These classic Christmas beers from craft breweries pair perfectly whether you’re looking to share a bottle with friends or enjoy as you’re decorating the house for the holidays.Read More
Visiting Asheville Breweries
Asheville, North Carolina, is one of a handful of cities known as “Beer City, USA” and it’s a title this city has certainly earned. If you are visiting the area to discover craft beer, you’ll find many parts of the city are easily walkable. This allows beer lovers to responsibly explore the area’s many brew pubs and do brewery tours all while safely on foot and while not having to worry about transportation.
While the world around us is changing in new ways, the spirit behind this year’s American Craft Beer Week® is as strong as ever.Read More
Springtime signals the start of the brewery patio season for most of the country. Yet, the Nation’s collective goal of flattening the curve, a phrase used to describe limiting the …Read More
As Asheville Regional Airport grows with new destinations, Thirsty Monk is perfectly poised to host visitors to and from Western North Carolina.Read More
We’re talking to the leaders behind movements including #IAmCraftBeer movement, the Diverse Beer Writers Initiative, and Beer. Diversity. to examine where they gauge the community is in the push for greater inclusion in craft beer and what we have to look forward to in 2020.Read More
MORGANTON, N.C. – Catawba Brewing Co.’s legendary “PB&J sandwich in a glass” beer, Peanut Butter Jelly Time (5.7 percent ABV), will make its annual return to the Catawba menu on …Read More
Explore Asheville’s Beer Scene and More
Beyond craft beer, there is a lot to explore in the area. You should make a point to check out the city’s exciting food scene. Beer and food go hand in hand, and the city’s fantastic restaurants offer many great local craft beers on tap.
The mountains surrounding the city offer you endless hiking and camping opportunities. The French Broad River that runs through the city is also a popular area for people looking to spend a day on the water. If you’d rather keep your feet dry, you can enjoy a drink at one of the several breweries that offer great views of the river.
In eastern North Carolina, about 60 miles outside of the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill triangle, an old mill in the town of Rocky Mount houses a brewery incubator. The space allows a …Read More
CraftBeer.com—the Brewers Association’s website for beer lovers—released its annual list of Great American Beer Bars, celebrating establishments across all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico.Read More
Established breweries who are looking for the perfect place to build a second location are building farm brewery destinations.Read More
Find Asheville Craft Beer and Breweries
If you are planning to visit and explore Asheville breweries, be sure to make our CraftBeer.com Brewery Finder your go-to online search tool. As more Asheville beer purveyors open in town, you won’t want to miss hearing about any of them. Our interactive map is continually updated, making it easy to find places where you can drink and go on Asheville brewery tours. We know it can be hard to keep up with all that goes on in town, so let our brewery search engine locate Asheville brew pubs and breweries that interest you.
North Carolina Beer News
There are many exciting things happening in the Asheville craft beer scene, as well across North Carolina. Knowing the latest about breweries and brew pubs will help you plan a great trip that includes Asheville brewery tours, so continue to visit CraftBeer.com for updates on beer and brewery news across the state and Southeast.