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Asheville craft beer attorney Derek Allen to open own firm

Asheville craft beer attorney Derek Allen to open own firm

The new firm, Allen, Stahl & Kilbourne, is set to be up and running full bore in October.

by September 10, 2019 1 comment Asheville News
Karen Cragnolin, the retired founder of the nonprofit RiverLink, spoke to the Asheville Planning & Zoning Commission during its regular meeting on Sept. 4. Cragnolin expressed her opposition to the proposed location of a restaurant along the banks of the French Broad River, at 144 Riverside Drive./ photo by Jason Sandford for Ashevegas.com

Asheville P&Z votes down proposed riverfront restaurant

The Jettie Rae’s Fish n’ Such restaurant proposal heads to Asheville City Council next for a final decision.

by September 5, 2019 0 comments Asheville News
Asheville City Council approves new Mainstay Suites hotel on Brevard Road

Asheville City Council approves new Mainstay Suites hotel on Brevard Road

Before her vote to approve the hotel, Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer said City Council is struggling with the ongoing wave of hotel construction.

by October 10, 2018 2 comments Asheville News
Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Ping-pong pop-up, Pong AVL, set for Asheville debut

Ashvegas Hot Sheet: Ping-pong pop-up, Pong AVL, set for Asheville debut

Also, Static Age Records recently celebrated 14 years in business in Asheville, and much more.

by April 16, 2018 1 comment Asheville News
Q&A on N.C. alcohol law in wake of ‘unprecedented’ Asheville meeting of ABC, ALE, brewers

Q&A on N.C. alcohol law in wake of ‘unprecedented’ Asheville meeting of ABC, ALE, brewers

Ward and Smith attorneys Derek Allen and Hayley Wells offer details on what ALE and ABC officials discussed with mountain brewers.

by July 23, 2015 0 comments Asheville News
N.C. ALE officials put Asheville-area craft breweries on notice

N.C. ALE officials put Asheville-area craft breweries on notice

In its most high-profile action in years, N.C. ALE cited 10 Asheville-area craft breweries for a host of alleged alcohol law offenses.