Burial Stay G-O-L-D IPA inspired by the hip-hop group Run the Jewels returns again in October.
Asheville, North Carolina’s Burial Beer and Brooklyn’s Interboro Spirits & Ales teamed up earlier this year with hip-hop group Run the Jewels for a special hoppy release. Stay G-O-L-D IPA is the result.
Run the Jewels was founded in 2013 by rappers El-P and Killer Mike. Besides his hot rhymes, Killer Mike has a love of beer. A few years ago he flew to Chicago to do a special collaboration with Goose Island. (We actually visited him at his barber shop in Georgia.)
Burial Beer Stay G-O-L-D IPA is brewed with the help of Brooklyn, New York’s Interboro Spirits & Ale. Named for a track on the groups latest “Run the Jewels 3” release, Stay G-O-L-D is juicy India pale ale brewed with Citra and Mosaic hops.
Aromas of dank pineapple lemon honeydew. Tangy citrus piney flavors with clean bitter finish. – Interboro Spirits & Ales
Stay G-O-L-D IPA will be available at the brewery in Asheville, North Carolina again on October 11th at 5pm – just before Run the Jewels plays their sold out show downtown. Just like before, no distribution.
Availability: 16oz Cans.
Latest Release: 10/11/17
PIC: Beer Street Journal
This release is actually the second of three installations in an on-going collaboration with Blackberry Farm. The base beer is a saison brewed with North Carolina barley and spelt, Saphir hops, and fermented on a mix of Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus bacteria.
Secrets are hard to keep and jealousy has no bounds. Part 2 of the story told with our good friends at Blackberry Farm Brewery is a mixed-culture saison make with NC barley and spelt, hopped with Saphir hops and aged with Brettanomyces and Lactobacillus.
Burial Beer Jealousy & Murder is available at the brewery starting September 30th. Limited distribution to follow.
Style: American Wild Ale
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Burial Consequence of Humanity debuts on September 9th.
This imperial India pale is double dry-hopped – that’s a double hit of Citra hops and Citra lupulin powder. For that little extra dank, juicy flavor, Burial fermented this beer with oranges.
Burial Consequence of Humanity will be available at the brewery on Saturday, September 9th. No Distribution.
Style: Imperial IPA (w/ Oranges)
Availability: 16oz Cans
This weekend Burial Own Benefactor, a collaboration with New Jersey’s Carton Brewing, debuts.
This release is an interesting blend of each of the brewery’s favorite house beers, merged into India pale ale form. Own Benefactor is brewed with 9 different hops and fermented with a kolsch yeast. Weird? Yes. Worth it? More than likely.
Burial Own Benefactor will be available in 16-ounce cans at the brewery in Asheville. Potential distribution to follow.
Availability: 16oz Cans
Burial Allegory of Gluttony & Lust debuts in cans this Saturday in Asheville, North Carolina.
Mosaic, Styrian Wolf, Motueka, and Ella hops highlight was is sure to be a dank imperial IPA, but don’t miss the lactose (milk sugar) addition. All in all, this IPA sounds both tropical and creamy smooth.
Welcome to your subconscious.
Burial The Allegory of Gluttony and Lust will be available at the brewery starting Saturday, August 26th.
A new imperial India pale ale debuts on July 22nd in Asheville, North Carolina – Burial The Crystal Sphere.
This new release in the brewery’s ongoing dank IPA line up, Burial The Crystal Sphere combines fresh peaches and honey with hot lineup of hops.
What a privilege to co-exist with the wonder of our world’s bounty. Made with fresh peaches and honey and double dry-hopped with Amarillo, Simcoe, Azacca hops.
Burial The Crystal Sphere will be available when the brewery opens on July 22nd. No distribution.
Style: Imperial IPA (w/ Peaches. Honey.)
Hops: Amarillo, Simcoe, Azacca
Availability: 16oz Cans
Asheville, North Carolina’s Burial Beer and Miami’s J. Wakefield are teaming up on a new dessert beer. Meet The Cosmic and Divine.
Think of the “Turtle” candy when approaching this beer. The brand was developed by the DeMet’s Candy Company in 1918. Filled with caramel and pecans and dipped in chocolate, the finished product looks a bit like a turtle.
This beer might not look like a turtle, but it certainly incorporates similar flavors. The base is an imperial stout that has been fermented with lactose for added creaminess, plus salted caramel, chocolate, and toasted pecans.
Upon the backs of behemoths, we hatch the most worthy of ideas. Made with our dear friends at J. Wakefield Brewing, this Imperial Stout was fermented with lactose and salted caramel from Asheville’s Postre Caramels, and then aged with chocolate and toasted pecans.
Burial The Cosmic and Divine will be available in 12 ounce cans when the brewery opens on July 12th. Distribution will be limited.