Burial Beer Company – Asheville Blog http://ashevilleblog.com Your Source for all things Asheville Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:22:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.5.15 Burial Beer Begins Built Out of Forestry Camp http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-begins-built-forestry-camp/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-begins-built-forestry-camp/#respond Mon, 29 Jan 2018 15:29:39 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=11455 Burial Beer Co.’s newest wave of expansion is taking shape in South Asheville in the form of a new craft beer bar called Forestry Camp.

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Burial Beer Co.’s newest wave of expansion is taking shape in South Asheville in the form of a new craft beer bar called Forestry Camp.

The two-story structure, built in the early 1900’s by members of the Conservation Civilian Corps, will soon house a small selection of Burial beers and focus on a diverse draught and retail beer list featuring breweries from around the country and internationally. The owners of Burial have a stated goal of curating a selection of beers that feature craft offerings beyond the Burial portfolio and their South Slope taproom.

“Burial’s taproom will always exist at 40 Collier. There is no way that you could replace the aura of that storied ground,” states Doug Reiser, Co-Founder. “When we purchased the new property in 2015, we did so with the hope and dream of bringing a real, community-driven beer bar to Asheville. The goal is to connect Ashevillians with the great people (owners/brewers/employees) that make some of the best beer in the country.

We won’t just buy beer off lists, we will bring the beer and the people behind it into the beer bar the for these interactions. The purveyors of craft will also be smiling faces about the bar; they will be humans who live and breathe and talk with the visitors. The goal of Forestry Camp is to offer everything that craft was intended to be.”

The two-acre property is currently home to Burial’s production brewery, corporate offices, and sour barrel facility where day-to-day operations have been conducted since October 2016. In keeping with their core values, Burial is aiming to build out Forestry Camp with the same revivalist spirit that has guided the whole of their expansion.

“We aim to breathe new life into those beautiful old bones while carefully maintaining their soul,” explains Tim Gormley, Co-Founder. “We chose to keep the original name of the property, “Forestry Camp”, as homage to its vibrant roots. We aim to use as much wood from the property as possible to build the tables, chairs, and bar itself. With the décor we will continue to celebrate the initial purpose of the property, utilizing tools of the trade, a purposeful tie in with our current South Slope taproom. When you have a beer at Forestry Camp, you’ll have the comforts of a modern bar, but you’ll have traveled back in time. You’ll have experienced a history so important to Asheville, and it’ll taste so good.”

Slated to open to the public in early summer 2018, the Forestry Camp property will afford the brewery both a new outlet for retail and much needed space for their ever growing festivals and events.

“Forestry Camp was named as such because it truly is a camp,” states Gormley. “Six building are spread across its two acres, creating a feel akin to a winery estate or a university commons. I can’t imagine a better place for a festival. We may keep one of our annual festivals in the South Slope, for nostalgic reasons, but we will definitely be moving toward Forestry Camp hosted events. More info to come as the property becomes more fully realized.”

Forestry Camp boasts ample parking space via its own lot and connected parking above for an estimated 100 cars total. For events and weekends, 200 additional spaces will be available across from the property.

A small menu of sandwiches, charcuterie, and other locally purveyed goods are in planning for the beer bar. Additionally a curated wine list with a moderate whiskey and Amaro selection will be offered all the while keeping the focus on craft beer.

“The beer bar will have 20 taps of craft beer, but will offer vintages of over 150 different canned and bottled beer, including extremely limited beers that you could otherwise only get at brewery taprooms,” states Reiser. “This is the craft drinker closeness and experience that we hope to purvey – and we hope other brewers follow suit in their own home states.”

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Burial Beer Releases First Sour Beers In Bottles http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-releases-first-bottled-sours/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-releases-first-bottled-sours/#respond Fri, 26 May 2017 13:58:11 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=11084 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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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.

The Separation of Light and Darkness (750ml) is the first beer the brewery aged in their 30 barrel oak foedre. A clean saison fermentation was aged on carefully-selected cultures of brettanomyces and lactobacillus for 12 months before dry-hopping with a mild dose of hops.

These two packaged sour offerings are the first beers to arise from their 10 barrel system at their original location and marks the full transition of that brewery into a Mixed Culture and sour facility.

“We have a pretty specific plan for fermentation, which includes at least three separate fermentations for each beer, if not more,” explains Co-Founder, Doug Reiser. “We institute clean fermentations in steel, then brett ferments in our foudres before dropping the pH considerably in small format oak barrels with pronounced bacterial culture. It has been a lot of fun dreaming up the complex steps of each of these beers, some of which are planned years in advance.”

Burial’s Mixed Culture program is centered around the Solera Method which borrows from wine practices of fractionally blending beers of various ages.

“Solera allows us to maintain a fairly stable environment in our oak foudres, not opening and exposing them to the elements, and maintaining their on-going and continual fermentation activity,” says Reiser. “We get to stay consistent with this platform, though each vessel offers a different culture.”

The brewery hopes to offer a robust Mixed Culture program that honors both traditional methods while staying true to the explorative roots that have helped to place them on the map in the southeast.

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Burial Beer Co Launches New York Market http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-co-launches-new-york-market/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-co-launches-new-york-market/#respond Tue, 17 Jan 2017 18:08:40 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10819 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 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.

“Despite the, sometimes daunting, size of New York City, it is my home, explains Jess Reiser, co-owner and Head of Sales. “It is where I grew up, my roots are there and I couldn’t be happier to be bringing our passion home. ”

Expansion into New York marks the achievement of a three-part goal the three co-owners have maintained since inception: to send Burial beers to their hometowns and to communities where they feel connections with other industry members and craft enthusiast.

“Community and connections to our retailers, beer lovers, and fellow industry members, is the heart and soul of Burial,” states Reiser. “It is why we opened the brewery in the first place (that and our undying love of craft beer).”

The brewery has selected Union Beer as their distributing partner for New York and Hudson Valley.

“Union Beer is thrilled to help introduce Burial Beer Co. from Asheville, NC to the ever growing beer scene in NYC and the Hudson Valley,” states Mike Naclerio, Sales Manager of the Specialty Division. “We’ve long been fans of not just their great beer but also the incredible brand they’ve built through their artwork and vision.”

Burial Beer Co. is partnering with Three’s Brewing, Transmitter Brewing, and Other Half Brewing to host events from Tuesday, January 17th – Friday, January 20th Haymaker, Torst, The Proletariat, and Three’s Brewing to herald their presence in the North East market. The full list of events, dates, times, and locations is as follows:

Tuesday 1/17 – Other Half/Burial Tap Takeover at Haymaker – 5PM

Wednesday 1/18 – Torst Burial Takes Over the Taps – Tapping at 12PM; Burial representatives on hand 7PM

Thursday 1/19 – Three’s/Burial Boilermaker Event at Three’s Brewing – 6PM

Friday 1/20 – Burial & Friends (featuring collaborations with Three’s Brewing, Transmitter Brewing and Other Half Brewing) at Proletariat – 2PM

For more detailed information visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/233345163779649/

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Burial Beer Announces Date and Brewery List for Burnpile Harvest Fest http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-date-brewery-list-burnpile-harvest-fest/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-date-brewery-list-burnpile-harvest-fest/#respond Thu, 08 Sep 2016 19:12:08 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10502 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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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.

“When we moved here we wanted to bring that tradition to Burial so we could celebrate our new community that we had quickly grown close to. The goal was not just to showcase our beers but also the beers of our friends from other breweries, and our patrons as well.”

For the first time in its history, Burnpile will feature a handful of breweries from around the country, a sign of the breweries growth and reach. “Our connection to the craft industry is inherently growing as we attend events around the country and brew collaborations,” state Reiser, “Inviting new breweries is representative of our desire to extend our community to people we now consider friends in the industry.”

This year’s musical lineup features the Twin Studies from Athens, GA as the headliners with Ouroboros Boys rounding out the day’s music, which runs from 5- 9pm. “We think music is a really important element. When we first opened Doug and I bartended more than anyone and we played music that we loved; which was mostly psychedelic rock,” explains Tim Gormley, Co-Owner and Head Brewer. “We try to think of music is a similar vein to beer, and therefore, try to pick styles that we like, but are not super mainstream.”

The currently confirmed brewery list:

  • Allagash Brewing Company
  • Appalachian Mountain Brewery
  • Birdsong Brewing Company
  • Blackberry Farms
  • Boojum Brewing Company
  • Crank Arm Brewing
  • Creature Comforts Brewing Company
  • Fonta Flora Brewery
  • Free Range Brewing
  • Full Steam Brewery
  • Hi-Wire Brewing
  • Innovation Brewing
  • New Belgium
  • Old Mecklenberg Brewing
  • Other Half Brewing
  • Pisgah Brewing
  • Starpoint Brewing
  • Steel String Brewery
  • Transmitter Brewing
  • Trophy Brewing
  • TRVE Brewing Co
  • Wicked Weed Brewing
  • Wrecking Bar Brewpub

Entry to Burnpile is $10 and includes a commemorative glass and two tokens redeemable for one 4 ounce pour each (or 8 ounces for two tokens). Additional tokens may be purchased inside at various token stations. Cash and credit cards are accepted for the purchase of tokens, however this year tokens may only be applied to beer (not food) at all bars located throughout the brewery.

Food will be available for purchase (cash or credit) from Belly Up Food Truck from 12-5 pm and the Salt & Smoke Kitchen 5-10 pm.

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Burial Beer Announces Georgia Distributor Partnership http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-georgia-distributor-partnership/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-georgia-distributor-partnership/#respond Thu, 01 Sep 2016 01:40:36 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10480 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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BURIAL BEER CO. ANNOUNCES GEORGIA DISTRIBUTOR PARTNERSHIP AND DISTRIBUTION PLANS FOR FALL 2016

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.

As Burial Beer Co. gears up to expand they have selected Advintage Distributing, who have been in operation for ten years with a craft-only portfolio, as their partner in South Carolina.

“We are so excited to partner with Burial Beer Co not only for the great beers they brew, but for the people they are, and the opportunity to support them in their vision,” states Jessica Hadleman of Advintage Distributing. “The energy and credibility of the Asheville beer scene has been amazing to watch, and Burial Beer is the cream of this scene. They are going to make waves in our state.”

The craft beer scene in South Carolina can anticipate brands such as Surf Wax IPA, Gang of Blades Double IPA, Skillet Donut Stout, The Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison, Shadowclock Pilsner, Bolo Coconut Brown, Scythe Rye IPA, and Ceremonial Session IPA (rotating hop selection per batch), both in cans as well as draft in quantities that are on par with brewery’s goal of growing in measures that maintain the quality of their product.

“We were drawn to Advintage because we felt like they were focused on brands that were in different stages of growth (small and large breweries) and brands who are quite varied in the beers they craft,” states Jessica Reiser, co-owner of Burial Beer Co. “They see the value of all sides of craft and we immediately picked up on a great internal culture at Advintage. The people who work there are dedicated, enjoy their work, and have worked there a long time and that’s the exact goal we have for our own people at Burial Beer.”

The brewery is currently working to scale up as well as dial in recipes on their new twenty-barrel brewing system and anticipates sending beer beyond their 40 Collier taproom sometime in November of this year, and are looking forward to South Carolina being one of the first to receive their beers.

“The way that we have approached distribution and the future of Burial has been choosing places we personally connect with,” explains Reiser. “We want to have an understanding of the culture and community and feel a connection to each place we send our beer. We’ve spent a lot of time in South Carolina and appreciate what the state and what its incredible people have to offer.”

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Ceremonial Session IPA with Amarillo Can Release & Weekly Releases http://ashevilleblog.com/ceremonial-session-ipa-amarillo-can-release-weekly-releases/ http://ashevilleblog.com/ceremonial-session-ipa-amarillo-can-release-weekly-releases/#respond Mon, 15 Aug 2016 21:57:01 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10414 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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Upcoming Events:

Bonestack Wing Night | Wednesday, August 17th | 5pm-til they run out!

The second Bonestack Wing Night is set for Wednesday, August 17th at 5pm. We’re partnering with Salt&Smoke to bring you two wing options crafted with two Burial beers: (1) House Buffalo wings made with Ceremonial Session IPA with Amarillo hops and (2) Sweet & Spicy wings made with our newest Forge beer, a Pear & Ginger Saison.
Ceremonial Session IPA with Amarillo Hops Can Release | Wednesday, August 17th

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 features Amarillo hops that when paired with our special house yeast yields aromas of orange and apricot with notes of honeysuckle and spice. Available in 16oz cans. Limited distro.

|4% | 1.032| 35| Blonde

 Weekly Beer Releases:

Tuesday, August 16th 
The Forge: Pear & Ginger Saison – Brewed by our lead brewer, JT, this Saison is the fourteenth edition in our Forge Small Batch Staff Series. Featuring Riverbend Pilsner and Red Wheat and a touch of Honey Malt this beer then fermented on fresh ginger, honey, one pound per gallon of fresh pears.

|6% | 1.053| 15| Blonde

Wednesday, August 17th   

Ceremonial Session IPA with Amarillo Hops – 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 features Amarillo hops that when paired with our special house yeast yields aromas of orange and apricot with notes of honeysuckle and spice.

|4% | 1.032| 35| Blonde

Friday, August 19th  

Machete Extra Farmhouse – This rustic French farmhouse-style ale is our ode to a brewers’ favorite made across the Atlantic. Brewed with Pilsner malt and flaked wheat, this beer is crafted with a blend of two farmhouse strains, and a heavy dose of white peppercorns and grains of paradise. This extremely dry and effervescent beer is finished with a mild dose of East Kent Golding hops for a lemon, hay, and green herbal aroma.

|5.2% | 1.044| 25| Straw

Save the Date:

Fourth Moonlit Art Market| Thursday, September 8th | 8-11pm

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.

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Burial Beer Company Weekly Events and Beer Releases July 13-25th http://ashevilleblog.com/food-beer-events-burial-beer-co-july13-25/ http://ashevilleblog.com/food-beer-events-burial-beer-co-july13-25/#respond Tue, 19 Jul 2016 14:33:58 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10359 Food and beer events happening at Burial Beer Company, July 13- 25th

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

Hawkbill IPA Release & Bone Stack Wing Night

Burial Beer Co. partners with Salt & Smoke this Wednesday at 5pm for the first official Bone Stack Wing Night. Come enjoy the newly released Hawkbill India Pale Ale alongside Bolo Coconut Wings and Hawkbill IPA Wings.

10 wings for $11 while they last

*The Kitchen will only be slingin’ wings Wednesday. Regular menu resumes on Thursday.

Weekly Beer Releases:

Wednesday, July 13th 

Hawkbill – India Pale Ale – A blade for many a pocket, this IPA displays malt in its most elemental form: Pils, 2-Row, and locally grown and malted rye. Mandarina Bavaria and Galaxy hops present a sharp, passionfruit and tangelo punch while the addition of Simcoe to the dry hop adds a final piney complexity to this easy summer sipper.

|5.6% | 1.055 | 40 | Hazy Blonde

 

Friday, July 22nd

Tribute to the Patron  – Rye Abbey-Style Ale – A hefty malt bill of Riverbend Rye and Pilsner lay the foundation for this Abbey-Style ale that spent primary fermentation in oak barrels. Flaked wheat, Vienna, and Munich malts contribute a mild caramel mouthfeel and flavor while a late dose of Cascade hops and brown sugar adds a youthful citrus and tea aroma.

|6% | 1.054|25| Dark Amber

Sunday, July 24th 

Gang of Blades – Double IPA – A big, bold IPA fermented with our unique house yeast. Dry-hopped with copious amounts of Amarillo, Mandarina Bavaria, Columbus and Simcoe hops. Expect a huge hop aroma followed by notes of hop resin, mango, apricot and tangerine.

|8.2% | 1.076|65| Orange

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Burial Beer: Ceremonial Session IPA Release http://ashevilleblog.com/10313-2/ http://ashevilleblog.com/10313-2/#respond Tue, 05 Jul 2016 23:49:54 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10313 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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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.

Can Release

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

Events 

Second Moonlit Art Market 
Thursday, July 14th
 8-11pm

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

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Burial Beer Bottle Releases and Events http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-bottle-releases-and-events/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-bottle-releases-and-events/#respond Mon, 27 Jun 2016 15:21:19 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10291 Dual Bottle Release:

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Dual Bottle Release:

13th Moon & Self-Titled Album: Intro |Sunday, July 3rd at 12pm

This Sunday, July 3rd at 12pm Burial Beer Co. will release one last beer from the Moon Series and launch a new endeavor: Self-Titled Album.

  1. 13th Moon – This last offering is a India Pale Ale brewed with passion fruit and fermented on honeysuckle, heather, strawberry leaf, and elderflowers. Saphir and Kazbek hop bitterness is quelled by tropical and floral notes from the fruit and flowers resulting in a complex, and cumulative beer from this series.

$16 per 750ml bottle. Limit 2 bottles per person.

  1. Self-Titled Album: Intro  – This Imperial Stout is the starting point. The first notes and measures you fell in love with from the album that would be you’re epiphany. A dark, brooding beer that hides behind nothing, brewed to style, and unabashedly itself.

$16 per 750ml bottle. Limit 2 bottles per person.

Weekly Beer Releases:

Monday, June 27th

Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison – Brewed exclusively using Riverbend Malthouse 6-row malt and wheat, along side wildflower honey, this beer gets the majority of its floral nuance from the addition of a medley of dried herbs and flowers ranging from hibiscus, chamomile, rose petals, passion flower, heather, lavender, and elder flowers.

Available on draught and 16oz cans.

|5.5% | 1.047| 10 | Light Golden

 Tuesday, June 28th

Patersbier – This offering from our barrel-fermented series is brewed with simple malt bill of Pilsner, Melanoiden malt, and Flaked Barley. Lightly hopped with Saaz and Magnum hops and Grains of Paradise, this is our take on a beloved, classic style not often found outside the Monasteries of Belgium.

|5.2% | 1.049 | 21 | Blonde

Thursday, June 30th  

Sifter – Salted Stout – This American stout is brewed with oats, and Riverbend wheat. Sea salt adds sharp contrast to the dark chocolate malt bringing out the bittersweetness we crave in this style.

|7.5% | 1.078 | 48 | Black

Saturday, July 2nd

Thresher – Coffee Saison – Our goal- to prove that coffee does not always have to pair with dark beer. Here, we brewed a French Saison and added cold pressed Counter Counter Culture’s Sipacapa coffee from San Marcos, Guatemala post fermentation. This varietal was chosen for notes of dark chocolate, brown sugar, and fig with a complimentary roast profile and slight acidity.

|5.7% | 1.065| 18 | Golden

Sunday, July 3rd

Self-Titled Album: Intro – This Imperial Stout is the starting point. The first notes and measures you fell in love with from the album that would be you’re epiphany. A dark, brooding beer that hides behind nothing, brewed to style, and unabashedly itself.

|9.8% | 1.102| 86| Black

 

Save the Date:

Second Moonlit Art Market

Thursday, July 14th 8-11pm

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.

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Burial Beer Announces The Album Series Bottle Releases http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-the-album-series-bottle-releases/ http://ashevilleblog.com/burial-beer-announces-the-album-series-bottle-releases/#respond Sun, 26 Jun 2016 14:29:13 +0000 http://ashevilleblog.com/?p=10275 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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BURIAL BEER CO. ANNOUNCES THE ALBUM SERIES, LIMITED SERIES OF BOTTLE RELEASES TO FOLLOW LAST YEAR’S MOON SERIES.

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.

burial beer mix tapeThe first beer, Track 1, an Imperial Stout, is set to release this Sunday, July 3rd beginning at noon at the brewery’s taproom on 40 Collier Ave. To usher in the new Album Series, the brewery will also release a final moon beer that day, Thirteenth Moon, a passion fruit India Pale Ale fermented on flowers.

The Moon Series, inspired by the cycles of the moon, were brewed on the brewery’s original one-barrel system and released monthly throughout 2015. Similarly, the Album Series will be crafted on the one-barrel system and released throughout the year as a means for the growing brewery to stay connected to their ethos and desire to continue creating new styles while remaining anchored to the old.

Bottles of both beers are $16 per 750ml bottle with a two bottle per person limit. For more information visit www.facebook.com/burialbeer

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