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Draft Releases at Burial Beer Week of December 8th

Draft Releases happening this week at Burial Beer Company: 

Tuesday, 12/8Shadowclock Cans and Draft – Made with German barley and American corn, our own brewer’s prize is then dry-hopped with Sterling and Tettnanger hops. Never filtered, the result is a more robust Bohemian lager with aromas of wildflower, honey and lemon. Keep your palate clean, revel in your beverage.
ABV: 5.9%      OG: 1.055      IBU: 35       Color: Golden 

Thursday- 12/10- Blade and Sheath Hoppy Farmhouse A simple, country- side saison with a light body. Made with Riverbend Malthouse Rye malt and flaked oats then Dry hopped with Calypso, Nelson Sauvin and El Dorado, you will enjoy notes of tropical fruits and grape must.
ABV: 6.4%        OG: 1.056       IBU:  33        Color: Golden     

Thursday- 12/10- The Forge Tomatillo Mexican Lager– SMALL BATCH! The 4th beer in our small batch, employee driven series, The Forge, was brewed by General Manager, Travis Floan. Since he worked so hard to get those gardens looking pristine during the warmer months, it was only fitting that he harvested garden fresh vegetables to use in this lager. Brewed with corn, Riverbend Malthouse Pilsner malt and estate tomatillos, this beer was then aged on chili peppers from our gardens as well as key lime.
ABV: 4.6%      OG: 1.047      IBU: 15      Color: Gold

Saturday 12/12- The Forge Kombucha Imperial Stout- SMALL BATCH! The 5th beer in our small batch, employee driven series, The Forge, was brewed by Lab Director, Rachel Simpson. With a background in both beer and Kombucha it was only fitting that she merge the two beverages. An Imperial Stout brewed with a decadent malt bill and milk sugars, Rachel aged the beer on cranberries and vanilla bean then blended a tart batch of house made kombucha into the beer post-fermentation. While the tartness from the cranberries and blend of kombucha is unique to the style, the flavors are rounded out by the beer’s sweetness, vanilla beans and the malt complexity of the base beer.
ABV: 8%      OG: 1.087      IBU: 61      Color: Black 

Package Releases This Month:

Tuesday 12/8- Shadowclock Pilsner 16oz Cans
Saturday 12/12- Beaver Moon–  $16/750ml– the 11th release in our year long Moon Series- an Imperial Brown brewed with Hickory Bark Syrup and aged on Hickory wood- Limit 2 per person. We will be giving the first 15 people who buy bottles a free pint glass with the Moon Series owl logo on it.

Friday 12/18– Haysaw Saison 16oz Cans Return

Wednesday 12/23 The Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison- $10/750ml– Brewed exclusively using Riverbend Malthouse 6-row malt and wheat, along side wildflower honey, this beer gets the majority of its flavor from the addition of a medley of dried herbs and flowers ranging from lemongrass, hibiscus, chamomile, rose petals, passion flower and elder flower. You will enjoy a cornucopia of tea, orchard fruit and floral aromas.

Thursday- 12/31- Book of the Dead Belgian Stout aged on Cherries in Four Roses Barrels- $16/750ml – a collaboration with Beer Study in Chapel Hill- A bold stout with a roasted malt backbone and fresh tart cherry notes that fuse with the bourbon characteristics as well as vanilla, soft caramel and oak notes from the barrel.

December Events at the Taproom:

Thursday 12/24Christmas Eve Potluck– 4-8PM- This Christmas Eve, bring the family and swing by Burial’s taproom. We will be open from 4-8PM and will host a potluck. Bring your favorite dish to snack on throughout the event. It has been a great way to get together with friends and family before we settle in for the holiday. Hope to celebrate with you all! Beer sales as usual.

Burial Beer Company will be closed Christmas Day and open normal hours every other day during the holiday season.

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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