Ben & Jerry’s and New Belgium Polish off a Pint for POW

If there’s one thing that socially responsible B Corp businesses have learned, it’s that we can’t go at it alone. Never has the phrase “polishing off a pint” been so perfectly poised in any partnership for a delicious double-entendre. Collectively committed to making a better impact in our global communities, we proudly introduce Salted Caramel Brown-ie Ale ice cream, which will be featured in Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops as well as in pints across the country as a Limited Batch flavor this fall. Our partnered beer, Salted Caramel Brownie Brown Ale, hits markets in the next couple of weeks. A portion of the proceeds from the ice cream and the beer will benefit environmental non-profit, Prote...
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Footbridges Arrival: Oct. 20, 2015

Two footbridges will span Penland Creek (photo below), a stream revitalized by the City of Asheville and partners, that bisects our site. When you come to take a tour of the brewery, you’ll come into the Liquid Center and then these footbridges will lead you to where the magic happens. First, we need to get the bridges here. Bringing these large structures in requires police escort and DOT approval. We just received these approvals and apologize for the late notice. The two bridges will arrive around 7 p.m. tonight on 2 oversized flat bed trucks. They will come in I-240 W, to Exit 2 (Haywood Road), turning left onto Haywood, continuing around Beechum’s Curve and down Haywood Road, making a...
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History of Place: Craven Street, Asheville, NC

What do an aerialist, a cow and a radiator have in common? Our east coast brewery along the French Broad River in Asheville is an 18 acre brownfield site with a rich history. In September at Clips, we debuted the first of a series of films about our new home in Asheville. History of Place showcases the history of Craven Street and features some awesome local folks. These films are being made by Asheville’s very own, Industrious Productions. Honored to be here and excited to have you to our new home next Spring. Keep an eye out for more from this series as we open, enjoy!
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