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Burial Beer Company Bottle Release: Moon Series Continued

Moon Series Bottle Release- 6 AND 7 of 12- June and July Moons

Our Moon Series continues into the sixth and seventh (of 12) releases with a dual release. This series is a handmade series and a tribute to our craft. From the art and design, to the trinkets hand crafted to each bottle and of course, the beer and the inspiration behind it.

This months bottle release happens Friday July 31st. Burial Beer Company opens at 2PM on Fridays.

June:

Strawberry moon- the full moon that began on June 2 would be called the “strawberry moon” because most of the strawberries are picked in June.

Inspired by the ripened fruit, we brewed a Belgian Tripel and aged it on strawberry leaves and dry hopped it with Belma hops, a varietal commonly associated with “strawberry flavors.” 8% ABV – The bottle is adorned with yellow wax, a small jar full of strawberry leaves and a scroll with legends of the moon, a description of the beer and a poem by Eddie Cabbage.

July:

Raspberry Moon- we move through the summer months and watch with each passing day new live replace old. In July raspberries ripen with rich color and flavor. For this moon, we brewed a Belgian Blonde and aged it on raspberry leaves and fresh raspberries. 6% ABV- The bottles are adorned with yellow wax and muslin tea bags full of raspberry leaves and a scroll with legends of the moon, a description of the beer and a poem by Eddie Cabbage.

750ml bottles at $16/each. limit 2 per person per release. No holds or pre-sale. You can pick up your bottles of our June and July Moon series beer July 31st, starting at 2 pm.

About 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.

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