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Sweeping mountain views, great food, and lively music create the vibe in Asheville

50 Things to Do in Asheville

If you’re looking for things to do in Asheville, then consider this list your primer to the many activities available in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Whether you’re a first-time visitor, or perhaps well acquainted with the flair of this Southern Appalachia getaway, here are 50 ideas to help you see, do, and explore the best Asheville has to offer. #1 Downtown Asheville

Wai Mauna SUP Tour

Adventures on the Third Oldest River in the World

Things to do and see on Asheville’s French Broad River Asheville’s vibrant urban scene , gorgeous mountains , and cultural treasures may be what draws so many visitors to the area, but the French Broad River is arguably what allowed all these things to emerge. The river that flows through Asheville helped shape the Appalachian Mountains. The river runs from south to north (a little

French Broad Chocolate Lounge Stout Cake

They Put Beer in What?

Asheville’s beer culture goes beyond pints and pitchers of heady brew. From food to hygiene we’re finding new and unique ways to incorporate our favorite local brews into more than just a glass. Growlers Get your hands on some of Asheville’s most heady brew. Stop by beer boutique, Bruisin’ Ales , in downtown for the widest selection. Crooked Condiments

Copy of Oscar Wong and Leah Wong Ashburn - Highland Brewing Company

Asheville Beer History

The Evolution of a Beer Town Asheville’s beer culture all started back in 1994, when Oscar Wong, a retired engineer living in Charlotte, moved to Asheville and opened Highland Brewing Company in a rustic basement space below Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria in downtown Asheville. What began as a home-brew hobby became the first successful brewery operation in Asheville landing Wong his

Hi Wire Beer Flight

Beer Festivals

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA , and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves. Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or

Amazing Pubcycle Tour

Asheville Beer Scene Tours, Tastings, & Tips

Here are the top ways to truly experience Asheville's craft brew scene. Asheville Brews Cruise Get a behind-the-scenes tour of what's happening in Beer City USA. The Brews Cruise is your all-access pass and comes with your very own designated driver! Bruisin' Ales Looking for some expert guidance or micro-brew souvenirs? Check out this specialty shop on Broadway, which was