Green Man Brewery’s Wayfarer IPA and Sunseeker Pils Are Now Available Year-Round

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August 3, 2016-Asheville, NC- Due to popular demand, Green Man Brewery is increasing production of their first-ever canned offerings, Wayfarer IPA and Sunseeker Pils. The Asheville, NC brewery released it's first can, Wayfarer IPA, in March of 2016 and it's second can, Sunseeker Pils this June.  

Initially branded as rotating offerings, the brewery has made the decision to continue production of these beers year-round, based on the acclaim that they have received.  Both were also originally bottled, but as Green Man has introduced a can program, the style and drinkability of these beers makes them perfect candidates for the first canned options.

Wayfarer IPA, is an American IPA that is heavily dry-hopped with Citra.  The pale malt bill allows for a crisp canvas for the juicy hops to shine.  This is the third year that Green Man has released Wayfarer.

Sunseeker Pils is Green Man's newest packaged offering. An authentic German Pils brewed with pilsner malt and Vanguard and Magnum hops, Sunseeker offers a refreshing and clean palate while staying true to the signature full-flavor that Green Man prides itself on.

Both Wayfarer IPA and Sunseeker Pils will be found throughout Green Man’s distribution footprint which includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida.  Look out for additional canned rotating offerings in the coming months, but Wayfarer and Sunseeker are here to stay.

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