Hi-Wire Brewing to Open 26,000 Square Foot Production Facility


Asheville, NC — This July, HiWire Brewing will open a 26,000 square foot production facility in Biltmore Village, Asheville, North Carolina. Now that the arrival of their new 30 barrel brewhouse is imminent, HiWire Brewing is pleased to announce that their new facility is located in Biltmore Village, directly behind Appalachian Vintner at Two Huntsman Place. Previous to this announcement though, the one and a half year old brewery decided to remain tight-lipped about the exact location of their new building.

“We were super excited, back in late 2014, when we placed an order for our sparkling new dream brewhouse from Europe,” stated Adam Charnack, co-owner of HiWire Brewing. “We didn’t want to jump the gun, though, on announcing too many details about our future operation at that time…simply because we didn’t have all the answers. Now that our real estate is secured, loan closed, construction underway, and brewhouse ready to ship, it’s time to tell the world about our latest pride and joy!”

The new facility, which will be warmly referred to as the Biltmore “Big Top”, most recently housed Asheville-based ISM, an industrial metal machining shop. The building is uniquely equipped to house a brewery as it is a large, square building with high ceilings and a number of loading docks. Additionally, the Big Top has ample space for the brewery’s second tasting room, regular tours of the facility and outdoor seating.

“Finding 26,000+ square feet of existing industrial space in Asheville that is conveniently located to everything there is to do in town, is short of impossible,” add Chris Frosaker, another of HiWire Brewing’s co-owners. “But when we first heard about and toured our soon-to-be production facility, my business partner, Adam, and I looked at each other and immediately said, ‘Yup, this is it. Now, we’ve got a lot of work to do!’ Conveniently located close to where our customers live, our employees live, and Asheville’s tourists visit, the Big Top’s location is A+.”

Visitors to Asheville will find that the HiWire production facility is conveniently located one half mile away from the Biltmore Estate and less than two miles from it’s Downtown Asheville brewery, which will continue to be fully operational. Visitors of either location can find the hours of operation on the brewery’s website and social media pages.

To learn more about HiWire Brewing, visit www.hiwirebrewing.com

About HiWire Brewing

Located in Downtown Asheville, NC, HiWire Brewing is known for producing approachable and balanced ales and lagers, most notably it’s HiWire Lager, Prime Time Pale Ale, Bed of Nails Brown, and Hi-Pitch IPA. Awarded the most medals at the 2014 NC Brewer’s Cup and Best New North Carolina Brewery of 2013 by RateBeer, HiWire’s award-winning beers can be found on draft and bottles in North Carolina bars and retail shops as well as in their downtown Asheville tasting room. In July 2015, craft beer drinkers can also enjoy HiWire beer at their Big Top, a 27,000 square foot production facility opening in Biltmore Village, a half mile from the Biltmore Estate. In addition to flagship beers, HiWire offers a rotating selection of seasonal brews as well as specialty brews from their Ringmaster’s Reserve Series. Learn more about the company at hiwirebrewing.com

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