Our tours are 21 and up.
Skillet Donut Stout is brewed and released twice in January. Skillet is distributed during that month so call your local retailer to see if/when they will receive cans/draft.
Yes. Check out our tours page.
Sorry, we don’t.
Our South Slope and Forestry Camp locations both serve food. Check out individual taproom pages for an updated menu.
Yes! Click over to our private events page.
Est. June 15th, 2013
$35 for a 60-minute experience
Unfortunately, there is no way for us to know how quickly cans or draft of any of our beers will sell out. Beer can sell out in a single day or several weeks and you, our amazing community, determine how long a beer sticks around.
All of our taprooms are dog-friendly. At our Forestry Camp location, we have a full kitchen. As a result, dogs are not allowed inside the taproom, but may enjoy our outdoor seating areas. Please ensure that your dog remains leashed at all times.
No, there are portions of the tour that are inside and outside. As we are located in the Blue Ridge Mountains please plan for in-climate weather upon arrival.
There are elements of the tour that are not wheelchair accessible due to the historic nature of the property. Please reach out to [email protected] for additional information.
Yes, designated drivers are able to take the tour complimentary along with a ticketed guest. Please note that there will be no additional offerings provided for you.
Please plan on wearing closed-toed shoes with hard soles.
All of our hours are listed below.
Anytime we are open.
First, yes it’s Tom Selleck, not Burt Reynolds. Second, when we first opened we were loaned a rare and beautiful velvet Selleck to display our taproom. Soon after, a portrait of Sloth made its way into our hands and the hearts of all who gazed upon his likeness. Meanwhile, on the outside of our brewery, a need to fill the blank canvas of our bare concrete wall began to grow and gave way to a night of long, arduous and soul-searching conversation among Jess, Doug, and Tim to decide what things were important enough to them to immortalize forever. Should it be our logo? A portrayal of our belief in the beautiful and aching cyclical nature of life and death? A light side/dark side piece that is reflected in all our labels?!Sometimes speaking the most important thing about yourself to the world, means speaking about thing that makes you laugh and brings you joy without fail. And sometimes that means your self portrait looks like a world where Sloth and Tom Selleck are best friends on an urban farm brewery nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains, just living their dream of being best buds.
Parking is on site at Burial – Forestry Camp at 10 Shady Oak Dr. Asheville, NC 28803. There is overflow parking next door at Fox Dental.
Currently, we distribute to North Carolina, Georgia, and New York.
Check out the taproom page for an up to date menu.
If you do not see your state listed we currently do not distribute there.
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. We find glory in the things that once were so we choose to celebrate the things that have passed, the things that still are, and the things that will be again.
Unfiltered beer contains some grain proteins, hop particulate and yeast. The simple answer is that these items are still in suspension and that’s what makes a variety of our beers hazy. If it’s hazy, it was intended to be so and is safe to drink.