Catawba Brewing and Buxton Hall BBQ to host summer party, July 4

On July 4, Buxton Hall Barbecue and Catawba Brewing Company will be hosting a summer bash full of beer and whole-hog barbecue. Catawba will keep the local beer flowing until ten p.m. at the new outdoor space at 32 Banks Avenue, while Buxton will be cooking whole-hog, all-wood barbecue beginning at 2 p.m. until it’s gone.

The final summer series event will be held on July 25 before Buxton Hall opens in August.

From Buxton Hall Barbecue & Catawba Brewing Co.

Press Release:

This Fourth of July, Buxton Hall Barbecue and Catawba Brewing have the ultimate summer party planned. Buxton will be cooking whole-hog, all-wood barbecue, and Catawba will be serving beer as local as it gets at the beautiful new outdoor space at 32 Banks Ave. The food will go from 2 p.m. until it’s gone, and the beer won’t stop flowing until ten at night. And yes, there will be live music – lot’s of it – going from 12 p.m. – 9 p.m. with six different acts.

Elliott and the gang will be tending the fires and the hogs all night long on the 3rd, and then serving it up outside on the 4th where there’s picnic benches, yard games, lots of room for pooches and kiddos, and a beautifully new landscaped space thanks to the efforts of Catawba and the building owners at 32 Banks Ave. – home of Vortex Donuts, Catawba Brewing, and soon to be Buxton Hall Barbecue and Public School Bar. The first installment of this summer series was a raging success, with lots of beer, BBQ, blue skies, bellies filled, and good times had. Be sure to come out for this one, it’s gonna be even bigger.

BBQ is served at 32 Banks from 2 p.m. on.

The Summer Series Continues…
Part 1: Saturday, June 20th – Done and done.
Part 2: Saturday, July 4th – Independence Day, Beer, and BBQ.
Part 3: Saturday, July 25th – Final event before the doors open at Buxton Hall in August!

About Melissa Sibley
Melissa Sibley is from a tiny town near the coast of North Carolina called New Bern, and will be a senior next year at UNC Asheville. She is a Literature major with an emphasis on Creative Writing, and a Psychology minor. She plans to stay in Asheville after graduation and continue to work on her personal and public writing through internships/employment with local publications. Follow me @MissMelissaSib

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