Green Man Brewing
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.
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.
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.
A benefit to raise money for an Asheville firefighter battling cancer is Friday at Green Man Brewing, and more.
Asheville's longest-running beer fest is bigger and better than ever this year.
The $4 million South Slope expansion of Green Man includes a bottle shop and an upstairs indoor/outdoor tasting room.
It's another sign of the booming growth just south of central downtown Asheville.
Also, an Asheville family seeks crowdfunding support in the wake of a severe medical diagnosis, and more.
Alternate headline - "Graffiti in Asheville: it's still an issue."
Brewer/owner Mike Karnowski plans to only sell his beer in bottles, and does not plan on opening a tasting room.
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.
Also, a Burial Beer beer release and a series of events at Highland Brewery, including Saturday's Appalachian Shakedown music fest.
Jeremy Goldstein and his co-workers at G/M Property Group have been doing deals in the hottest part of downtown Asheville for years.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
This trend of seeking more extreme craft brews is getting out of hand. Summer is the perfect time to sip on a classic beer style.
The expansion will include a new warehouse for beer production and packaging, as well as a rooftop beer garden.
Also, New Belgium Brewing CEO Kim Jordan is in town today for the company's official groundbreaking ceremony for its new Asheville brewery.
There's a critical mass of development, both planned and underway, happening right now on the South Slope.
Kenny Powers drinks some Green Man!
The Planning and Zoning Commission plans to discuss Green Man expansion plans at its Aug. 7 meeting.
With one established brewery in the area and three new ones in the works, some are making the argument.
Look for bottled beer by March.
Well-written, insightful article on Asheville's food magic.
High praise from AC-T Beer Guy Tony Kiss for the new sour cherry brew.
The expansion is a big deal for Asheville's second-oldest brewery, reports Beer Guy Tony Kiss.
The Green Man expansion will allow the brewery to triple production of its beer.