The AVL Beer Week event stands out thanks to its collection of potent, hard-to-find brews.
There are many ways to enjoy AVL Beer Week, but the biggest celebration is always the Beer City Festival showcase of Western North Carolina brews. The festival, now in its eighth year, goes from noon-5 p.m. Saturday, May 27, at Pack Square Park’s Roger McGuire Green in the heart of downtown. Dozens of beers will be available, […]
Customers at Bern’s Biercafé Au Trappiste purchased the pub’s discounted stock of Wicked Weed bottles and smashed them outside the building in a Boston Tea Party-like protest.
The West Asheville brewery expands its production and entertainment offerings.
The play, produced by the locally based Ellipsis Theater Company, is a tale of new neighbors and rocky relationships.
The Waynesville brewery triples its brewing capacity and adds a canning line.
The award-winning, Asheville-based craft brewery will become part of the international corporation’s High End unit.
The Mills River cidery is offering new drinks and events for spring.
In the 1950s and ’60s, Leiber and Stoller were on the top of their game, knocking out hit after hit, recorded by the likes of Elvis, The Drifters, The Coasters and many others.
Thirsty Monk’s Open Brewing becomes a coffee pub while the chain’s efforts to purchase French Broad Brewing Co. continue.
Asheville’s first craft brewery releases three new beers and opens its Meadow for free and ticketed concerts.
The best advice here is to hold on tightly and be prepared for a wild ride. At its essence, this bunch is mostly seeking romance with other characters from the script, but not finding that sentiment returned.
The event will feature a blend of North Carolina-made cider, live music, exhibits and demonstrations.
With a total seating capacity of about 160, the combination restaurant and brewery adds another new player to the growing Sweeten Creek Road beer scene.
Asheville Brewing Co. celebrates National Humor Month with screenings of comedy classics and new beers made in honor of the films. The new brews were named through a customer contest.
When Attic Salt founders Marci Bernstein and Jeff Catanese moved their company to Asheville from New York, officially relaunched in 2013, The Nerd was hot on their radar. “We tried to get the rights and got turned down,” Bernstein says.
This season, 11 Thursday home games at McCormick Field will feature discounts on local brews.
Je Ne Sais Quad, the first of four beers celebrating the bottle shop’s 10 years in Asheville, debuts Friday, March 31.
The brewery opened with a golden rye made with organic malt, and is following that with a a porter, a red ale and a turmeric ale, all brewed with with fresh well water from owner Phil Desenne’s five-acre farm.
This is the 18th year for the tour and its first visit to Asheville.
Ten years is a long time for any restaurant to thrive and survive, especially in Asheville’s highly competitive dining scene. But Luella’s Bar-B-Que has reached that decade mark and will celebrate Tuesday, March 21, with a special anniversary beer plus food-and-brew pairings at both the Merrimon Avenue and Biltmore Park locations. Luella’s has teamed with Asheville’s Hi-Wire […]