Other India Pale Ale style brews
This sparkling, irresistible brew is our tribute to the 1920’s and to one of the decade’s classic cocktails. Brewed with juniper berries and dried lime zest, this fruit-forward 7.0% ABV beer is botanical and a little bitter-sweet.
Raise a glass to remember the promise of the past. Raise a glass to celebrate Zelda Fitzgerald, dubbed “the first flapper” by her husband F. Scott Fitzgerald. She was an icon of the era, capturing the exhilarating newness of the early jazz age. Cheers.
Brewgasm IPA is classic west coast style with low bitterness and a tropical fruit aroma. Dry-hopped with Idaho 7, Mosaic, and Simcoe, it comes in at a drinkable 5.7% ABV.
Asheville Brewing collaborated with local beer writer Anne Fitten Glenn, aka Brewgasm (also, ABC’s pr consultant) to brew this beer for her book release party. “Western North Carolina Beer: A Mountain Brew History” will be released on Wednesday, November 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. at Asheville Brewing’s downtown location. Come by to meet the author, buy a book, and quaff a Brewgasm IPA!
For the 5th annual collaboration with our homeys at Industry Nine we went all out and brewed two IPA’s. A big 7.9%er and a sessionable 5.1% version. We called these beers Tandemonium IPA and Tandemonium Session IPA. Both will be available on draft and in CANS!!
A full on hop-explosion of an IPA with intense tropical fruit aroma and flavor and an extremely low amount of bitterness. Hopped with Warrior hop hash and Motueka in the whirlpool and then dry hopped twice with Enigma, Motueka and Citra. A malt bill that includes plenty of flaked oats lays down a nice foundation of sweetness and smooth mouthfeel that accentuates all the punchy hops.
Stump Mutts Session IPA, brewed with pineapple puree and a dose of milk sugar, is “a tropical punch of a beer,” says head brewer Pete Langheinrich. Perfect for summer drinking with a mild sessionable bitterness and lots of fruity notes.
About the Asheville band, The Stump Mutts
All rock, ever changing, and all original music rooted in sounds they grew up with. You’re likely to hear the shadows and echoes of wide ranging influences from… Nirvana and Stone Temple Pilots, to the Stones and Lenny Kravitz, to Social Distortion and Husker Du. Neal’s distinctive lyrics have been described as a haunting growl like a “an angel caught in an electrical storm.” His vocals lay nicely over his soaring guitar tone. In contrast, Derek’s hollow body crunch couldn’t be more different in tone, yet compliments this two guitar assault. John’s punk rock bass style rounds out the front of the stage, with his smirky grin and Buddy Holly glasses. Patrick lays down a straight forward rock rhythm with plenty of space for the songs to breath on his throwback blue sparkle kit. The live show is not to be missed. High energy, in your face rock with a stage presence that will make you dizzy. Knee slides, amp stands, impromptu covers, and solos in the crowd are the norm.