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Burial Beer Company

Modern design. Meticulous craft. Asheville creative. Burial Beer is an Asheville brewery kicking out Belgian farmhouse ales, german lagers and good ole american gold. Located downtown on Asheville's up and coming south slope.

Burial Beer Releases First Sour Beers In Bottles

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The first offerings from Burial Beer’s Mixed Culture Program are set to release this Sunday, May 28th at 12pm from their South Slope taproom with no distribution of these limited bottles slated. Fall of the Damned is a 500ml Bourbon Barrel Aged Sour Red Ale that began in a Brunelli foudre where it rested for 3 months before moving to bourbon barrels for 9 months and then was blended and racked onto 2lbs of blackberries and marionberries per gallon for additional aging.

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Burial Beer Co Launches New York Market

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Burial Beer Co. will launch the New York market beginning Tuesday, January 17th with events around the Manhattan and Brooklyn areas. The brewery has maintained a long-standing relationship with the Craft Specialty Departments of Union Beer who they have named as their distributor. Due to ties to the city, via Jess Reiser who grew up in Brooklyn, New York was the clear choice for Burial’s next market expansion.

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Burial Beer Announces Date and Brewery List for Burnpile Harvest Fest

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Burnpile Harvest Fest is officially slated for Saturday, October 29th beginning at 12pm at Burial Beer Co.’s taproom on 40 Collier Ave. Now in its third year, Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with live music and seasonally inspired beers from 20+ breweries from around the state of North Carolina and the country. “Harvest Fest originated in Seattle, Washington for us. It was a gathering of our closest friends who would come over and bring food and harvest beers while Doug and Tim would homebrew. It was this incredible celebration of the season that accompanied a lot of colors and smells and visuals,” explains Jess Reiser, Co-Owner of Burial.

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Burial Beer Announces Georgia Distributor Partnership

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In early January 2016, Burial Beer Co. announced their plans for second brewery also located in Asheville, NC in addition to plans for a new side project. The brewery, which opened in 2013 with a one-barrel system, quickly outgrew the home-brew size brewery into a ten-barrel operation. Now, after operating for just over three years, the brewery will expand distribution to South Carolina, a move that follows closely on the heels of their announcement to expand into Georgia.

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Ceremonial Session IPA with Amarillo Can Release & Weekly Releases

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Upcoming events at Burial Beer Co, located on Asheville's South Slope. A moonlit art market, ceremonial session IPA release, wing night and much more happening August 15-19th, 2016.

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Burial Beer Company Weekly Events and Beer Releases July 13-25th

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Food and beer events happening at Burial Beer Company, July 13- 25th

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Burial Beer: Ceremonial Session IPA Release

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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.

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Burial Beer Bottle Releases and Events

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Dual Bottle Release:

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Burial Beer Announces The Album Series Bottle Releases

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Burial Beer Co. announces the launch of the Album Series, a series of limited release bottles inspired by their love of music and the way tracks on an album relate to one another and culminate into one cohesive sound.

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Salt & Smoke Opens Full Time Kitchen At Burial Beer Co

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After a year of pop-up kitchens and Sunday brunches at Burial Beer Co., Salt & Smoke AVL launches a full-time, permanent Kitchen Tuesday, June 14th in the beer garden of the brewery located at 40 Collier Ave. The Kitchen will operate six days a week from Tuesday to Sunday and feature snacks and small plates inspired by Old World European traditions linked to the chef’s Southern roots.

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