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.
Asheville native Warren Haynes and his band kicked off the July Fourth holiday weekend in fine form by rocking the night away at Highland Brewing's Meadow Stage.
Also check out Keegan Avery on Thursday night at One World West.
Also, a new beer bar is open on Thompson Street, and much more.
Also, the Asheville Grappling Academy is planning to open, and more.
It's shaping up to be another great weekend on the Asheville music scene.
The company will reopen its tasting room on Friday to celebrate the new look.
Also, Blue Ridge Crossfit is mired in controversy, and more.
In the increasingly crowded world of craft beer, brands are working hard to stand out.
Triple Seven Brewhouse is the beloved Westville Pub's move into the craft beer business.
Also, 7 Ton Letterpress has closed, and more.
There's so much happening! Here's a roundup.
Also, construction plans for new apartments and townhouses on Haywood Road are coming up for review, and more.
Also, Mars Hill College was recently awarded a $2 million grant to help train nurses, and more.
Also, the annual Green Entrepreneur Showcase is set for May 18 and will spotlight BearWaters Brewing in Canton.
Also, Aloft Asheville Hotel wins a couple of big awards, and much more.
Here's a look at some of what's happening this weekend around Asheville.
Here's a quick look at some of what's happening around town, including Bike Love '17 and the season opener for the Blue Ridge Roller Girls.
A Primus show has already sold out, while tickets for St. Paul and the Broken Bones and Mac DeMarco go on sale Friday.
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.
This year is the 20th anniversary of Highland Brewing's most sought-after seasonal.
Asheville's longest-running beer fest is bigger and better than ever this year.
Also, White Labs is hiring in Asheville, Highland Brewing prepares to release cans of its Gaelic Ale, and much more.
Also, a host of new businesses are opening up in south Asheville, and much more.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
Also, Ingles is moving ahead with replacing its Smoky Park Highway store, and more.
Chef Liam Luttrell-Rowland, chef at the Edington Center and lead trainer for Green Opportunities' GO-Kitchen Ready program, is the special guest this week.
Ward and Smith attorneys Derek Allen and Hayley Wells offer details on what ALE and ABC officials discussed with mountain brewers.
Upcoming events include races, rides and a Brewing for Greenways beer-making collaboration.
Highland Brewing is making progress on building out new space for bottling, brewing and hosting guests.
The Mellow Mush crew crushed it with their "French onion soup" grilled cheese sandwich.
Also, a Sara Gruen reading and the Black Mountain College Re-Happening.
The dumplings and curry pork special were delicious, but please change the in-house tunes, Stu reports.
Also, there's a second trampoline park in the works for South Asheville.
Also, Catawba Brewing in Asheville is hiring, and an Oskar Blues beer dinner at The Edison at Grove Park Inn.
The event marks the end of a year-long 20th anniversary celebration of Asheville's Highland Brewing.
Here a few local beer ideas to go with your Turkey Day feast.
Last year, all the bottles at the brewery sold out in two and a half hours. This year, bottles will be released over three days.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
Also, Burial Beer to release a limited amount of a raspberry chocolate stout on Thursday.
Check out these photos from Worrell's recent appearance at Highland.
N.C. Beer Month events roll on.
A private dinner on Saturday was warm and understated. A public bash on Saturday promises four new beers and big fun.
Highland will also be introducing special bottle caps and new label and packaging artwork to celebrate.
Local chefs and specialty food producers will use bacon in sweet and savory dishes as they compete for titles like "Most Outrageous Use of Bacon/Pork."