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Catawba Brewing

Founded by the western North Carolina Pyatt family in 1999, Catawba Brewing operates a main production facility in downtown Morganton, NC at 212 S. Green St; a boutique brewery/tasting room in downtown Asheville, NC at 32 Banks Avenue; and a tasting room in Asheville’s Biltmore Village at 63 Brook St. Catawba beers can be found in NC, SC, TN, and now AL. Find us at www.catawbabrewing.com

Catawba Brewing Releases Passport Beer #3

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In recent weeks, Catawba’s Small Batch Program has explored dark malty styles and higher-gravity offerings designed to sustain you through the cold of winter. With their latest release, they’re taking the contrarian approach, swinging back to the lighter end of the beer spectrum. This American Blonde Ale is an interesting dichotomy. A traditional summer beer brewed in January. A new release that’s actually an old recipe. Think of it as a Throwback Thursday Beer.

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Catawba’s PB&J Returns March 3rd 2017

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Catawba’s Peanut Butter Jelly Time certainly didn’t take the easy road to its near legendary status among craft beer enthusiasts. This hard-earned liquid lunch is the result of blue-collar brewing – hardhats and bootstraps. Aging beer on whole roasted local WNC peanuts presented a unique challenge in 2012, when Catawba brewed their first 3-barrel batch of PB&J. Five years later and now slated for 4-state distribution, this one-of-a-kind beer has inspired some innovative engineering and a proprietary brewing process.

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Catawba Brewing Releases Small Batch Milk Stout

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Small Batch releases have become a weekly event at Catawba Brewing, but their new Small Batch Milk Stout is no ordinary beer. This traditional English-style sweet stout marks the return to the brewhouse of Co-Owner and former brewer, Billy Pyatt, who had taken off his brewing hat for the past five years to focus on Catawba’s rapidly expanding business. Assisting him in their Asheville South Slope brewery was brother-in-law Bobby Flowers, who chose the beer style and helped execute Billy’s recipe.

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Hooligan Scotch Ale Celebrates 5th Anniversary

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Hooligan Scotch Ale returns a wee bit early this holiday season – just in time to leave its indelible mark on 2016. This robust, mahogany hued ale is brewed in the classic Scottish Wee Heavy style, featuring a profound maltiness with layers of rich caramel and toffee, and a restrained hop bitterness. To commemorate five years of Hooliganism, this limited release will graduate to 22oz bottles – Catawba’s first ever bottle release from its rotating series of seasonal beers. Look for Hooligan Scotch Ale in Catawba’s three tasting rooms, and in distribution in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee (beginning January 2017), and in select areas of Alabama.

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CATAWBA RELEASES BLACK FRIDAY DUNKEL LAGER

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Something tells us your Thanksgiving dinner conversations may get a bit spirited this year – and that you’ll have worked up a thirst by Black Friday. Catawba Brewing is addressing this need with a new Small Batch traditional Bavarian-style Dunkel Lager (5.3% ABV), available at their three tasting rooms and in limited distribution. Brewed in their Asheville South Slope brewery, this crowd-pleaser is smooth, complex, and remarkably refreshing for a dark beer.
True to style, Catawba’s Dunkel Lager is deep sepia in color with a well-rounded flavor profile, its rich nutty sweetness balanced by a clean dry finish – without the dominant roasted and burnt malt characteristics of porters and
stouts. So, why not treat yourself to a stress-free Black Friday, enjoy a Dunkel Lager, and pick up some Catawba gear as gifts for those friends and family members who inspired you to go out for a post-holiday beer.   

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Catawba Brewing Announces Statewide Distribution in Tennessee

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This November, middle and western Tennessee craft beer enthusiasts will no longer have to travel to Chattanooga and Knoxville to find a Catawba beer.  Catawba Brewing of Asheville, Morganton, and Charlotte, NC is partnering with DET Distributing of Nashville and Jackson, TN to launch Catawba beers in middle Tennessee.

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Appalachian Oktoberfest September 22nd, 2016

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Catawba Brewing will host Appalachian Oktoberfest under the Festhalle erected in the side Courtyard at 32 Banks Avenue on September 22. Cecil’s Culinary Tour comes to the Courtyard at Catawba Brewing, for another culinary adventure.  This time, the creative Cecilia will delve into German foods most associated with Oktoberfest. Two food stations will be set up for faster service and the menu will focus on classic south German foods, including pretzels, cured pork dishes, and a dessert that will knock your lederhosen off!  Cecilia describes the dessert as pumpkin, dipped in lime to make it crunchy on the outside, then boiled in maple syrup and served with brie and walnuts.

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Catawba Brewing Releases English Mild Nitro

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Catawba Brewing Company is pleased to announce the release of their English Mild nitro brew. This first beer to get the nitro treatment is a small batch, brewed on location at the South Slope tasting room. Following the English Mild is the Liquidlogic Fest Bier, a small batch collaboration with local kayak manufacturer. Available only at any Catawba Brewing location.

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Catawba Brewing Announces Release Dates of King Don and Korean Sour

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Catawba Brewing announces the release of two beers. The Korean Sour, which has been reinterpreted for Western North Carolina, will be available at all three tasting rooms. King Don's Pumpkin Ale will summon in fall starting August 11th. More information about each beer below: 

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Catawba Releases 3 New Collaboration Beers

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Catawba brewing proudly presents three new beers that are collaboration efforts with local businesses and not for profits. Learn more about these new and limited edition releases, including the Bee Charmer Honey Mai Bock, Tangerine Wheat Ale, and the return of Pyranha Brown IPA

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