As of April 1, 2017, Burial is not offering tours and unfortunately does not have a […]
As of April 1, 2017, Burial is not offering tours and unfortunately does not have a date set to start them again. Please stop by their taproom anyway and enjoy a flight! For more information about Burial’s taproom please visit www.burial beer.com.
Burial, for some, is a necessary step to reach the afterlife. At Burial Beer Co., we see it as a celebration: of life, of the cyclical nature of harvest and of the brewing process. This small, industrial space was once solely home to Burial’s one barrel pilot system – where we crafted over 200 batches from 6/13 to 11/14. Nowadays, we brew a bit more beer. At Burial’s taproom you will find our 10 barrel brewhouse (first brew 11/19/14) cranking our the favorites from 18 months of meticulous research and feedback. We invite our loyal beer drinkers to partake in experimental beer drinking. We opened our doors to our humble beginnings June 2013. Since then, we poured special releases almost every weekend and continued to experiment while tweaking and perfecting recipes.
Opened in December 2012, the original brewpub (91 Biltmore) consistently hosts 25+ beers on tap including hop-forward, West Coast-style ales, open fermented Belgians, and barrel-aged beers. With the opening of the second location, The Funkatorium, in October 2013, Wicked Weed is striving to become one of the leading producers of barrel-aged sour and wild beers in the Southeastern United States. Wicked Weed Brewing was awarded a gold medal for both 100% Brettanomyces Serenity in 2013 and Mompara Honey Ale in 2014 at the Great American Beer Festival. Wicked Weed has just opened a 40,000 square foot production brewery, located in Enka/Candler.