Also, peeling paint on Coxe Avenue is being cleaned up, and much more.
There are a ton of parties to pick from. Here's a start.
Thirsty Monk plans to buy an existing brewery in Denver, as well as a popular beer bar in Portland.
Also, there's an industrial hemp entrepreneurial summit coming up later this month, and more.
Also, the LaZoom Room is set to open Friday, and much, much more.
The days have been gorgeous, the nights are getting cooler, and the calendar is buzzing with all varieties of fantastic events. Our beloved mountain town is increasingly the site of some of the best in arts ...
Thirsty Fest will be celebrated at three Thirsty Monk locations around Asheville.
The merger will be celebrated June 1 during Asheville Beer Week.
Also, there's a roving gang of street sweepers in downtown Asheville, and much more.
Try scarce and unique beers during this week-long beer festival.
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 festival ticket include bus transportation, locally catered food and beer offerings from a host of breweries.
A gaggle of nuns will jump on the LaZoom bus and hit stops all over Asheville to celebrate.
Also, Burial Beer is now offering a kick-ass jazz brunch on Sundays.
Also, a well-known WWNC radio personality dies, more Black Friday shopping stuff, etc.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
The former Thirsty Monk location in Gerber Village on Hendersonville Road will be renamed Open Brewing and will serve as an "open-source brewery."
Dozens of celebrants Tuesday night donned habits to mimic Sin City's iconic naughty nun.
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.
Also, Thirsty Monk plans a big-time hot dog eating contest for July Fourth, and much more.
Thirsty Monk will be offering more than 40 uncommon beers during this Asheville Beer Week event on Wednesday at The Mill Room.
Folks will see the future site of a Riverside Drive venue, the future site of a new Thirsty Monk brewery and Wicked Weed Brewing's new sour tasting room.
Last year, the Belgian beer bar opened a new speakeasy above its downtown Asheville location, as well as a new location in Biltmore Park.
And downtown, the Top of the Monk will host a 1920's Parisian soiree to celebrate.
The Thirsty Monk's newest location includes tons of communal seating and yet another cook speakeasy space.
The new speakeasy style bar will be on the floor above the Thirsty Monk Belgian beer bar in downtown Asheville. And there's rooftop access with a view.
The Thirsty Monk, already with locations in downtown and south Asheville, is looking north to Reynolds Village.
The popular Belgian beer joint is holding a job fair on Aug. 15.
Hi-Wire's first tasting event will be held on May 31 at the Thirsty Monk.
Tickets to this inaugural event cost $75 and benefit Pints for Prostates campaign.
Thirsty Monk downtown, Thirsty Monk Gerber Pub, and the new Monk brewery coming to Biltmore Park.
The People's Choice winner at Brewgrass 2012 at last debuts its brews to the public, and here's a peek at their menu.
The Thirsty Monk will move out of its current south Asheville location in Gerber Village and move into Biltmore Park by early next year.
Craftbeer.com's contest salutes bars showcasing diverse, innovative beers.
Here’s what you do: be the first to post in the comments on this post the name of the executive chef/owner of Curate, and you win two tickets to tonight’s awesome beer dinner that teams ...
If I was going to a beer dinner this week, I’d be going to this one. Check it out. Buy a ticket. Support your local brewery and independent restaurants (like Curate). And tell me about ...
Here’s the note from loyal reader Barry: Hi Jason, Wanted to make sure you knew about the Asheville Bar Hopper. It starts running today and will offer shuttle service between 6 and midnight, Thursday through ...