The work of more than 50 homebrewers on display and ready for tasting at Wedge Brewery. Yum. Brought to you by Just Economics.
Category: Asheville beer
Can’t wait to see the new Haywood Road digs for Oyster House.
The May 26 Asheville Beer Week event is a dinner pairing food from FIG Bistro with Catawba Valley brews. Yum.
Will the Asheville dynasty continue?
Asheville takes serious pride in the local craft, the story notes.
One bill would allow retailers like grocery stores fill growlers; the other would allow people to sell beer in stands at professional sports events such as minor league baseball games.
Tickets to this inaugural event cost $75 and benefit Pints for Prostates campaign.
The de-construction of buildings on the site will continue through the end of May.
The design is still preliminary, but New Belgium said it couldn’t resist sharing.
Tons more spent grain will be produced when Sierra Nevada, New Belgium and Oskar Blues get ramped up, and it will be served up to cows.
Cool poster. I love posters.
Local grain is a critical element in local beer.
The boutique brewery will be a seven-barrel operation, the Beer Guy reports.
Catawba Valley is planning to open an Asheville brewery, and they’re hiring. Apply before April 21.
“Hey Porter” is a bourbon barrel-aged beer created just for what would have been Cash’s 81st birthday.
With one established brewery in the area and three new ones in the works, some are making the argument.
Word is that Hi-Wire Brewing is moving into the space formerly occupied by Craggie Brewing.
Beer drinkers can choose from a selection of dry hops, which can be dunked into your pint.