UpCountry Brewing is rolling out more cans with its Dill Pickle Gose hard-seltzer and beer mix collaboration with Devil’s Foot Beverage Co.

UpCountry Brewing is rolling out more cans with its Dill Pickle Gose hard-seltzer and beer mix collaboration with Devil’s Foot Beverage Co.

UpCountry Brewing Cans “Dill Pickle Gose”

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UpCountry Brewing is rolling out more cans! The brewery is canning its hard seltzer collaboration brew with Devil’s Foot Beverage Co. Cans will be available beginning on Wednesday, May 6th, just in time for the warmer weather.

George Washington is said to have collected over 400 varieties of pickles. We honor that U.S. tradition by creating this unique pickle beer. With a vibrant flavor so strong you can almost hear the crunch, this dill and cucumber infused gose explodes with the taste of pickles and finishes tart and dry.

“The Dill Pickle Gose is definitely one of the more unique recipes we came up with,” says UpCountry Brewing’s Owner John Cochran. “We’re grateful for the feedback Asheville is giving us about it and are excited to have this beer in cans for everyone to enjoy.”

UpCountry Brewing is located at 1042 Haywood Road in West Asheville. Cans of Dill Pickle Gose will be available at the taproom, in local bottle shops, and at surrounding Ingles stores beginning May 6th.

Fast Facts

  • Beer: Dill Pickle Gose
  • Style: Gose
  • ABV: 4.8%

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