This 9% Belgian-style ale was originally brewed to commemorate Pisgah's 200th batch. Packed with over one pound of cherries and raspberries per gallon, the Red Devil balances delicately between tart and not-too-sweet. Treat yourself to a half-pour of Red Devil with a half-pour of Nitro Stout on top for some chocolate covered cherries.
Our triple ale contains moderately fruity esters of banana and spicy clove mixed with an alcoholic complexity supported by a soft malt character. One of Pisgah's most celebrated efforts, this Belgian classic is pale gold in color and comes in at 9.5% ABV
Pisgah Pale is a perfect blend of rich organic malts with whole-leaf Chinook and Nugget hops. A crisp, clean profile makes this, our flagship beer, distinct. 31 I.B.U.
This west-coast style IPA combines whole cone Chinook and Nugget hops, lending to a fresh, floral, piney and citrus character. This is the beer you take to the top of the mountain! Available in 6-pack 12oz cans
The hardest working beer in Buncombe county, a hint of organic chocolate malt lends this classic brown ale a medium caramel infused body with a deep mahogany color. A malt forward presence showcases Pisgah's line of organic ingredients while leaving this beer remarkably drinkable.
In the Sprit of Metanoia comes the latest creation of the barrel-aging program at Pisgah Brewing. Known as Pisgah Oak Aged Pale (P.O.A.P.) this beer is exactly as it sounds - the classic Pisgah Pale Ale aged for a year in Oak wine barrels. A proprietary blend of barrels makes this unique sour beer tart and robust from start to finish. Released in a limited run of 750ml bottles on 11/25/14. 4.8% abv
Pisgah's classic stout made from a careful balance of organic roasted malts then finished on nitrogen. Enjoy this pub classic made year round at Pisgah Brewing!
Five organic malts are blended and balanced by a single addition of whole-leaf Chinook or Nugget hops. This, one of the darkest of Pisgah beers, is rich and smooth!
The 2nd in the 7-sisters series of IPA's, the Stomping Knobb IPA is a mouthful of floral hop aroma and bitterness to match as it goes down. Focusing on the Columbus hop, Stomping Knobb IPA also features a delicate balance of Citra and Chinook that gives this beer a distinct bitterness while keeping the grain bill light as to focus on the hop flavors. This beer is named for one of the middle range peaks of the 7-sisters range in the Swannannoa River Valley, of which Greybeard is the father mountain.