Celebrate the Christmas Season With Burial Beer

It's been a big couple of weeks for Burial Beer.  The new 10 barrel brewhouse is up and running, cranking out 10 times as much beer as before.  With all of this extra beer being made, tasting room hours have been expanded to 6 days a week, including Jazz Brunch Sundays complete with live music and New Orleans style food.  With Christmas around the corner, Burial shows no signs of slowing down for the Holiday.  In fact, they'd love you to come out and help celebrate next week with growler fills and a new collaboration beer.  This is from their Press Release:

December 16, 2014: Its Christmas Time at Burial Beer Co. Our tree is lit and

decorated with ornaments brought in my our community of loyal beer drinkers.

Through Christmas eve, if you haven’t already brought in an ornament for the tree,

you still can. Bring in an ornament and get $5.00 in Burial Cash to use during that

visit or before 1/5/15 toward beer or merchandise. LIMIT ONE PER PERSON.

Also you will be entered into a raffle to win : a burial t-shirt (style and size of

choice), a burial mason Jar, a $10.00 gift certificate and a home-brew kit OR a 50# bag

of Riverbend Malthouse malt OR a 1# bag of simcoe hops. Raffle will be drawn on


We are open Tuesday 12/23 from 4-10PM and Wednesday, Christmas Eve, 12/24 from

3-7PM. On both of these days we will be filling our pre-cleaned, 32oz growlers of

select beers. This is just for these two days. We plan on filling our growlers on a

regular basis after the new year and the exact timing of that will be announced at a

later date. Stop by Burial- take our beer to-go for the holiday!

On christmas Eve, we will be hosting a community potluck. Bring your favorite

appetizer or dessert for people to enjoy and celebrate with a beer in hand. We are

tapping a special keg of our holiday saison brewed with coriander, orange peel, grains

of paradise and star anise as well as a very special keg of a collaborative brew with

platform brewing in Cleveland, OH.

Doug flew with a bag of riverbend malthouse rye malt and some special hops to Ohio last

month and brewed Blue Ridge Brett- a wild, rye ale. We only have one keg and it is being

tapped at 5PM.
— Jess Reiser - Owner at Burial Beer