A recent visit from international beer importers may point to new distribution possibilities for Asheville’s brewing industry.
The Black Cloud honors the memory of Justin Shearer, and Wedge, Burial and Catawba release new small-batch seasonals.
The Henderson County brewery hosts the second Fletcher Firefly Festival on Saturday, June 24, in its new Firefly Field.
**UPDATED JUNE 14** Burial turns four, Catawba collaborates with Biltmore Farms Hotels and more local beer news.
Local homebrewers Tim LaBruyere and David Maida brought home prizes for their exceptional beers.
L.A. McCrae discusses plans for the area’s first black, queer, female-owned brewery.
Catawba Brewing releases a new German-style pale lager, Thirsty Monk opens Brother Joe’s Coffee Pub and Burial Beer rolls out a new small-batch offering.
The next installment in the monthly, late-night Buxton Presents series doubles as a pre-party for the Morganton brewery’s State of Origin festival.
Sarah and Paul Casey bought French Broad on June 1 with plans to renovate and expand its existing tap room.
The esteemed beer historian teamed up with the Weaverville brewery for an informative lecture featuring forgotten beer styles.
Chef Parker Schultz used an impressive selection of Stone beers as inspiration for an original menu that equaled — and arguably surpassed — its liquid counterparts.
Locally owned and operated for 32 years, the distributor gets numerous Asheville area breweries’ products into stores, taprooms and restaurants throughout Western North Carolina.
**UPDATED JUNE 2** Burial, Catawba, Wedge and more tap new brews in addition to AVL Beer Week festivities.
Fifty independently owned breweries will participate in The Funk Collective at Birds Fly South Ale Project in Greenville, S.C.
The first big event of the 2017 AVL Beer Week celebration offered brews for just about every taste.
The AVL Beer Week event stands out thanks to its collection of potent, hard-to-find brews.
The Mountain Sports Fest, which will be held May 26-28, enters its 17th year with a new director, several fresh events and a three-year grant from the City of Asheville worth $5,400 per year.
AVL Beer Week 2017 presents a full roster of special releases, tap takeovers, festivals, dinners, parties and even some opportunities for yoga and bhangra dancing.
Asheville law enforcement officers provide tips on how to have a safe and enjoyable Beer Week.
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, […]
Asheville’s second oldest brewery looks back on two decades of operation with rare bottles, new creations and a round-table discussion of sour production history.