12 Old Charlotte Highway
Asheville, NC 28803-9419
Phone: (828) 299-3370
Brewing Company rolled out its first beer kegs in December 1994. Built almost
entirely of retrofitted dairy equipment, our original brewery in downtown
Asheville could produce up to 6,500 barrels of beer per year. At the new
location we now have capacity to brew 20,000 barrels annually.
Green Man Brewing
Asheville, NC 28801-4019
Phone: (828) 252-5502
Green Man Brewing: Known
here by its nickname, Dirty Jack’s, it’s the brewing arm of the popular Jack of
the Wood English/Irish pub. Green Man has become a beer geek’s haven, with a
small bar and a handful of tables. A big-screen TV is constantly playing
international soccer matches. Most of the brews have a British vibe, such as
pale ale. And be sure to ask for today’s cask-conditioned selection.
Asheville Pizza and Asheville Brewing Company
675 Merrimon Avenue
Asheville, NC 28804
These sister operations share the same lineups of house brews and
food (pizza, burgers, sandwiches, etc.) But each has its own style. Asheville
Pizza and Brewing features a second-run movie theater, game room and family
atmosphere while Asheville Brewing includes a big patio, a liquor bar and a more
adult theme. Flagship beers are Shiva IPA and Ninja Porter.
French Broad Brewing Company
101 Fairview Road
Asheville, NC 28803-4301
French Broad Brewing Company is nestled in the mountains of Asheville
near Biltmore Village.
It combines a
working microbrewery with a small tasting room featuring live music. Musicians
play on a stage just a few feet from the brewing tanks, while visitors watch
from a handful of small tables. Trains frequently roll by on nearby tracks. The
music is free, but be sure to leave a tip for the players. The beers have a
European edge such as the creamy Gateway Kolsch and 13 Rebels Extra Special
Craggie Brewing Company
197 Hilliard Avenue
Asheville, NC 28801-3616
In November 2007, Bill Drew and Jonathan Cort partnered to create Craggie
Brewing Company, a hometown brewery, with passion for quality craft beer and
strong community values. During the Summer of 2009, the co-owners asked
Simone Seitz to join the Craggie family. In November 2009, two years after
its inception, Craggie (or two guys, a girl and a brewery, as Bill refers to
the team) opened its doors for business with significant local support and,
some damn good beer!
Lexington Avenue Brewing - The LAB
PO Box 7303
Asheville, NC 28802
Good times await in Asheville at the Lexington Avenue Brewery. Relax a while
on our open air patio. Enjoy a craft beer and an incredible meal at the 92’
curving bar or a custom built dining table. Our Historic Downtown Asheville
building provides the perfect atmosphere. Brewer Ben Pierson has created a
stellar line up of unfiltered, naturally carbonated, additive free beers in
our in-house brewery.
Oyster House Brewing Co./Lobster Trap Restaurant
35 Patton St
Asheville, NC 28801
Asheville’s smallest brewery, it’s tucked inside the Lobster Trap restaurant
on busy Patton Avenue. This is primarily a restaurant, so seafood lovers
should grab something to eat (there’s an impressive selection of oysters,
which match up well with the house beers). The flagship brew is Oyster
Stout. Yes, oysters are used in the brewing, leaving behind a slightly salty
Pisgah Brewing Co
150 Eastside Business Park
Black Mountain, NC 28711
Pisgah Brewing Company is located in Black Mountain, NC about 10 miles east
of Asheville. We specialize in brewing hand crafted certified organic beer.
Please browse around to learn about our beer, where to find it and what it
means to be certified organic.
129-B Roberts St
Asheville, NC 28801
Based in an old warehouse in Asheville’s French Broad River
Arts District, the Wedge squeezes much use from a small space. Most of the
room is occupied by brewing tanks, but there’s also a bar and tasting room.
Many visitors take a seat on the old loading dock outside or at an inviting
patio. Asheville’s railroad yard is just a few feet away, and trains often
rumble by, adding to the ambiance. Flagship beers include Payne’s Pale and
the mysterious (and powerful) Golem Belgian Ale.