Ted Light Lime Headlines Three New Catawba Beer Releases This Week

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Ted Light Lime (4.5 percent ABV) returns to Catawba tasting rooms, now available on draft and in 6-pack cans. This refreshing session ale debuted last summer as an Asheville-made Small Batch beer before going into production as a new year-round offering. Lighter in body and ABV than its namesake Farmer Ted’s Cream Ale, Ted Light Lime is infused with a thirst-quenching hint of fresh natural lime flavor. Look for Ted Light Lime wherever Catawba beers are sold.

imageMisty Mountain Pale Ale (5.6% ABV), the latest addition to Catawba’s Adventure Series, is now available exclusively in their tasting rooms. This limited release is a collaboration with WNC climbing gear manufacturer, Misty Mountain. A light malt bill showcases Centennial hops in this classic American Pale Ale, lending notes of citrus and pine.

Small Batch Pilsner (4.8% ABV) European-style lager will be released on Thursday, April 6. Czech Saaz noble hops provide balance to the subtle sweetness of its pale malt, with earthy floral overtones. The beer finishes crisp and clean, true to style. A portion of proceeds from this beer will be donated to the Jason William Hunt Foundation. Available on draft in Catawba tasting rooms and in limited distribution.

Special Event:

A fundraiser event for the Jason William Hunt Foundation will be held at Catawba Brewing’s South Slope location on Thursday, April 6, beginning at 5pm. The Foundation's mission is to support youth with needs through therapeutic wilderness expeditions. John Hunt, Jason’s father, will be on-site signing copies of his book, Walking With Jason. To read more about Jason and the mission of the foundation, please visit www.jwhf.org

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