Hi-Wire announces two big beer releases

From @HiWireBrewing on Twitter.
From @HiWireBrewing on Twitter.

ASHEVILLE, NC – May 6, 2014 – Hi-Wire Brewing proudly announces both our latest seasonal beer offering, “Snakedancer” Saison, and an entirely new line of limited-release, truly one-of-a- kind beers – the “Ringmaster’s Reserve Series”.

Hi-Wire’s upcoming Spring Seasonal brew is our “Snakedancer” Saison! This saison is a light, highly drinkable spring beer. The yeast imparts a pleasant spice characteristic, while unique Australian hops bring aromas of ripe fruit and melon. Unwind, rejoice, and open up your senses.

Hi-Wire’s Snakedancer Saison will be distributed starting Monday, May 19th. Check facebook and twitter for details on a possible sneak-peak release in Hi-Wire’s tasting room on Saturday, May 17th – during the FA Cup Soccer Finals, where we’ll be offering a lunch of fish and chips starting at 12pm! As usual with Hi-Wire’s seasonal beers, Snakedancer Saison will be available in limited quantities at select retailers both on-draft and in 6-packs as well as at Hi-Wire’s Downtown Asheville tasting room.

Also HUGE news for us, Hi-Wire is debuting our completely new “Ringmaster’s Reserve Series” of mind-blowing brews! Starting with the initial release on May 24th of our Red Zinfandel-wine, barrel-aged Belgian IPA, these limited-release, specialty beers packaged in 750ml bottles will satisfy even the most discerning palates, as they showcase our brewers’ envelope-pushing creative talents.

To celebrate the release of this first-ever offering in our brand-new Ringmaster’s Reserve Series, Hi-Wire’s hosting a special brunch of Belgian Waffles and pomme frites in our Downtown Asheville tasting room at 11am on Saturday, May 24! Bottles will also go on-sale at 11am that morning. Both seats and bottle quantities are limited. Email info@hiwirebrewing.com for brunch reservations. It’s going to be an awesome day at Hi-Wire and a great way to kick-off Asheville Beer Week with us!

About Hi-Wire Brewing

Located at the corner of Hilliard and Asheland Avenues in Downtown Asheville’s South Slope, Hi-Wire Brewing embraces its craft from top to bottom – from its hand-produced beers to its artwork, hand-drawn by a local artist. Awarded the Best New North Carolina Brewery for 2013 by well-respected RateBeer, Hi-Wire’s light-hearted circus theme embodies the fun, authenticity, and creativity of this deep-rooted craft. Find Hi-Wire’s award-winning beers on draft at North Carolina bars and restaurants, as well as at its downtown tasting room, and in 6-packs at retail outlets. Check hiwirebrewing.com for an up-to-date list of places to find Hi-Wire’s beer. Featuring four year-round beers – Hi-Wire Lager, Prime Time Pale, Bed of Nails Brown, and Hi- Pitch IPA – as well as a rotating selection of seasonal offerings, Hi-Wire Brewing invites you to “Walk on the Wire Side”.

About Hayley Benton
Former Mountain Xpress staff reporter and Clubland editor. Former culture and entertainment reporter at the Asheville Citizen-Times. Current freelance journalist. Also a coffee drinker, bad photographer, teller of stupid jokes and maker-upper of words. I can be reached at hayleyebenton@gmail.com. Follow me @HayleyTweeet

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