Hillman’s Old Fort brewery and taproom — the town’s first such establishment — has an anticipated opening date of spring 2020.
Catawba debuts an imperial version of its pumpkin ale, Fermented Nonsense collaborates with Biscuit Head and more local beer news.
**UPDATED AUG. 29** Bhramari releases four collaborative cans, Black Mountain Cider & Mead celebrates its sixth anniversary and more local beer news.
Selections from 30 breweries, plus four canned Bhramari collaborations with notable peers, will be available Aug. 31.
Owners of Green Man, Wedge and Whistle Hop discuss the new rule changes prior to their Sept. 1 implementation.
**UPDATED AUG. 22** The Collaboratory taps its first four house-brewed beers, Catawba works with Spicewalla on a saison and more local beer news.
Beverages clocking in at under 5% ABV from 30 different breweries will be available at the Aug. 24 event.
**UPDATED AUG. 16** Sideways has a dual bottle release, Hi-Wire teams with a New Orleans brewery for a new gose and more local beer news.
Angela and Bryan King are working on building a reputation for craft beer with the new brewery addition to their popular barbecue restaurant.
New Belgium releases an N.C. State-themed lager, Burning Can returns to Oskar Blues’ Reeb Ranch and more local beer news.
**UPDATED AUG. 2** Sweeten Creek, Catawba and Burial release fruit-forward small batches and more local beer news.
**UPDATED JULY 26** Burial releases creative draft-only beers, Bhramari cans a customer favorite for the first time and more local beer news.
Multiple local breweries have created literature-inspired beers to honor the institution’s 100 years of of being a free public library.
Wicked Weed’s new Candler taproom has room for 99 people and features close-up views of its production brewery.
**UPDATED JULY 17** Catawba celebrates its 20th anniversary with five releases, Asheville Brewing cans Ginger the Llama and more local beer news.
Billy and Scott Pyatt reflect on two decades in the brewing industry.
**UPDATED JULY 12** Archetype releases a Raspberry Saison that’s been aging for 20 months, Catawba taps a brown ale inspired by “A Confederacy of Dunces” and more local beer news.
**UPDATED JULY 5** New releases pop up across town as local breweries celebrate Independence Day.
Heidi Dunkelberg and Jesse Latriano discuss their prize-winning beverages from the annual Just Economics fundraiser.
Catawba and New Belgium are among the select Asheville breweries that try to reach beer-loving immigrants from Central and South America.
Eurisko and DSSOLVR collaborate on a DIPA, Highland and Urban Orchard bring back seasonal favorites and more local beer news.