Hi-­Wire Brewing Announces 2016 Fall Seasonals

imageFrom Hi-Wire Brewing:

Asheville, NC​ ­ After three back­-to-­back months of heat and humidity, most folks are ready for

cooler weather. With the fall season quickly approaching, new seasonal beers are here!

Boasting full-­bodied and malty flavors, Hi­-Wire Brewing is excited to announce this year's fall

seasonals.

For the fourth year in a row, Hi­-Wire Brewing has released its ​Lion Tamer Rye IPA (7% ABV).

This popular seasonal is aggressively hopped with a blend of citrus-­forward Citra and Amarillo

hops. Ruby red in color, Lion Tamer’s citrus fruit flavors are rounded out by the unmistakable

spice of bite and rye. You can find this beer in both of Hi­Wire’s taprooms, and is available in

six­packs and on draught throughout their entire distribution footprint.
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Also available in 6­packs and draught is the Zirkusfest Oktoberfest Lager (6% ABV). ​Scheduled

to hit the shelves mid August, this traditional Märzen boasts all the flavors one wants in a rich

Oktoberfest lager without the heavy finish. The use of Munich malt provides upfront biscuity and

honey flavors that fade into a dry finish.

Finally, Hi­-Wire is releasing a fall specialty beer on August 19th. Available in their taprooms and

seeing limited distribution on draught and 22oz bottles is their Pumpkin Lager (6% ABV). This

lager takes the traditional Vienna Lager to a new level. The malt bill in this beer attributes flavors

of caramel and toasted hazelnut blended with pumpkin puree and a generous amount of fall

spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and allspice) to create a balanced malt­forward beer, perfect

for cool weather. It is sure to be a fall favorite.

Whether your tastes buds lean towards a more traditional Oktoberfest, pumpkin and spices, or 

hops, Hi­-Wire Brewing has the fall seasonal for you. So, get ready to grab your comfy sweater,

stock­up your cooler, and get down on these fall favorites. They will not be around long.

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