Very art hipster vibe to this establishment; on the ground floor of an art collective. One small bar for seating inside, plenty of tables and chairs outside. Service was fair, nice and knowledgeable; I think they were training someone new the day I showed up. Selection is just their beer, but all that I tried were superb. No food there, but food trucks show up in mass on multiple occasions. Very reasonable pricing considering the the quality of beer you are drinking. The best micro brewery in town in my opinion. Beers are top notch, just wish I could take home more than just the IPA.
HisAirness (5) Washington, Washington DC | October 21, 2013| Updated December 11, 2013
Favorite place in Asheville. Amazing outside beer garden and patio.
Awesome place. One of my favorite breweries. Its on the river and they have a great ambiance. Right across the bridge,
Suttree (208) Knoxville, Tennessee | November 28, 2008| Updated March 21, 2014
We stopped by about an hour before the place was supposed to open but the owner/brewer was gracious and more than happy to pour us a couple of beers. It is in a dicey looking area, but the interior is clean and well thought out, if a bit cozy. There is a huge patio area, but it was too cold to sit there - we canít wait to go there when its warmer out. Really cool place.
This place has a great artsy vibe, at the bottom of a arts building district with nice wrought iron and statue accents you see as you walk down the path. Bar has a nice patio area, but the interior is really cool, marble bar top with all the brew tanks behind the bar. Eight beers on tap with good selection. Loved how you could get their beers in 8 and 16 oz pours, wish more places had that option. Bowls of shelled peanuts were everywhere and quickly replenished, I must say that was a nice touch and the nuts really added to the flavor of the beers.
This bar is fairly popular, but all they have is beer and peanuts. Luckily, the beer is good enough to justify the visit and theyíre in the art gallery district along the French Broad River so thereís more reason to go visit than just the beer. Also, if youíre lucky, the food truck with the crepes, tamales, and empanadas will show up.
Such a cool brewery. Located on the train tracks south of downtown Asheville. Sounds like they have 7 to 10 of their beers on tap at all time, but they only growler one :( Every night they have a food truck outside, and I think that is always a great option for breweries without their own food. A bunch of "scene" girls working there who knew the beer but also werenít too amped to talk while working. Polite enough though.
Very cool place in Asheville...especially if the weatherís warm...lots of outside seating...really neat eclectic look to the place. Good solid beers...not too many will knock your socks off or anything...and not a lot of them...but definitely a great place to hangout with friends and drink some good beers. I like this place...but not sure Iím sending a lot of craftbeer travelers here.
Narrowest brewery Iíve ever seen - I now understand why it is called Wedge. Cool little artist galleries in the building above the brewery. Nice tap list, and the beers were all very, very good. Place very, very quickly filled up at 5 PM, with loads of people hanging outside even in the winter. Peanuts available for nibbling. Friendly staff. Cornhole outside, they have really tried to make this a good place to hang out. And succeeded. My wife and I both really liked this one.
Fun, funky little taproom hidden in a warehouse district down by the tracks. The inside isnít large with space for about a dozen or maybe 20 people to find barstool spots. We hung out around a table on the porch with a scenic view of the railroad tracks, sipping on an array of well-made beers. I loved the vibe here, loved the free peanuts and friendly service, loved the beers. This was a highlight of a great Asheville beer trip.