Very relaxed with a walk up ordering counter and then a bunch of outdoor options for seating, corn hole, food truck. It was busy but they were very speedy and even let me order the IPA inside instead of walking around to the outside like the signs said. Small but varied selection of their own brews. No food- just peanuts or the food truck. Prices seemed average for Asheville.
Rustic exterior, no frills, just peanuts, corn hole and beer...excellent beer. Iron Rail IPA is a juicy malt forward beer super consistent. 3rd rail this year is liquid hoppy gold, take your time here though its a monster. Vladim Bora is the Raz. Imp Stout, that usually rings in the holidays and lasts through Feb. Over all the best beer brewed in Asheville currently in regards to consistency, balance and flavor. would like to see some barrel aged beers from these guys and some cask in the future to really send them into the halls of greatness.
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.
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.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | November 28, 2012
Small place located in the lower level of an art studio. Can be a bit difficult to find and I wandered around a little bit before I found it. Very small interior but a large exterior that would be awesome in the warmer months. Selection or 6 or 7 beers on tap. Prices were good, ~$4 a pint. I had 2 beers and both were very good. No food available from what I saw but I did see a list of food trucks that regularly stop by. Staff was friendly and I hope to be back soon.
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.
I like this place. Neat old school industrial warehouse environment right next to active rail lines. Have a beer while you watch trains roll by. Tons of hippies running around with their dogs and frisbies. Plenty of room to wonder around with your beer and they frequently have food carts on site. Fish Tacoís last time...Yum. Inside is nothing special but you can get many of their tasty brews. Relatively nice and knowledgeable people working there. I like stopping by every time Iím in Asheville.
I tried, but I just couldnít get into this one. Thereís no food. No waiter service. No air conditioning and itís ungodly hot. They do allow dogs, which is nice, but enough to overcome the shortcomings. Maybe I was unlucky, but they only had four beers on tap when I got there. It wasít worth the trip, really, other than to find new brews to rate.