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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.
Erik Weber, one of the owners in the family venture, is a former brewer at Oskar Blues Brewery.
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.
Oskar Blues turns ticketed festival into “private party” after alcohol law enforcement officials bar 26 out-of-state breweries from pouring beer at the event.
This year, Oskar Blues is offering festival-goers the chance to camp at their REEB Ranch facility.
Oskar Blues in Brevard is on track to produce 85,000 in 2015. The expansion will increase capacity to 210,000 barrels.
Upcoming events include races, rides and a Brewing for Greenways beer-making collaboration.
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Burial Beer Company celebrated its expansion recently with the release of the first batch of beer brewed on their new 10 barrel system.
The Colorado-based Oskar Blues has never been shy about making pot references.
The BMX competition brought heart-stopping action to Oskar Blues REEB Ranch in Brevard recently.
The party includes a great music line-up (including The Broadcast from Asheville) and Oskar Blues’ rare specialty beer, Osktoberfest Marzen.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
If you don’t win, there’s a killer after-party. Read on for details, to enter.
About 30 of the best BMX dirt jumpers in the world will be competing in October on a unique course in Brevard. Reserve your ticket now.
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Asheville breweries are bracing themselves for a boom in beer tourists.
The event will showcase the best in dirt riding on a challenging course that includes 10 jumps, including one that will send riders up to 35 feet in the air.
The ranch will feature on-site lodging, direct access to DuPont State Park, a pump track, and post-ride beers alongside a swimming hole.
The pumptrack course, obviously being built for top riders, includes some giant dirt jumps.
The property, dubbed the Oskar Blues REEB Ranch, will be a haven for mountain bikers and an event space, as well as location to feed cattle spent grain from Oskar Blues’ brewing operation.