Here’s a quick look at some of what to do around Asheville this weekend, including our pick of five places around town to watch the NCAA basketball tournament’s Final Four games on Saturday and national championship game on Monday. Thursday Asheville City Soccer Kick-Off Party, 6-9 p.m. at Hi-Wire Brewing Big Top near Biltmore Village: Celebrate AVL’s new soccer team[Read More…]
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What up, Asheville? If you love the weekend like we do, you’ll love our roundup of weekend events! We also have a special announcement about Underground Sound: The Path to Music Video Asheville. We are so thrilled about this contest, open for submissions now on ashevillegrit.com/undergroundsound. If you’re a musician, upload an amateur video of yourself playing an original song. Voting opens[Read More…]
Also, the Costume Shoppe is seeking a new location and much more.
As the Deschutes decision comes down to the wire, the Buncombe County brewing community prepares, once again, to put its best beer forward.
Sierra Nevada fest will bring 50 breweries from U.S. to Mills River for Burly Beers and Barleywines Fest
A bold new festival, says the North Carolina Craft Brewers Guild, which is partnering with Sierra Nevada for the event.
Also, Burial Beer is now offering a kick-ass jazz brunch on Sundays.
A couple of specific needs: an experienced pizza cook and a bakery/pastry manager.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
Sierra Nevada’s taproom and restaurant should be finished by January, with hiking and biking trails, river access and an amphitheater finished in early 2015 as well.
Brew-ED Beer News: Beer Camp event at Sierra Nevada’s new brewery in Mills River ‘a flawlessly executed first event’
Beer writer Cliff Mori notes Sierra Nevada’s gleaming new brewery, sobriety monitors and more for an event that drew 5,000 beer lovers to Mills River last weekend.
Brew-ED Beer News: More details of Catawba Brewing’s plans for new brewery on Asheville’s South Slope
Asheville breweries are bracing themselves for a boom in beer tourists.
The name of the beer references the record-setting rain of 2013 in Western North Carolina, which slowed construction of Sierra Nevada’s new East Coast brewery.
Sierra Nevada, which is preparing to open its new East Coast brewery in Mills River, also won.
Asheville photographer Stewart O’Shields captures Sierra Nevada’s new Mills River brewery.
Brian Grossman opens the doors to a facility that is both a big-time beer manufacturer and a major league tourist attraction.
Also, Sierra Nevada ramps up hiring.
Also, BREW-ed Beer Tours partners with Asheville Independent Restaurants to offer classes to service industry professionals.
Empire Distributors of North Carolina, which handles Sierra Nevada, is looking to expand.
Sierra Nevada is inviting 12 breweries to its headquarters in California to brew beer in celebration of the opening.
The heads of Sierra Nevada and Dogfish Head breweries will host at The Isis. Infamous Stringdusters provide music. Chefs from the Isis and Biscuit Head cook. Wow.
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.
There are plenty of other job openings, too, including sales manager, sales rep and national account manager.
Check out what the new Mills River brewery complex might look like.