West Asheville Watch: Hundreds pack Isis Music Hall to talk with New Belgium reps

From West Asheville Watch

By Bill Rhodes

There was not a parking spot to be be had from State Street to Sand Hill Road on or near Haywood Road. The draw? New Beligum Brewing held an open house informational meeting at the Isis Music Hall.

Kim Jordan, CEO and Jay Richardson, Asheville project manager for New Belgium pressed the flesh and got to know about their new neighbors here in West Asheville.


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