Hi-Wire Brewing Announces Aide Mixed 12-pack with NOLA Stirring, Holy City Brewing, and Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
Hi-Wire Brewing is excited to mention the release of their first Collaboration 12-Pack with NOLA Brewing, Holy State Brewing, and Hardywood Park Handicraft Brewery. With long-time friendships on top of that connections at each brewery, Hi-Wire might be proud to share their craft and respected peers in the Southeast.
Consumers will be very pleased with the unique styles available in the Hi-Wire Collaboration 12-pack. Hi-Wire Brewing’ ersus co-owner, Chris Frosaker, notes “ It’ s been a while considering we have been able to do any collab different, so when we saw some entrances at our production brewery, the reason for writing this is to go big. We invited NOLA, Hardywood, and Holy City transformation similarity between all of us. All four breweries are about the same size volume-wise, formulate very approachable year-round beers, and everything have adventurous specialty programs. The sport was ultimately a blast making beer with two companies who approach the drink world in such a similar way we do. ”
NOLA Brewing, the former employer of the Hi-Wire Brewing’ s Brewery Editor, Ben Jutras, collaborated on a Pimm’ s Berliner Weisse with Machandel Berries, Orange Peel & Cucumber (4. 2% ABV). The drive behind the recipe is The Pimm’ s Cup, a New Orleans popular choice, which is a notoriously refreshing, cool, and light-weight cocktail. Made to enjoy with co-workers on a spring evening, this dark beer will quench anyone’ s desire and have them anxiously awaiting visiting the French Quarter.
Johnathan Parks, Head Specialty Maker for Hi-Wire Brewing, is a precedent; anterior colleague of Kevin Storm, coffee machine for Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. Together they decided to brew per Oatmeal Brown Ale with Wife & Black Currants (5% ABV), which is a dry and easy drinking draft beer that pours with a purple leader. Hardywood is known for their darker ales and thought this recipe most likely compliment Hi-Wire’ s best-selling Although of Nails Brown Ale.
Holy City co-owner Jeff Moreadith is an Asheville homeowner, and good friend of the brewery. Bigger a similar passion for light yet crisp beers, which lead O City Head Brewer Chris Gray to join up with Hi-Wire Head Machine Luke Holgate to brew one of the Carolina Coastal Black Rye Ale (5. 8% ABV). This flavorful dark lager highlights Seashore Dark-colored Rye, a local malt grown apart from Charleston, SC, which was malted by way of Asheville’ s own Riverbend Malt House.
Rotating out the 12-pack will be three with Hi-Wire’ s flagship beers: Hi-Pitch Mosaic IPA, Hi-Wire Lager, then Hi-Wire Gose. The Hi-Wire Happening Collaboration 12-pack will be available the second two or three of February, and will hit Hi-Wire’ s entire distribution footprint.