Part of our Single Malt and Single Hop Series: Motueka comes from New Zealand and is widely used as an aroma hop because it is known for its “Mojito” lime character, lively lemon, and tropical fruit notes. Very minimal hop bitterness with a full, “juicy” mouthfeel.
Slightly sweet farmhouse ale with notes of citrus and coriander – Bittered with Pacific Gem and E.K.G. Very minimal hop presence.
This single malt single hop pale ale is made with Pilsner malt and Huell Melon hops, commonly used for it’s distinctive aromas of honeydew melon, cantaloupe, and strawberry, this ale is light with little hop bitterness, and bursting with fruit flavor!
Once a month we turn down the lights, turn up the volume, and dance underground underneath our disco ball! Mixed Culture takes place on the first Friday of every month and is always free for everyone. The music is always different but the vibe remains the same: Forget your weekly woes, leave negativity at the […]
New World IPA
Let your senses be delighted with this exotic, floral IPA brewed with Rakau and dry hopped with Simcoe and Waimea. Hop-forward and earthy with a clean finish!
English Bitter with a low hop profile. Made with Double Roasted Crystal malt which creates mildly toasty, bold caramel notes
One of the best hops ever to come out of the Pacific Northwest, Citra is the the only hop used in this delicious IPA. Notes of grapefruit, lemon peel, citrus and even peach. Not too bitter, bright and hoppy,
Mild hop presence; dark-roasted with a hint of toasted coconut. Bittered with Brewers Gold and Chinook, finished with East Kent Golding
The question of why we called our brewery One World Brewing is quite common. The name was inspired by the idea of “One Love”, pointing to the interconnectedness of us all. At this time in the world when there is so much chaos and uncertainty on so many levels it is even more important for […]
The current global situation may be a real s**t-show, but we’re not going to let it stop us from being positive and spreading the love. In fact, that’s exactly what we all need to do. Don’t panic, stay organic, keep Asheville weird and spread the love.