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Cheers to 15 years of Highland Brewing’s Clawhammer Oktoberfest

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Highland named the beer after Clawhammer Mountain in an effort to bring awareness to conservation efforts of Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.

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Clawhammer Oktoberfest, Highland Brewing’s seasonal lager release, is turning 15.

The beer, named after Clawhammer Mountain outside of Brevard, features a recipe consistent with traditional German-style Märzens. Highland’s version is smooth and toasty and pairs especially well with late summer campfires or crisp fall evenings.

Pro tip: Set the vibe with this curated playlist featuring Clawhammer-style banjo heard in traditional Appalachian music.

Clawhammer is a seasonal release, so…

Get sippin’ before it sells out

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