In Plain Sight and BomBassic headline the musical offerings, while special beer offerings will be available from Burial Beer, Fonta Flora, Zillicoah and much more.
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.
The 2013 opening of Ben's Tune-Up, its next door neighbor Hi-Wire Brewing and Burial Beer was a watershed moment in the development of the South Slope.
Also, Bad Happy Poutine restaurant has announced a grand opening date of July 17, and more.
Also, a bill to change the way Asheville City Council members are elected has been filed in Raleigh, and more.
Corner Kitchen Catering has closed, and more in this edition of the Hot Sheet.
The lineup will include an array of styles and collaborations with other brewers, including Burial Beer, Asheville Brewing and Fonta Flora.
Also, hike the Highlands of Roan this Saturday on a free walk led by the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy.
The food that comes out of this humble truck, bolted to the side of a brewery, in one of the most run-down parts of the city, is incredible.
There appears to be no end to the creativity of craft brewers.
Meet the author of "The Fermented Man," Derek Dellinger, who was brewmaster at Connecticut’s first farmhouse brewery.
Salt & Smoke and Sovereign Remedies are both in the running for "Brunch of the Year," says Stu.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
It’s time to put your toes in the water and your butt in the sand here in Asheville, as this weekend heats up! There are some amazing events to check out this weekend, from music to movies, ...
Also, Terpsicorps opens its newest show on Thursday, which is its response to HB2, and more.
Application deadline is May 9, with the first Moonlit Artist Market scheduled for June 9.
Also, the future of industrial hemp in North Carolina is in question, and more.
The move will allow Burial to hire 17 new employees, expand production, plant an urban garden and partner with a local restaurant to open at the site.
The property was once home to a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in the 1930s.
Owner Doug Reiser says he's looked at dozens of locations, but has yet to settle on one.
Stu's got a Thanksgiving Day run-down for you.
Also, a Burial Beer beer release and a series of events at Highland Brewery, including Saturday's Appalachian Shakedown music fest.
Also, Moog revives the analog synth, City Mac is robbed again, a photography studio open house and much more.
Burial Beer Company celebrated its expansion recently with the release of the first batch of beer brewed on their new 10 barrel system.
Also, Burial Beer is now offering a kick-ass jazz brunch on Sundays.
Beers from 25 breweries. Chef Elliot Moss cooking on site. Tunes by Hermit Kings and The Nude Party. South Slope rock.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
Both breweries are right at their one-year anniversaries in Asheville, and they're growing. Beer City USA, y'all.
The brewery plans to expand seating capacity, add bathrooms, double the number of taps on location and can some of its beers.
Burial's first bottled beer will be a barrel-fermented, barrel-aged saison. Burial has also purchased a new brewing system.
How Oskar Blues and Burial Beer had fun with a situation that could gone sour.
A one-barrel brewery and neighborhood taproom, Burial is coming soon to the "South Slope" area of downtown.
The new brewery will be part of the renaissance in the south-of-downtown area.
The vision of Burial Beer Co. in Asheville: an urban farm, brewery and public taproom.