New Belgium Brewing
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The big party is Aug. 25 at New Belgium's brewery on Craven Street.
The series of events includes a passport program encouraging folks to visit each brewery to collect Parkway Beer Passport stickers.
Move through West Asheville, learn about the area's history, collect cards and be eligible to win tickets to New Belgium's big anniversary party in August.
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New Belgium's brewery is set to open in Asheville in spring 2016.
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New Belgium is currently testing brewing equipment and plans to begin making beer before the end of this year.
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The brewery says it's still on track to begin brewing in Asheville later this year.
Upcoming events include races, rides and a Brewing for Greenways beer-making collaboration.
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Also, New Belgium Brewing CEO Kim Jordan is in town today for the company's official groundbreaking ceremony for its new Asheville brewery.
Asheville's Technical Review Committee meets April 7 to review the projects, including a large new south Asheville apartment complex.
New Belgium will celebrate with a party at The Grey Eagle featuring music by David Earl and the Plowshares.
Rod Murphy and Adams Woods are co-owners of Industrious Productions.
On Saturday, Wicked Weed will tap a Brett IPA it brewed in collaboration with New Belgium.
A massive new grocery store is taking shape on Tunnel Road, while New Belgium continues brewery site work on Craven Street.
Also, German brewers look to U.S. craft brewers for inspiration.
New Belgium is planning to build a brewery with a smaller ultimate capacity and other simplified designs.
Work includes concrete removal and trucking in tons of new dirt to raise the riverside location out of a flood plain.
The distribution center will have environmentally friendly features.
The de-construction of buildings on the site will continue through the end of May.
There's all kinds of construction and renovation work happening around Asheville.
A New Belgium official visited the site this morning as authorities continue to ask for the public's help in solving this arson case.
5:30-7:30 at the Isis with CEO Kim Jordan, and new GM Jay Richardson.
Skyland Distributing won a trip for two to Belgium, courtesy of the beer-maker.
Police think someone fired an air gun into a mini-storage unit at the site.
New Belgium will start tearing down warehouses on the site first, then move on to site preparation work.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction is the contractor.
The company's management won't change, but it's transitioned to being completely employee-owned.
A simple request from a neighborhood group: Explore Riverside Drive for delivery trucks.
The company reaches out to immediate neighbors of the new facility coming to Craven Street.
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His first order of business: Hiring the "Manager of Mothership Experience" in charge of visits to the tasting area.