Home » Hi-Wire Brewing (page 3)

Hi-Wire Brewing

Located in Downtown Asheville, NC, Hi-Wire Brewing is known for producing approachable and balanced ales and lagers, most notably it’s Hi-Wire Lager, Prime Time Pale Ale, Bed of Nails Brown, and Hi-Pitch IPA. Awarded the most medals at the 2014 NC Brewer’s Cup and Best New North Carolina Brewery of 2013 by RateBeer, Hi-Wire’s award-winning beers can be found on draft and bottles in North Carolina bars and retail shops as well as in their downtown Asheville tasting room. In July 2015, craft beer drinkers can also enjoy Hi-Wire beer at their Big Top, a 27,000 square foot production facility opening in Biltmore Village, a half mile from the Biltmore Estate. In addition to flagship beers, Hi-Wire offers a rotating selection of seasonal brews as well as specialty brews from their Ringmaster's Reserve Series. Learn more about the company at hiwirebrewing.com

Hi-Wire Brewing To Release New Single Barrel Series

Single Barrel Promo

As Hi-Wire Brewing transitions their original Downtown Asheville brewery into a sour and wild ale facility to officially launch later this summer, they announce the release of a new, different line of limited specialty beers which they are calling the Single Barrel Series. All Single Barrel Series releases are small batches fermented 100% in oak barrels, bottle conditioned, and sold in cork and caged 750 ml bottles.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Big Top Production Brewery Welcomes Food Service From Foothill Meats

Foothills Meats

Hi-Wire’s Big Top Production Brewery is proud to announce a new partnership with Foothills Local Meats to bring food service to their Biltmore Village Tap Room. Hi-Wire has been looking for the right partner to bring food to their Big Top Tap Room since opening in July 2015, and they have found the perfect match in Foothills. “Hi-Wire makes local, high-quality craft beer, and Foothills only sources local and pasture raised meats from independent family farms in North Carolina”, says Hi-Wire co-owner Chris Frosaker. “Our shared commitment to quality makes us great partners.” 

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Announces Specialty Brewery is Going Sour

Hi-Wire Brews Sour

Hi-Wire’s South Slope Specialty Brewery is currently transitioning from brewing a wide variety of one-time-release ales and lagers to brewing exclusively sour and wild beers. Although this shift will not change Hi-Wire’s core lineup of beers, it will make the company one of the nation’s only breweries to have a specialty program that revolves around both craft lagers and sour beers.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Releases New Seasonal: Death Defying Spring Ale

Hi-Wire Brewery

With the new year comes a new seasonal release in Hi-Wire Brewing’s lineup. Death Defying Spring Ale will replace Contortionist Black IPA as Hi-Wire’s annual spring seasonal release. Copper in color and light on the palate, Death Defying is an approachable and easy to drink Belgian ale, an appropriately timed option for those ready to unthaw from cold months and heavy dark beers.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Releases Next Lager Seasonal: Enchanter Baltic Porter

Enchanter Baltic Porter

Hi-Wire Brewing is set to release the newest beer in its Lager Seasonal Series, Enchanter Baltic Porter. The third installment in this series, this beer will hit shelves early 2106 in 6-packs and on draft.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Releases Tropical Fruit Golden Strong Ale

hi-wire brewing golden strong

Hi-Wire Brewing is set to release the newest offering from its South Slope Specialty Brewery (197 Hilliard Avenue, Asheville, NC) run by Head Specialty Brewer, Jonathan Parks. A fruit-forward 11.3% ABV beer, this American style Golden Strong Ale was made using fresh guava, papaya and mango.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Announces Tennessee Launch

hi-wire brewing beer

In the last 6 months, Asheville based Hi-Wire Brewing, which was named Best New North Carolina Brewery of 2013 by RateBeer, underwent an extensive expansion and brought on line their 27,000 square foot Big Top production facility (2 Huntmans Place, Asheville, NC). The increased brewing capacity allowed the two year old brewery to not only make a larger amount of their well known flagship beers but also introduce new ones to the lineup, including a series of lager seasonals. The expansion also gave the brewery the opportunity to launch new markets, including South Carolina in September and, in the month of October, Tennessee.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Announces South Carolina Launch

Hi-Wire Brewing

Starting the second week of September, Hi-Wire Brewing will begin pouring its ales and lagers outside of North Carolina for the first time. The launch of their products into South Carolina comes on the heels of the opening of their 27,000 square foot Big Top facility (2 Huntsman Place, Asheville, NC 28803) in July, which greatly increased the production of their flagship and quarterly released seasonal ales and lagers.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing Introduces New Specialty Series of Beers: The Farmhouse Series

Hi-Wire Brewing

Hi-Wire Brewing has gone through incredible growth in a very short amount of time. The barely two year old brewery started with a small taproom in the South Slope area of downtown Asheville. Last month they opened a second location, a 27,000 square foot building that will take their 2015 production from 6,000 barrels to 10,000 barrels. With the opening of this new location, the South Slope Taproom was converted into Hi-Wire’s experimental brewery. A new brewer, Johnathan Parks, was brought on to run this specialty arm of the brewery and has developed a new series of beers, The Farmhouse Series.

Read More »

Hi-Wire Brewing to Open Biltmore Big Top July 25th

Hi Wire Brewing

After a year of planning, Hi-Wire Brewing will open the doors of their new production facility, located at 2 Huntsman Place, on Saturday, July 25th at 5pm. To celebrate the occasion, the brewery will throw a grand opening party, a large event that will include aerial acts, live music and rare beers created just for the evening.

Read More »