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Burial Beer Company Weekly Events and Beer Releases July 13-25th

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

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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