Highland Brewing - 4.9 IPA 12oz Bottles Coming 3/3

Today we get a peek at a new bottle coming from Highland Brewing.  This is 4.9 IPA and it is brewed with Mosaic, Centennial and Ekuanot hops and it will be packaged in 12oz bottles.  The “4.9” in the name symbolizes the 4.9%-AbV of this sessionable IPA, and stay tuned here for release info and sampling details.

This update from Highland:

4.9 IPA Release Party

Location: Tasting Room


Friday, March 3 from 4:00pm to 9:00pm

Tasting Room Hours:
Open 4:00-9:00 pm; Music 7:00-9:00 pm (FREE)

Food Truck:
Amazing Pizza Company | The Real Food Truck

Music Style:
Ragtime, Boogie, Viper Jazz, Lighting Speed Folk

RSVP on Facebook!

Join us for the release of 4.9 IPA at Highland Brewing Company located in Asheville, NC.

Join us for our first year-round release of 2017! Lively and light-bodied, 4.9 celebrates Mosaic®’s stone fruit and herbal notes, while a Centennial and Ekuanot™ dry hop adds layers of bright citrus. Balanced by a varied malt profile, with enough bitterness to satisfy hop enthusiasts, this beer is crafted to bring you back for more.

We are EXCITED about this beer! The UPCs are all staff birthdays, the sales team has written haikus about it, the name, while obviously referencing the ABV of the beer, is also a shorter staff member’s height. The pilot batch names also reflect how much fun Highland is having with this beer, ranging from “Yay! IPA,” to “Hip to the Hop IPA,” and the classic “Hop Flash IPA.” You may have had a couple on some of your visits already!

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