Brewery Passport - Asheville

Whether you’re in the area seeking adventure or a relaxing weekend getaway, our onsite amenities cater to a vast number of luxurious pursuits and active lifestyles.
Often called Beer City, USA, Asheville is one of the hubs for craft beer on the east coast. Boasting dozens of breweries (there are over 25 within city limits alone), there is no way to visit all of them in a day or even a week. We’ve only listed 15 of the breweries within city limits (and one outside), so for more information check out the Asheville Brewers Alliance, www.avlbrewers.com We recommend starting the day with a hearty breakfast at Restaurant 17 while you review your itinerary for the day. Then, we recommend a tour day of 3-4 breweries, allotting travel time between breweries as well as an 1-1.5 hours at each to enjoy a tasting flight. 
  • Burial Beer Company40 Collier Ave
  • Wicked Weed Brewing Company91 Biltmore Av
  • Green Man Brewery27 Buxton Ave
  • New Belgium Brewing21 Craven St
  • Hi Wire Brewing197 Hilliard Ave
  • Asheville Beer Company77 Coxe Ave
  • Catawba Brewing Co32 Banks Ave
  • Bhramari Brewing Company101 S Lexington Ave
  • Wedge Brewing37 Paynes Way
  • Highland Brewing Company12 Old Charlotte Hwy #200
  • French Broad Brewery101 Fairview Rd D
  • DSSOLVR63 N Lexington Ave
  • Twin Leaf Brewery144 Coxe Ave
  • Archetype Brewing265 Haywood Road
  • One World Brewing10 Patton Ave #002 
  • Pisgah Brewing Company  –  US-70, Black Mountain, NC
Pro Tip: Many of Asheville’s breweries are walkable to each other. When planning your trip, check to see what breweries are around your chosen destination. Pro Tip 2: If you’re on the hunt for food, many breweries serve their own, but a good number also feature food trucks. Check out www.avlfoodtrucks.com to see a comprehensive list of trucks and find out where they’re going to be.
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