A mixed culture Farmhouse Ale fermented with Brettanomyces and bacteria and then refermented on pineapple sage from Rayburn Farms for 3 months. The Azacca, Mosaic, Galaxy, and Motueka hop additions pair harmoniously with this wild yeast strain to create a mildly tart, funky, and tropical treat
This hazy IPA was brewed with a modest malt bill of American 2-Row, Wheat, & Oats. Bursts of Citrus, Tropical Fruit, Lychee, and Papaya due to the double dry hop of Mosaic & Citra Lupulin Powder, El Dorado, and Motueka. The combination of the oats and the hop bill creates a full mouth feel that resembles that of a glass of OJ!
Single Malt: Pilsner and Single Hop: Pekko. This hop named after the finnish god of field and crops, very floral and herbal with a touch of pineapple
A light seasonal ale using fresh pumpkin, ground nutmeg, organic clove and ceylon cinnamon. A once a year treat that aims to please!
Brewed in the traditional German style, this tart, floral ale features pink Himalayan sea salt and crushed coriander. We added a fresh local twist by adding hibiscus from Rayburn Farms out of Barnardsville, NC
Juicy Pale Ale
This hazy Pale Ale was brewed for our good friends at Happy Hens and Highlands (where our spent grain goes) and their newest addition to their herd, Baby James! He had some health issues at first and was forced to stay in the house with the dogs and now believes he is one and just wants to chase cats all day! We crafted an ale that resembles his golden color and paired it with Chinook, Simcoe, and Cascade to create a juicy, grassy, and somewhat “catty” pale ale with a complex malt bill of Pilsner, Vienna, Munich, Oats, and a touch of Rye.
A love for beer and the outdoors go hand in hand in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The Find Your Pint beer series in August and September celebrates that connection by raising funds to protect the Blue Ridge Parkway, the 469-mile scenic route from Shenandoah National Park to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In 2016, more […]
Hoppy Pale Ale
Named after the address of our second location opening soon at 520 Haywood Road in West Asheville. This dry-hopped ale with Simcoe, Mosaic, and Azacca hops and a modest malt bill of Wheat, Pilsner, & Oats allows notes of tropical fruit, pineapple, and ripe mango to shine throughout.
Join us in a community event at One World Brewing to support the Global White Lion Protection Trust located In Timbavati, South Africa. The saying there is, “If you hurt the lion, you hurt the land. If you kill the lion, you kill the land.” We will share information about how the lion population is […]
(S)ingle (M)alt (a)nd (S)ingle (H)op ale Brewed with Kohatu hops from New Zealand and Pilsner malt from Germany. A complex hop with a crisp, fruity aroma. Flavors of tropical fruit, pears, stone fruit and lime citrus.
We live in an extremely beautiful place amid ancient mountains that are home to a rich diversity of plants and animals. Our forests offer us so much and in return it is our responsibility to stay informed and involved with their care-taking and management. The Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests have been revising their Forest […]
Last month One World Brewing helped conjure up a 3-way collaboration brew with Sanctuary BrewingCo. in Hendersonville and Habitat Brewing Co., located in the rear of the Moog building in DowntownAsheville. We decided on a super juicy Brett IPA and we’re calling it “Three’s Company.” It’s got an ABVof 7% and is light on the […]