Brewery president Mike Rangel plans to use the lot for parking, family-friendly activities and special events — but is also seeking public input.
Housed within the same space as Westville Pub, one of Asheville’s newest breweries has quietly been operating for nearly a year.
Opinions vary on whether Asheville has too many breweries or if the local industry can sustain more.
Once a rarity on the Asheville-area scene, lagers have become fixtures in a growing number of local breweries.
Four breweries and a bottle shop add to the Brevard area’s local and tourist appeal.
The Short Coxe Avenue brewery’s team embraces operating just outside the South Slope.
The latest in the brewer profile series looks at New Belgium Brewing Co.’s brewing manager, who’s been with the company for 25 years.
With the South Atlantic Hops Conference in town March 16-17, local brewers discuss their favorite hops and the varieties’ standout qualities.
Burial, Catawba, Oskar Blues, Ecusta and Sierra Nevada let the good times roll with holiday celebrations.
The long-time Green Man brewer is now working for the Bryson City brewery.
The third yearly celebration of the state’s female brewing industry workers makes its Asheville debut March 2 at Highland Brewing Co.
The Feb. 23 event at the U.S. Cellular Center is presented by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also produces the annual Ciderfest NC.
The co-founder of Green Man and French Broad has taught English abroad for nearly 12 years and recently published a memoir.
Connie and Mike Baer opened the brewery Jan. 16 with a porter, stout, pale ale, IPA and a cream ale.
The Black Mountain brewery offers a wide selection of house and guest dark beers on Sunday, Feb. 3 — plus free pancakes served by the Pisgah staff.
Hi-Wire teams with Rhinegeist, Revelry and Monday Night for its third spray-paint-themed mix pack.
Local brewery representatives discuss the various factors that have elevated the price of craft beer.
From medals at prestigious national competitions to Asheville’s oldest brewery changing its look after 24 years, 2018 was full of major brewing news.
Local brewery representatives discuss the benefits and drawbacks of using glass growlers or aluminum Crowlers for on-demand packaged beer.
Asheville Brewing Co.’s Doug Riley discusses the history of Christmas Jam’s official beer.
The latest in the brewer profile series spotlights Highland’s Trace Redmond and his research and development work on the brewery’s pilot system.