Also, in case you missed it, the James Beard Award nominations have been postponed (there are several Asheville chefs in the running) and more.
Renovation work is continuing on the location of the new Riverside Rhapsody Beer Co. in Woodfin, and more.
Get out and have some fun this weekend!
The Nov. 4 festival will be held along Coxe Avenue on Asheville's South Slope, near Wicked Weed's Funkatorium.
Permits have also been pulled for additional work to prepare for an unspecified future project.
Also, Wicked Weed donates $75,000 to Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity, and more.
Also, Walt Dickinson of Wicked Weed thinks a "certified independent craft" seal on beer is a waste of time, and more.
Also, the city of Asheville has two finalists for its new equity and inclusion manager, and more.
Also, Duck Donuts is hiring, and more.
Also, White Labs is moving closer to opening its new tap room and restaurant on Charlotte Street, and more.
Also, the annual Green Entrepreneur Showcase is set for May 18 and will spotlight BearWaters Brewing in Canton.
Also, artist Jonas Gerard is set to celebrate 10 years in Asheville, and more.
Also, the owner of the Tasty Beverage bottle shop in Asheville announced it would stand by Wicked Weed, and more.
Also, the ginger beer brewery Ginger's Revenge will celebrate its grand opening on May 13, and much more.
Reaction, and some fallout, was swift.
Also, Wicked Weed has announced a new location for its big summer beer bash, and much more.
Participating restaurants will set fixed price menus for lunch and dinner.
Beer proceeds benefit two area non-profits as Wicked Weed, Hi-Wire, New Belgium, Wedge and Highland breweries help celebrate.
Commissioners also unanimously approved a rezoning request to allow redevelopment of the Lee Walker Heights public housing complex.
Also, UNC Asheville's men's basketball team is inviting the public to join them on Selection Sunday, and more.
It's another sign of the booming growth just south of central downtown Asheville.
No matter what the answer, Wicked Weed brothers Luke and Walt Dickinson answer the challenge.
In the note, N.C. ALE Special Agent in Charge Stacy Cox says no violation reports will be submitted to ABC regarding the Burning Can festival.
Stu and Scully get romantic, and chat about good first-date restaurant spots.
Also, a few notes on the first big beer bash of 2015 in Asheville and plans for a public forum to talk about tethering dogs.
HiveMind is just the latest in a wave of crafter brewers open, or planning to open, on Asheville's Beer Slope south of downtown.
Wicked Weed has brewed a 14% ABV Imperial IPA for the occasion.
Here a few local beer ideas to go with your Turkey Day feast.
A portion of proceeds of the sale of the Tributary Imperial Brett Saison will benefit the WNC Alliance's French Broad River Keeper.
The Dark Arts, a bourbon barrel-aged (for a year) wild imperial stout, is North Carolina's first beer brewed to the state's 15 percent ABV cap.
With increasing numbers of beer tourists and wider distribution, there appears no end in sight for beer production in Asheville.
Sour and farmhouse style beers will star at this Coxe Avenue location featuring 16 taps and two traditional hand pumps.
Fonta Flora Brewery in Morganton, which just opened a year ago, also won a gold medal for one of its beers.
Also, there's a big fracking forum today, and Sen. Kay Hagan and N.C. Speaker Thom Tillis had their first debate.
Wicked Weed plans to build a 40,000-barrel-a year-production facility in Enka-Candler and begin packaging its beers for sale outside of the Asheville area.
Check out these fun Ashvegas After Dark photos.
The brewery plans to expand seating capacity, add bathrooms, double the number of taps on location and can some of its beers.
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.
Stu describes a black could falling over the Wicked Weed paradise. Beware his liberal use of the f-word.
Sierra Nevada, which is preparing to open its new East Coast brewery in Mills River, also won.
A Gathering of Wild & Sour Beers is set for May 30 as part of Asheville Beer Week.
The 9,000-square-foot space on Coxe Ave. will allow Wicked Weed to locate a sour beer tasting room, offices and storage all in one place.
On Saturday, Wicked Weed will tap a Brett IPA it brewed in collaboration with New Belgium.
The commercial broker listing the prime location wants to hear from the public: what would you like to see here?
Another exceptional year in beer in Asheville, from Beer City USA poll burnout to winning at Wicked Weed and an Oskar Blues growth explosion.
Haywood Street Congregation, ABCCM and Western Carolina Rescue Ministry will benefit from the sale of a latte, wings and more.
Red hot Wicked Weed plans to celebrate its stellar first year in high style: a three-day blast that includes a bluegrass lunch and a ticked talk and tasting.