 4th
Billows Hoppy Kolsch – Brewed with Pilsner and Flaked Wheat, and fermented with Kolsch ale yeast this essential beer is dry-hopped with an abundance of Mandarina Bavaria and Centennial. It is our smoke signal to all brewers, our brethren in craft, and all who enjoy a light quaffable ale with hearty aroma: this is your beer.
|4.9% | 1.045| 25 | Blonde
Wednesday, July 6th
The Forge: Staff Series – Double Red Ale with Papaya and Passion Fruit – The tenth iteration of our small batch staff series was brewed by, the one and only, “General” Travis Floan. A Double Red Ale base creates a malty backbone comprised of Pale, Munich, and Crystal malts, which was then hopped intensely with Citra and Cashmere, and conditioned on one pound per gallon of Papaya and Passion fruit.
|7.5% | 1.073| 75 | Red
Friday, July 8th
Massacre of the Innocents IPA – Redundancy is sin. As brewers we have innocently made IPA for years, rife with simple barley malt bills and pungent grapefruit hop aromas. Stagnant no more, we molded this beer from our love for farmhouse fermentation, by using a wild strain of yeast and relying on the old guard of oats and wheat. Dry-hopped with Amarillo, Galaxy, and Citra hops this IPA finishes dry and crisp.
|6% | 1.060 | 55 | Golden
Sunday, July 10th
Bolo Coconut Brown – An American Brown Ale brewed with a minimum of 7lbs of toasted coconut every time. Easy drinking with an abundance of sweet coconut.
|5.6% | 1.060 | 27 | Brown