ASHEVILLE, N.C. — UpCountry Brewing has released two new beers this week: a Belgian Tripel and a new Pale Ale. The brewery, with twenty of its own beers on tap, is channeling its creativity with different beer recipes and styles for taproom visitors to enjoy.
The new brews with descriptions are listed below.
This Belgian Tripel is a malt forward and creamy brew. It exudes notes of banana and peppery clove in each sip. Try it today, or get no respect, no respect! Stay tuned for a red wine, barrel aged version. 9.5% ABV, 20 IBU.
Even Flow Pale Ale
This smooth, light bodied pale ale combines Centennial and Cascade to impart an herbal, piney character balanced with light grapefruit undertones. We dry-hopped with a mixture of Cascade and Idaho 007. Have a sip and let thoughts arrive like butterflies…
“We’ve really ramped up the creativity and production in the brew house,” says UpCountry Brewing’s owner, John Cochran. “We’ll be releasing at least one new beer each Wednesday for the next several weeks. This week was a bonus with two!”
UpCountry’s other beer styles include a variety of saisons, IPAs, sours, stouts, and more for Asheville to enjoy. The brewery is located at 1042 Haywood Road in West Asheville and provides a full menu featuring craft beer, cocktails, and food.
About UpCountry Brewing
UpCountry Brewing’s mission is to create awesome experiences while sharing our passion for craft beer, local music, and for getting outside. We accomplish this by focusing on the Carolina mountain region where we live and play.
As a community-oriented brewery, our West Asheville taproom is the perfect spot to plan your next adventure while catching up with family and friends. With a large backyard, intimate indoor seating, and a generous space for live local music, UpCountry Brewing serves a wide variety of craft beer styles while providing a full brewpub food menu for locals and visitors alike.
UpCountry Brewing was founded in 2016 by John Cochran, a craft beer industry veteran since the mid-1990’s. John has worked many beer-related jobs in his 20+ years in brewing (including co-founding Terrapin Beer Company), and he is excited to get back to his roots by offering a small, local brewery with a spotlight on fun times, good friends, and great beers.