Several Asheville breweries allow exclusively outdoor seating or remain closed.
Across the Asheville area, brewery figures are struggling with quiet taprooms and other significant changes to the industry.
Area breweries rely on to-go and delivery orders while taprooms are closed.
Western North Carolina’s mountain views beckon home cooks to head outside.
Young people and animals are generally welcome at local taprooms, though certain exceptions apply.
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Asheville’s pet-friendly ways extend to its breweries, but bringing animal friends to a taproom is more complicated than it may seem.
Asheville’s newest brewery opens July 13 at 155 Thompson St.