It’s September, so that means Oktoberfest time! Find out why that makes sense, and get some recommendations of Asheville Oktoberfest beers to drink this fall.
Our brewery tours are postponed for the time being as we wait for the coronavirus pandemic to end. But, we will be back and ready to share delicious beer with you as soon as it’s safe.
Colonel Frank Coxe, the namesake of Coxe Ave in downtown Asheville, was one of the major names in the early history of Asheville.
Porter was the ancestor to Stout, so their relationship is a bit tight and can be confusing.
Our beer tours were named #5 in THE WORLD by TripAdvisor. Huge thanks to all of our tour guests for making this happen. Come check out our brewery tours in Asheville and why TripAdvisor thinks they’re pretty special.
January can be a tough month. The joy and festivity of the holiday season is over. The skies are pretty gray. The days are short and the temperatures are cold. Spring seems too distant to look forward to, and by the middle of the month midwinter blues have set in. This is a perfect time to try something new.
As the craft beer industry continues to evolve and mature, breweries are faced with new challenges. For example, how do you ever perfect a recipe if your customers don’t want you to brew the same thing twice?
Brewery tour season is in full swing here in Asheville! Come explore our breweries with us!
Our brewery tours aren’t just for summertime! BREW-ed operates walking brewery tours year round.
South Asheville’s newest taproom and bottle shop is days away from opening!