You may find quite a food truck or two at these Brewery's as well.
Brewpub in the front, production and packaging brewery in the back.
In addition to a full menu of affordable pub food, we offer 15 taps of beer brewed just a few yards from the bar. As Asheville’s first brewpub in the now brewery-centric South Slope, we’ve been slinging pizzas and brews on Coxe Avenue since 2005. Check out our huge covered patio or grab an inside booth to eat, drink, and check out the game on our multiple television screens.
Western North Carolina is known for its love of food and passion for great craft beer. At our Mills River Taproom and Restaurant you’ll find an abundance of both. Visit the Taproom to sample one of our 23 beers on tap, many produced just a few feet from the restaurant. Beers are accompanied by artful, chef-driven food focused on small plate, sharable, whole animal and farm-to-table dishes sourced mainly from local suppliers.
Green Man offers a legendary line of beers for your enjoyment. Locally brewed a few blocks from the pub, Green Man Brewery crafts the finest English-style ales in the region, under the watchful eye of the resident brewer, John Stuart. English and Belgian yeasts and specialty grains give these beers their unique appeal and distinctive style. Don’t forget to ask about the mustard!
The upstairs portion of the historic building hosts the full restaurant featuring elevated pub gastronomy, 16 of our beer offerings, and classic as well as creative cocktails.
Venturing further into Wicked Weed, the downstairs tasting room offers a more casual, yet in-depth introduction to the brewery. Here guests can select from up to 25 of our beers including cask, nitro, and limited releases. An abbreviated pub menu with full service.
Located in the South Slope Brewery District of Asheville, the Funkatorium is the East Coast’s first sour and funky beer dedicated taproom. Featuring over a dozen varieties of these burgeoning styles on draught, visitors can expect a full immersion into the old world way of experiencing and appreciating beer against the backdrop of Wicked Weed’s entire sour and funky barrel-aging program.
“Burial’s taproom will always exist at 40 Collier. There is no way that you could replace the aura of that storied ground,” states Doug Reiser, Co-Founder. “When we purchased the new property in 2015, we did so with the hope and dream of bringing a real, community-driven beer bar to Asheville. The goal is to connect Ashevillians with the great people (owners/brewers/employees) that make some of the best beer in the country.
From th sale of our first 5-barrel batch in 1999 to the christening of our new, 30-barrel Brew House in 2016, our mission has remained the same:
Produce drinkable flagship beers of the highest quality.
Create unique, small-batch beers inspired by our communities, folklore, and lifestyle.
Service our distributor partner with availability of product and support.
Educate anyone interested in craft brewing and craft beer.
Husband and wife team Jason and Carolyn Roy opened the original Biscuit Head restaurant in Asheville, North Carolina, to share their love of southern cooking, their inspiration from travel, and their commitment to local foods.
So much to see, so little time ....
Duration: 45 minutes | Ages 12+ | Complimentary
On this 45-minute tour of our production facility, we will navigate the entire beer-making process from raw ingredients through fermentation and packaging.
You will rub our aromatic, whole-cone hops in your palms, gaze in the window of our whirling mash tun and stand under our 800 barrel fermentation tanks. We will finish with an educational tasting of a few Sierra Nevada beers.
The luxurious family home of George and Edith Vanderbilt is a marvel of elegance and charm, as magnificent today as it was more than a century ago. Your self-guided house visit spans three floors and the basement. You’ll see displays of vintage clothing, accessories, art, furniture, and more that tell stories and illustrate the lives of the Vanderbilt family, their guests, and employees.
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