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  • Groundbreaking Celebration: May 2 at The Grey Eagle

    Going up! We are starting our building process of our East Coast brewery in Asheville and want to celebrate with you!   In West Asheville, along the French Broad River, a 133,000 SF brewery and tasting room, where we will eventually brew 500,000 barrels annually, will be emerging.  We'll support upwards of 140 jobs at full build out.  Brewing will begin in late 2015, but the celebration starts now! Asheville, we plan to celebrate with you in fine style. Asheville-based rock, soul, gospel band David Earl and the Plowshares join us to get down with you! Tickets are ...

     

  • Community Design Event: May 31, 2013

    The City of Asheville and local design non-profits, Asheville Design Center and OPEN Asheville host this community engagement event on Friday, May 31 from 5-8 p.m.  Give input on the West Asheville Bus Shelter, Riverside Drive and two other River Arts District and West Asheville community improvement projects.  Have an idea?  Here's a great place to SPEAK UP and be heard!

     

  • Sour Beer Symposium: Asheville

    We had a packed house Thursday, May 2, at the --as yet to be opened--Top of the Monk with about 60 attendees and some of our North Carolina team, as well as Sensory Specialist, Lauren Salazar from Fort Collins.  Here's a fun interview with Lauren, that will give you a taste of the Sour Beer Symposium: Asheville...well, without the beer and experimenting to make your own sour beer! Hope to see you next time!  Special thanks to The Thirsty Monk and their great team! Lauren Salazar talks about sour beer as if they are her own children, giving them names ...

     

  • March 2013 Open House Summary

    A loosely estimated 800 people came earlier this month to meet New Belgium co-workers and partners who are supporting the process of building the brewery and improving infrastructure in our community.  Partners presented their collaborations with New Belgium around: bicyclist/pedestrian infrastructure, stream best management practices (BMPs), brownfield development, re-purposing deconstructed materials, bus shelters, spent grain re-use to support farmers and innovative technology, as well as the nuts and bolts of brewery design and truck routing. The room was full to the gills at Isis Restaurant + Music Hall and if you weren’t able to get to the event or had ...