Here’s a quick look at some of what’s happening around town, including Bike Love ’17 and the season opener for the Blue Ridge Roller Girls.
Beer proceeds benefit two area non-profits as Wicked Weed, Hi-Wire, New Belgium, Wedge and Highland breweries help celebrate.
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Also, construction projects at Asheville Outlets and along Patton Avenue in downtown move forward, and more.
Also, an update on the River Arts District form-based code, plans to improve Livingston Street and much more.
The Asheville Area Arts Council hosts an art exhibition opening Friday showing the history of the Craven Street site of New Belgium Brewing, and more.
It’s shaping up to be another big year in beer for Asheville.
New Belgium’s brewery is set to open in Asheville in spring 2016.
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As the Deschutes decision comes down to the wire, the Buncombe County brewing community prepares, once again, to put its best beer forward.
New Belgium is currently testing brewing equipment and plans to begin making beer before the end of this year.
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Jobs in brewing, packaging, distribution, quality assurance and the tasting room will be posted in the next two weeks.
A beer-toting, film-traveling, nonprofit-benefiting show by New Belgium, in downtown Asheville’s Pack Square Park.
An Asheville contingent was in Raleigh on Wednesday to push for benefit corporation legislation in North Carolina.
In the video, a pants-less Wainscott wastes no time setting the tone for his candidacy.
Also, star gazing at UNCA’s observatory, “sketchy” T-shirts and more.
All the vessels are scheduled to arrive on Craven Street in Asheville by Jan. 10.
Jay Richardson, general manager of New Belgium’s new Asheville brewery, said Tuesday that construction at the Craven Street site will peak from now until April.
Six big brewhouse tanks will arrive on trucks from Charleston starting the second week in January. Another set of fermentation tanks will arrive in March.
Pile-driving resumes, the walls are up on the packaging hall and the brewhouse foundation will be poured this weekend.
A portion of proceeds of the sale of the Tributary Imperial Brett Saison will benefit the WNC Alliance’s French Broad River Keeper.
New Belgium’s new East Coast brewery in Asheville is starting to take shape.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.