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Get nostalgic, AVL: Highland’s Cold Mountain Ale returns

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The annual Cold Mountain release is an especially exciting time of year for Highland — planning for each year’s release begins in spring.

Photo by Kaitlin Trimboli

Anyone who has experienced Highland Brewing’s Cold Mountain Winter Ale understands why it’s a cherished Asheville tradition.

With a flavor profile that’s lovingly tweaked every year, Cold Mountain’s 27th rendition promises a bright pop of fruit balanced by a soft nuttiness, all wrapped up in warming vanilla and cinnamon spice (yeah, we’re feeling the cozy vibes, too).

Don’t miss Highland’s Cold Mountain Release Weekend, Thursday, Nov. 9-Monday, Nov. 13 — featuring an exclusive Cold Mountain Beer Dinner, live music, brewery-only small batch releases + more.

Ale bet you’ll love it

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