You know you’ve stumbled upon a special beer week event when you start the night off with a “beermosa” and end with a silly string fight. The LAB’s superhero-inspired beer dinner experience challenged the beer dinner status quo with its combination of live comedy, video, audience participation (complete with costumes for the staff and more dedicated attendees) and, of course, six courses of thoughtfully paired beer and food courses.
Anyone who has eaten at Lexington Avenue Brewery knows that in spite of its name the place is not just about the beer. Xpress recently talked with LAB’s chef, Mike Fisera, about inspiration, outside-the-box beer dinners and his upcoming face-off with King James Public House chef Steven Goff in the Fire on the Rock Competition Dining Series. Photo by Carrie Eidson
Asheville recently garnered more beer-related accolades (on top of our Beer City win and the major breweries opening facilities in the area). It’s almost a given that we’re a not-to-be-missed beer destination at this point. Photo by Anne Fitten Glenn.
Crews were working today, April 24, on installing new steel for a tasting-room expansion at the Lexington Avenue Brewery.
(photo by Bill Rhodes)
Xpress’ exclusive music video series brings you this on-the-fly performance with the rock-centric, experimental drum and bass duo in advance of its upcoming show at The LAB.
In WNC, we’ve got mountains, an agreeable climate, good food and a thriving beer scene, complete with brew-centric festivals. What more could you ask for? Someone to drive you around from brewery to brewery while you liberally sample? Well, we’ve got that too. Brews Cruise, started by Asheville local Mark Lyons, provides an insider’s take […]
Jesse Hamm got this footage at Monday night’s show.
The massive building at 37 N. Lexington Avenue in downtown Asheville was recently purchased for $2.6 million by Cleo River, LLC. And the adjoining Lexington Avenue Brewery plans to lease space in the building to expand operations, reports co-owner Steve Wilmans.
This newly formed rock band with Rudy Columbo, Stacy Moore, Jeff Baucom and Will Chatham performs its debut show at Lexington Avenue Brewery.
Last night, Asheville pop rockers Electric Owls opened the first public show to a packed house at the new Lexington Avenue Brewery listening room.
The Lexington Avenue Brewery invited folks to come out on a chilly Wednesday afternoon and sample its food as the new microbrewery prepares to open to the public.