Fuquay Varina, North Carolina – Aviator Brewing Company, one of the premier craft breweries in North Carolina, launches its latest product called Crackpot Kick Jalapeno Pilsner. The new beer is a variation of the original pilsner with a twist. Crackpot Kick Jalapeno Pilsner is brewed with jalapenos giving it a hotter flavor profile and a level of kick not seen in other pilsners.
“This new pilsner is a fun way to add new and interesting flavors for our customers while still delivering the highest quality pilsner,” said Mark Doble, Founder and CEO of Aviator Brewing Company. “Crackpot Kick Jalapeno Pilsner is the second new product we’ve rolled out this year in a series of limited time offerings in our popular Hangar Series. “ he added.
The new pilsner will be in market from now until early July. It follows the successful Steamhead ale, a california common ale which led the 2018 new product rollout for the Hangar Series. Aviator Brewing has a three-pronged product approach, that includes a lineup of core brands available all year long, the Takeoff Series featuring limited time new products and the Hanger Series that also features new products with wide ranging flavors for a limited time.
Aviator Brewing Company began in November 2008 when Mark Doble started brewing beer in a small airplane hangar. Over the next 10 years the company grew to become one of the largest breweries in North Carolina, adding a lineup of nine core brands including the innovative Takeoff Series, as well as a variety of new products under the Hangar brand. Located in Fuquay Varina, North Carolina, just outside Raleigh, Aviator Brewing Company also owns and operates a group of retail establishments including a restaurant, taphouse and bottle shop. The company is currently in the process of a significant expansion with the brewery and hopes to be underway by the 10th anniversary this fall.
For more information visit: www.aviatorbrew.com
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