Hi-Wire Brewing Celebrates 4th Anniversary

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Hi-Wire Brewing will be celebrating their 4th Anniversary on Saturday, July 22 at 5:00pm at their Big Top Production Brewery | 2 Huntsman Place | with a variety of circus-themed attractions, including a glass-house maze, ferris wheel, dual aerialist acts, tarot card reader, stilt walkers, a high striker, a face painter and much more. Additionally, they will be pouring sixteen, never to be seen again, sour and wild ales.

Hi-Wire Brewing opened a little over four years ago at their 3,000 square foot South Slope location, only brewing and distributing in the Asheville area. Today, Hi-Wire Brewing distributes to five states, and works out of a 27,000 square foot production facility in the Biltmore Village area of Asheville.

Reflecting on the past four years, co-owner Adam Charnack notes "While it's been only four years since Chris and I started Hi-Wire, it feels like forty years sometimes. I hear similar feedback from our loyal fans as well 'haven't you guys been around for like six or seven years?' So much has changed in four years, including our now two-year-old Big Top facility being built and our incredible growth. But our commitment to quality and innovation as well as to the communities that we're a part of has only grown deeper and deeper. Thanks to everyone who's been such a big part of our success - our employees, accounts in the marketplace that have supported us, our distributors, and, of course, you - our fans. Cheers!"

Step Right Up! and come enjoy this family-friendly party with Hi-Wire Brewing. Admission is $10 and includes commemorative glassware and two beer tokens. For more information visit www.hiwirebrewing.com or follow us on social media @hiwirebrewing.

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