Asheville, North Carolina’s Green Man Brewery will release their first variety pack this month. Various brewery expansions, including new packaging equipment, brought this opportunity forward.
The variety 12-pack will include Green Man’s flagship beers, ESB and IPA, plus Wayfarer IPA and Sunseeker Pils that have just become year-round releases.
This 20th Anniversary variety pack will be available throughout all of the brewery’s 5 state distribution – North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennesse, Georgia, and Florida.
Asheville, North Carolina’s Green Man Brewing is adding Georgia distribution in June, 2016.
The brewery has signed distribution contracts with Leon Farmer and Company in Athens and Gainesville and J&L Ventures in Augusta, which will bring their brewery’s lineup to Athens, Augusta, and Gainesville.
Green Man’s flagship beers, IPA, ESB, and Porter will be the first to hit the shelves, with seasonal 6 pack bottles and cans to follow. The brewery’s footprint currently includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Florida.
Green Man Sunseeker Pils will debut in May, 2016.
Hot on the heels of a new brewery expansion in Asheville, North Carolina comes the brewery’s first packaged lager in years. Green Man Sunseeker Pils is brewed true to style with 100% German hops and pilsner malt.
“It is natural to crave a clean and crisp beer, especially in hot summer months.” says head brewer John Stuart.
Green Man Sunseeker Pils is a 12 ounce bottle and draft offering.
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft.
Release: May, 2016
Distribution: NC, SC, FL, TN
Green Man Wayfarer IPA is the Asheville, North Carolina brewery’s first canned offering. The seasonal is one of the brewery’s most popular seasonal releases in both bottle and draft in the past.
Green Man Wayfarer IPA is a Citra-forward beer, with Simcoe in the dry-hop.
Head brewer John Stuart formulated this IPA with loads of flavorful aroma hops and a pale malt bill. This allows for the Citra and Simcoe hops used in the dry-hop to shine through, creating bright notes of citrusy hops and a pleasant bitter finish.
Green Man Wayfarer IPA is now shipping in 12 ounce cans and draft in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennesse and Florida.
Availability: 12oz Cans, Draft.
Release: March, 2016
Green Man The Dweller Imperial Stout will be available in 4-packs starting in January.
One of the Asheville, North Carolina brewery’s most highly rated offerings, this imperial stout attempts to set the bar for the style.
Robust and warming, this 10% monster of a beer has deep notes of roasted coffee, dark chocolate and burnt toffee. The thick and viscous body suits sipping beside a fire on a wintery day.
Green Man The Dweller will debut on January 22, 2016. Those at the brewery on New Year’s Eve can try a sneak peek of the upcoming release.
Style: Imperial Stout
Availability: 12oz Bottles, Draft. Seasonal
Green Man Thriller Blood Orange Saison joins the brewery’s lineup on October 16th.
Using Amarillo hops and copious amounts of blood orange in a traditional farmhouse ale, Green Man Thriller Blood Orange Saison is born.
This traditional rustic farmhouse ale is brewed with generous additions of Amarillo hops which have a floral and grapefruit aroma, complementing the zesty blood orange. The spicy and dry notes of the Saison yeast linger among flavors of citrus and earth creating a distinctive palate. At 7.7% this beer is sturdy yet very easy to drink. Beware, it is so good you may want to howl at the moon!
Green Man Thriller Blood Orange Saison is a 750 milliliter bottle offering.
Green Man Brewing (Asheville, North Carolina) has expanded its distribution to Florida. The brewery is now shipping Green Man IPA, ESB, Porter, and Harvester to the Sunshine State.
“There has been a huge pull of demand for Green Man down in Florida, and we are excited for our fans to have access to our beer close to home,” says PR Manager Elise Carlson.
In Florida, Green Man distributors Include:
-S.R. Perrot, Inc. in Lake, Flagler, Volusia, and Putnam Counties
The launch welcomes the fourth state added to Green Man’s distribution region, alongside North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.