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Coffee, Cacao & Boundless Creativity | Hi-Wire’s 10W-40 LineupJuly 18, 2022 | David Nilsen
Hi-Wire Brewing in Asheville, North Carolina, brews a wide range of classic styles ranging from Lagers to IPAs to barrel-aged Sours. Their 10W-40 lineup of Imperial Stouts, however, have allowed them to play with high concept flavor combinations on a familiar Stout foundation, pushing flavor boundaries while staying true to the beer’s classic base style.
Hi-Wire Brewing | Bed of Nails Brown AleJune 8, 2022 | Jereme Zimmerman
Bed of Nails Brown Ale from Asheville, North Carolina’s Hi-Wire Brewing, is an American Brown Ale inspired by British brewing traditions.
Hi-Wire Brewing to Open Louisville LocationAugust 13, 2021 | Jereme Zimmerman
Hi-Wire Brewing of Asheville, North Carolina, is opening its sixth location in Louisville, Kentucky next week. This will be their second taproom outside of North Carolina, and the first out-of-state brewery with facilities in Kentucky.
Asheville Breweries Bloom with Expansions & Taproom ReopeningsApril 14, 2021 | Eeva Sharp
Asheville brewery expansions and reopening announcements have been in full bloom this spring. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. announcing the reopening of their taproom, Hi-Wire Brewing Co. will open a new beer garden and Burial Beer Co. expanding its South Slope footprint. All in all, craft beer fans will have a lot to explore this summer in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Hi-Wire Brewing to Open Taproom in LouisvilleFebruary 8, 2021 | Kindsey Bernhard
Hi-Wire Brewing is coming to The Bluegrass State. Hi-Wire announced it’s opening its sixth taproom in Louisville, Kentucky.
The brewery currently has a total of five taprooms: two locations in Asheville, North Carolina; one in Wilmington, North Carolina; one in Durham, North Carolina; and one in Knoxville, Tennesee. Hi-Wire becomes the first brewery outside of the state of Kentucky to open a taproom in Kentucky.
Ultimate 6er | Mardi Gras BeersFebruary 19, 2020 | Alexis Dickie
Fat Tuesday is right around the corner so it is time for the Ultimate 6er of Mardi Gras beers! Mardi Gras is a celebration that is dear to my heart after living in New Orleans for five years, so I am very excited to share my Mardi Gras beer recommendations with you!
These 6 beers are perfect for parade season. Whether you’re celebrating in New Orleans, Mobile, or on your couch, crack one of these and you’re ready to catch some beads.
What We’re Drinking | March 2, 2018March 2, 2018 | Dan Bortz
We drink beer so you don’t have to! OK, maybe that isn’t true. But we do drink beer, and we love to tell you all about it. These are the beers that our hardworking team of PorchDrinkers has been enjoying this week. Buckle up, folks! This is What We’re Drinking.
The Weekly Buzz | October 27 – November 2November 3, 2017 | Dan Bortz
Did you imbibe a little too much on National American Beer Day? Are you repressing your Halloween memories? Were your International Stout Day celebrations a bit too raucous? We’ve got you covered. Every fun social media moment that the craft beer world could conjure is right here in our handy little list. This is The Weekly Buzz.
The Weekly Buzz | June 30 – July 6July 7, 2017 | Dan Bortz
It’s a federal holiday, an extra day off from work and, above all else, a celebration of independence. The Fourth of July is a celebration of our nation’s independence but, this week, we also found ourselves in a discussion about the independence of craft beer. In this edition of The Weekly Buzz, we’ll explore life, liberty (from Big Beer) and the pursuit of happiness. There’s no better way to pursue happiness than by enjoying a fresh, American-made craft beer, so I suggest you drink one while reading!
The Weekly Buzz | October 28 – November 3November 4, 2016 | Dan Bortz
As we enter into November, we are all feeling beaten down and emotionally drained from all of the election coverage. The arguing and stupidity is really starting to take its … Read More
What We’re Drinking | October 14October 14, 2016 | Dan Bortz
For many Porchdrinkers, the second week of October has brought hardship and struggle (except for those jerks who were having a blast at GABF). The ingenious inventor of the #Bovapose evacuated her home before a Hurricane. Many struggled to keep their sanity during a bizarre presidential debate. I caught a cold. It’s now time to celebrate our collective coping mechanism and explore What We’re Drinking.