Burial Beer Co

Asheville, NC

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National donut day? Burial Skillet Donut Stout is our favorite inspired beer

Burial Skillet Donut Stout cans

Burial Skillet Donut Stout cans return at the start of June for the last time in 2018. 

Burial Skillet Donut Stout is an oatmeal stout and is brewed with molasses, milk sugar, and a 50/50 blend of Big Trouble and Hologram Counter Culture Coffee. This fan favorite is big on coffee with just a tiny hint of milk chocolate, finishing silky smooth. Breakfast beer? Dessert beer? That’s up to you. We’ve turned it into a pool beer when it comes back in the summer time.

Cold black iron. Never decaying, it is held to the fire to unearth impeccable flavor from whatever it holds. Never biased, it welcomes all ingredients. The Skillet is our most trusted and daring tool of culinary ingenuity. It is the perfect barrier-carrier for this rich, black ale. This breakfast stout is made from a blend of nine barley malts, a healthy scoop of oats, milk and molasses sugars, and our favorite blend of freshly roasted Counter Culture Coffee beans. Welcome the day with rich cocoa, smooth caramel, dark fruits, and an abundance of diverse coffee aroma unlike no other. Drink your breakfast.

Burial Skillet Donut Stout 16-ounce cans and draft will return to the taproom and distribution starting the week of June 1st. This is the last time you can buy Skillet in cans in 2018.

Style: Imperial Stout/Oatmeal Stout (w/ CoffeeLactoseMolasses Sugar)
Malt: 6-Row
Hops: Nugget
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Latest Return: Week of June 1st, 2018

8% ABV, IBU: 60

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Burial Own Benefactor returns this weekend, a collab with Carton Brewing

Burial Own Benefactor

This weekend Burial Own Benefactor, a collaboration with New Jersey’s Carton Brewing, returns this weekend.

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? If it’s anything like the last release – yes.

Burial Own Benefactor will be available in 16-ounce cans at the brewery in Asheville. Potential distribution to follow.

Style: IPA
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Debut: 8/26/17
Latest Return: 3/24/18

6.4% ABV, 50 IBUs

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Mixed Culture Saison: Burial The Veil Behind the Curtain welcomes Spring

Burial The Veil Behind the Curtain

Burial The Veil Behind the Curtain debuts today marking the first day of spring. 

The decay of Winter’s final demise has fallen, says Asheville’s Burial Beer. Today marks the first day of spring, and with it comes this fermented tribute. The brewery’s Keeper’s Veil Honey Saison has been aged in wood and refermented with a flower blend of chamomile, hibiscus, passionflower, elderflower, and lavender.

The beer is vibrantly botanical with notes of cranberry, lemon zest and rhubarb, and a quaffable acidity.

Each bottle is hand-dipped in beeswax and rolled in a blend of flowers. Limited to the brewery starting March 20th at a special brewery event. No distribution.

Style: Saison (w/ HoneyChamomile, Hibiscus, Passionflower, Elderflower, Lavender. Oak Aged)
Availability: 750ml Bottles. Brewery only.
Debut: 3/20/18

?? ABV

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A brooding, dark sour? Burial The River to Hell Runs Red

Burial The River to Hell Runs Red

If this is Burial Beer Co.’s idea of what the rivers in hell taste like, count us in.

The Asheville, North Carolina based brewery’s Solera program has yielded another release, and it indeed runs deep red. Burial The River to Hell Runs Red is Oud Bruin ale (Flanders Brown Ale) that spent 6 months in Brunello foeders, only to be re-fermented in Sanctuary Vineyards Tempranillo barrels for 9 months. Hold on, not done. 75% of this sour ale was aged on raspberries, while the remaining 25% on blueberries.

The release is truly a dark, brooding, sour ale. As it warms the depth of this beer is revealed – a wash of bold Spanish black grapes and a subtle hint of dry Italian wine barrel, finishing with just the tiniest hint of vinegar and raspberry. Fans of sours like The Bruery Tart of Darkness or Jolly Pumpkin Noel De Calabaza will find a new love in hell here.

Burial The River to Hell Runs Red is a brewery only release, in 16.9-ounce bottles.

Style: American Wild/Sour Ale (w/ Blueberries. Raspberries. Foudre Aged. Wine Barrel Aged.)
Availability: 16.9oz Bottles
Debut: 1/13/18

7.5% ABV

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Run the Jewels & Burial Stay G-O-L-D IPA returns again in October

Burial Beer S-T-A-Y-Gold IPA-can

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.

Style: IPA
Availability: 16oz Cans.
Debut: 4/7/17
Latest Release: 10/11/17

6% ABV

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Burial Beer Jealous & Murder, a collaboration with Blackberry Farm Brewery

Burial Beer Jealous & Murder

Burial Beer Jealousy & Murder, a collaboration with Walland, Tennessee based Blackberry Farm Brewery, debuts on September 30th.

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
Hops: Saphir
Availability: 750ml Bottles
Debut: 9/30/17

6.3% ABV

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Burial Consequence of Humanity debuts this weekend

Burial Consquence of Humanity

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)
Hops: Citra

Availability: 16oz Cans
Debut: 9/9/17

8% ABV