Burial Beer Releasing Seasoned Skillet 2017 & A Paranormal Vibe

31 May 2017

imageFrom Burial:

Seasoned Skillet, a Bourbon Barrel-Aged version of Burial’s Donut Stout is set to

release this Saturday, June 3rd as the culmination of their Asheville Beer Week

events. Last year’s release saw nearly 300 attendees vying for 750ml bottles. In

response, Burial had increased their production, but still anticipate a large showing.

“Skillet Donut Stout was on tap when we first opened our doors four years ago. It

was one of only six beers we had available. To us, this beer represents a journey

from that day, to our first canned beer to our biggest bottle release to-date,” states

co-founder, Jess Reiser. “It reminds us of the support we have been fortunate to

have since day one. So it only makes sense to barrel-age this beer and release it once

a year during Beer Week as a reminder of those first days and to pay homage to the

people who have supported us through the years.”

The brewery’s annual beer week events historically center around the release of

Skillet Donut Stout in cans (one of only two yearly can releases) and Skillet Six Ways

(Thursday, June 2nd at 4pm), a draught only release of six variants of the breakfast

stout paired with mini donuts.

This year, however, a new addition from Burial’s recently launched hazy Double IPA

series will release along side Seasoned Skillet. A Paranormal Vibe DIPA featuring

Citra, Simcoe, Centennial, and Mandarina hops with the addition of Simcoe Lupulin


“We’ve coined this series, ‘Earth As We Now Know It’ because, for us, one of the

things that drew us into the craft beer world was that beer has a story. We tell our

story through the liquid; through the art and the people behind it all, explains Reiser

of the series. “Earth As We Now Know It tells a story of the cycle of life - starting

with death, into the after life through the re-creation of earth and humanity. Style

wise, we continue to evolve as brewers and as a brand- these IPAs represent a

unique take on a style that is saturated in today's market. Look for some killer

c ollabs within this series, new art from David Paul Seymour & innovative DIPAs. 

Drink fresh, but keep the cans as the story unfolds. You will want to look back.”----

For more information about both releases visit:


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