Hi-Wire’s new tasting room on Hilliard is set to open later this month.
The brewery could be open as soon as late summer.
That’s 14 breweries in Buncombe County now
The work of more than 50 homebrewers on display and ready for tasting at Wedge Brewery. Yum. Brought to you by Just Economics.
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.
Highland Brewing made a special pale ale in honor of the Grove Park Inn’s 100th birthday.
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.
There are plenty of other job openings, too, including sales manager, sales rep and national account manager.
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.
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.
Police think someone fired an air gun into a mini-storage unit at the site.
A one-barrel brewery and neighborhood taproom, Burial is coming soon to the “South Slope” area of downtown.
New Belgium will start tearing down warehouses on the site first, then move on to site preparation work.