Some of the personal attacks verged on being petty and bitter as the debate Saturday night wore on.
Sour Fest will go from July 6-10 at Thirsty Monk's downtown location, and will have one-day celebrations at Biltmore Park and Reynolds Village.
The event will feature five beers- a Pale Ale, a Rye Pale Ale, a Belgian Blonde, a Porter - and the cult-favorite, Bent Creek IPA.
Residents are guessing that everything from a Big Lots to a new REI to a Biltmore Park like development is being planned.
The sandwich shop Which Wich is planning to open in Biltmore Park.
The Thirsty Monk's newest location includes tons of communal seating and yet another cook speakeasy space.
The walk/run is set for Oct. 5.
The popular Belgian beer joint is holding a job fair on Aug. 15.
The chain started in Louisiana and has grown from there.
Thirsty Monk downtown, Thirsty Monk Gerber Pub, and the new Monk brewery coming to Biltmore Park.
The 5,000-square-foot store is scheduled to open in May.
The Thirsty Monk will move out of its current south Asheville location in Gerber Village and move into Biltmore Park by early next year.