The fifth brew in our series of Single Malt & Single Hop beers. This Pale Ale features Briess Pale Ale Malt and Azacca Hops.
Our Session IPA features Citra and Mosaic hops paired with a light-bodied malt bill, making it easily crushable. Perfect for your next 18 holes, or just an afternoon session.
This brew was made with our friends at Harpoon Brewing up in Boston while they were visiting Asheville. We believe this Cascadian Dark Ale is the perfect way to kick off the holiday season! The chocolate notes and slight roast character are complimented with a delicious aroma of Citra hops.
A bold IPA showcasing a balanced malty backbone and fruity aromas. Centennial hops provide a touch of pine and grapefruit. At 7.3%, it is sure to warm up even the coldest of hearts.
Our classic gose recipe infused with dill pickles. An Asheville favorite!
The El Dorado Session is the result of a collaboration beer with Madison County Brewing Co. This session ale has a base of Pilsner Malt and a touch of wheat. No bittering hops were added in the boil--El Dorado hop oil were added for aroma right before packaging, leaving you with a very easy drinking brew with aromas of resinous pine as well as tropical fruit.
Our Hop Dread is a hopped red. An IPA for the head. With an abundance of Falconer's Flight hops, this brew backs up the maltiness with a blend of tropical grapefruit and lemon flavors.
The third brew in our series of Single Malt & Single Hop beers. This Pale Ale features Briess Pale Ale Malt and Idaho 7 Hops.
Our Amber Ale has its slight hoppiness balanced out with a caramel richness and a crisp finish that Dr. John Hammond would be fond of.
A lightly hopped kettle sour that is both tart and refreshing. We think of this as our Americanized version of a Berliner Weisse.
Brewer Jordan Veale created this golden straw colored Blonde ale to celebrate his wedding in 2015. When it comes to this easy drinking, lightly hopped Blonde, the answer to your question, "Do I want one?" quite simply is Only Always.
Whether you prefer a lazy float or running rapids, Section 9 is sure to be the perfect companion. Scout your line, read the current, commit. Brewed with Pilsner Malt and Rye, hopped with Pacific Gem and Fuggle, this Saison balances a peppery herbal bouquet with the unique esters of the Belgian yeast used for fermentation.
What to call this one? We just could not decide. Deep and dark with reddish undertones, this Porter is a somewhat sweet, maltier, and a more chocolate version of a traditional English Porter.
Slightly hazy from flaked wheat added to the mash, this brew was dry hopped 3x with Citra, El Dorado, and Amarillo hops. Balanced body with a pineapple juice aroma.