Wilson, general manager of Wedge Brewing Co., will join the Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority in September as one of two representatives of businesses not in the hotel or vacation-rental industry.
Chef Trevor Payne celebrates the launch of his new restaurant. Plus: OWL North opens on Charlotte Street; Knuckle-Deep BBQ Fest returns; and more!
Asheville’s newest brewery highlights engagement, while one of its oldest expands downtown.
Area breweries are used to the challenges of winter, but added difficulties from the COVID-19 pandemic have many in the industry extra concerned.
Seasonal celebrations have largely been curbed, but plentiful German-style beers and imports are available throughout the local market.
Several Asheville breweries allow exclusively outdoor seating or remain closed.
Local brewpub owners discuss the safety precautions they’re taking prior to reopening.
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.
Area head brewers reflect on their professional work and why they and others hop from job to job.
The second installment in the experimental art series opens Jan. 31 at Wedge Brewing Co.’s Foundation location.
Local beer personalities reveal what they’ll be imbibing to close out 2019.
**UPDATED NOV. 14** Cold Mountain and Stout Bout return, Tasty Beverage debuts its Fonta Flora-made house beer and more.
**UPDATED NOV. 8** Sideways releases a barleywine 14 months in the making, Oskar Blues taps a Veterans Day ale and more.
**UPDATED AUG. 29** Bhramari releases four collaborative cans, Black Mountain Cider & Mead celebrates its sixth anniversary and more local beer news.
Owners of Green Man, Wedge and Whistle Hop discuss the new rule changes prior to their Sept. 1 implementation.
Multiple local breweries have created literature-inspired beers to honor the institution’s 100 years of of being a free public library.
Young people and animals are generally welcome at local taprooms, though certain exceptions apply.
Opinions vary on whether Asheville has too many breweries or if the local industry can sustain more.
**UPDATED MARCH 14** Irish Stouts abound in advance of St. Patrick’s Day, a pair of Wicked Weed’s Angels return and more local beer news.
With the South Atlantic Hops Conference in town March 16-17, local brewers discuss their favorite hops and the varieties’ standout qualities.