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Also, the Freez (formerly Tastee Freez) on Patton Avenue has announced plans to reopen on Friday, May 1, and more.
Silverball Subs has opened on New Leicester Highway and are slinging to-go sandwiches, and much more.
Also, Chef Steven Goff of AUX Bar in Asheville was recently named the North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association's "chef of the year" following a cook-off competition.
Also, the True Confections bake shop at Grove Arcade has closed, and more.
Zillicoah Beer has invited about 30 breweries to participate, and is partnering with Buxton Hall BBQ on food.
Beginning on Jan. 1, 2020, the center will be known as the Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville.
Also, here's some guidance on whether it is legal for craft brewers to mix industrial hemp products with their alcoholic beverages.
Brother Wolf plans two hold two community forums to address concerns, with the first one set for Monday (April 29) at Highland Brewing.
Also, a new restaurant called Harvest Pizzeria is planned for the Asheville South Slope, and more.
Look for the details of a farewell party to be posted soon.
Also, the new Save Me The Waltz Bar in the basement of the S&W Building is planning to open later this month, and more.
Earlier this year, Nantahala Brewing received approval to open a Sylva taproom.
Also, there's a new shooting range open in Waynesville, and more.
With a lounge area, back patio and plenty of affordable wines, Cork & Craft wants to make their Haywood Road location as comfortable as possible for folks.
The World Equestrian Games, expected to draw half a million visitors to Western North Carolina, are just three months away.
Also, Green Sage has announced its opening a new cafe on Merrimon Avenue, and much more.
Also, the Asheville magic shop Magic Central celebrates 23 years in business on April 28, and more.
Also, Saturday is Record Store Day, and much more.
The company will reopen its tasting room on Friday to celebrate the new look.
Also, work has started on the new bar that's going into the former Kim's Wig Shop location, and more.
The lineup will include an array of styles and collaborations with other brewers, including Burial Beer, Asheville Brewing and Fonta Flora.
In the increasingly crowded world of craft beer, brands are working hard to stand out.
Jackson Underground Cafe has quietly opened in downtown Asheville, and much more.
Thirsty Monk plans to buy an existing brewery in Denver, as well as a popular beer bar in Portland.
The Nov. 4 festival will be held along Coxe Avenue on Asheville's South Slope, near Wicked Weed's Funkatorium.
Also, an HGTV social media post about an Asheville treehouse for rent via Airbnb has racked up more than 1.7 million views, and more.
Permits have also been pulled for additional work to prepare for an unspecified future project.
In other new, TEDxAsheville returns in September and advance tickets are on sale now for the Mountain State Fair.
Asheville musician Ian Ridenhour, as well as Third Eye Blind, will bring the entertainment, along with a host of other performers.
Brewfully, Brewed Clues, Brewpon and Brew-Ed Tours are three examples of how the craft beer scene is inspiring entrepreneurs.
Reaction, and some fallout, was swift.
John Silver hopes to begin serving beer in downtown Burnsville this spring.
Also, Hi-Wire has replaced a pale ale with a new IPA as a year-round flagship beer, and more.
A tasting room should be open to the public in spring 2017, the company says.
Look for educational panels, tastings and more at the second annual AVL Beer Expo, with tickets on sale now.
Also, a new Fairview brewery is opening soon, and much more.
Fans of the ever-popular beer were lined up at 10 a.m. on Wednesday to be some of the first to get their hands on Cold Mountain ale.
Tony Kiss will join Ashvegas in covering the release of Highland Brewing's uber-popular seasonal Cold Mountain ale later this week.
The latest round of newspaper layoffs is more evidence of the unstoppable decline in print advertising.
This year is the 20th anniversary of Highland Brewing's most sought-after seasonal.
Also, more details about the Devil's Night beer release event on Asheville's South Slope, and more.
Also, a Nov. 5 run and walk takes aim at prostate cancer, and much more.
Brandon Edwards is the brewery owner.