From the blog

Beer, Food, Dogs & Views

May 25, 2016

What an awesome few weeks of hanging out at the Asheville Liquid Center tasting room! It’s amazing to have you and your friends stopping by and taking in the fresh views of the French Broad on our river deck. Here’s the 4-1-1 on how to have the best time possible.

Choose your favorite beer and order from our friendly LCers. We aim to give each person an amazing experience and we look forward to spending time with you!

**Insider Tip- Sour tapping schedule:
La Folie: Every Tuesday and Saturday
Transatlantique Kriek: Every other Tuesday
Tart Lychee: Every other Tuesday

Feeling hungry? Try out one of the awesome local food trucks. They’re here all day, every day. (there will be occasional switches in this schedule)

Monday: Appalachian ChicLocally Grown Southern Fusion
Tues: Out of the BluePeruvian Fusion
Wed: Gypsy QueenMediterranean & Lebanese Street Food
Thurs: El KimchiKorean Street Food
Fri: Belly UpSeasonal Tacos, Tortas, & Burritos
Sat: Melt Your HeartGourmet Grilled Cheese
Sun: Root DownCreole, Southern, Soul

Parking is available and growing. We are in the process of completing parking lot construction on what will be our employee lot. In addition to the lot on the south end of the property, usable now, our employee lot will be available for overflow parking in the heaviest guest hours, the evenings, once complete. Please leave bike lanes to the bikes and side streets to our neighbors. The City invested in a beautiful green and complete street on Craven Street, which includes parking spots and makes for a beautiful walk from your vehicle into the LC.

**Insider Tip: If you’re worried about finding a place to park, we encourage those who can to bike, walk or take public transportation to us.

Friendly, leashed dogs are allowed outside. Please keep an eye on your sweet pooch and ensure they are being fun and friendly guests as well!

Water access is available nearby. We donated the property between our brewery and the river to the City of Asheville to build the greenway, and they are working on future water access points. For now, you can take your boat out across the river at RiverLink’s boat access on the eastside of the river and walk on over to see us. We’ll look forward to continuing to develop great ways to get to us by bike, bus, boat and maybe even by your walking boots, as we continue to develop our campus.

Tours start later this summer

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