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Beer in Asheville

8 Ways to Celebrate the Spirit of Oktoberfest in Asheville

When it comes to fall in Asheville , the autumn colors are brilliant and the beer is brewing. Raise a glass in the spirit of Oktoberfest throughout the season. You’ll find the fall season rich with beer festivals. Asheville has more breweries per capita than any other city in the United States. There are more than 30 breweries in the Asheville area. So, you’ll easily be able to get

Willkommen bei Asheville

Willkommen bei Asheville

The 3rd annual Oktoberfest hits the downtown streets of Asheville this Saturday, October 8, starting at noon. The event takes place on Wall Street and offers a variety of local beer , live music and your favorite German foods... bratwurst anyone? The activities planned include a keg roll, a stein race and a costume contest. Be sure to don your lederhosen for a chance to win great prizes. Polka

Oktoberfest Tickets On Sale Today

Oktoberfest Tickets On Sale Today

Oktoberfest , Asheville's salute to German beer, bratwurst and lederhosen, will begin selling tickets for their 2011 event today. This popular street festival is slated for Saturday October 8 in downtown Asheville . If you want to attend, then don't delay in buying tickets. This is a limited occupancy event and it is expected to sell out. Here are the details from the event's facebook page :

Asheville Oktoberfest Scheduled for Oct. 9

Asheville Oktoberfest Scheduled for Oct. 9

Beer lovers rejoice! The Asheville Downtown Association announced the schedule and line up for the second annual Oktoberfest celebration, set for October 9 on Wall Street in the heart of downtown Asheville. The festival will feature brews by Highland Brewing, Asheville Brewing Company, Pisgah Brewing, Green Man Brewery, Craggie Brewing and French Broad Brewing Company. Most of these breweries are

Oktoberfest Comes to Asheville

Enjoy a taste of old Europe and Asheville’s fabulous beer scene with the city’s first Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 10. Wall Street in downtown Asheville will host the fun from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. “Our Oktoberfest will mix Bavarian traditions with Asheville’s eclectic vibe,” says Adrian Vassallo, event organizer. He adds, “With Asheville’s recent recognition as ‘ Beer City USA ,’ the timing

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