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Leah Wong Ashburn
What does it take to captain one of the oldest craft breweries in Western North Carolina?

Many entered their photos, 5 were chosen as finalists, and the people got to vote and pick a winner. Congratulations to Emily Young Hopson for being 2015's Mayor Of Brewgrass! Brewgrass goes down this Saturday, September 19th.

Have you seen that meme floating around the web? The one that says “Abs are cool, but have you tried craft beer?” Let it be known that you don’t always have to choose between maintaining your girlish figure and indulging at your favorite brewery!

Dozens of people tagged their Instagram photos all in an attempt to become #MayorOfBrewgrass 2015. We picked the 5 finalists, and now you get to vote and decide who takes the coveted title. Brewgrass will be here before you know it!

New Belgium Brewing’s annual Clips Beer & Film Tour is making the 12th stop of its 2015 circuit in Asheville this Friday, September 4. The free and family-friendly event will let you sit under the stars, take in films, and sample brews – all for charity.

Get to know Brewmaster and Professor at AB Tech’s Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast, Jeff "Puff" Irvin, whose goals include developing mind control, becoming a Bond villain, and placing students all over the country so he can always have free beer.

At 23, she became one of Asheville's youngest brewers, inspired by a family love of beer and the local scene paved by Highland Brewing. Learn about Katie Smith of Twin Leaf Brewing in Asheville's South Slope.

It is no secret that Asheville is most definitely a beer town. Beer City Festival is just one big party to remind us that just when we thought we knew the beer scene in and out, these breweries will throw something new at you to keep you on your toes.

If you are a beer drinker, there's probably not much holding you back from enjoying Asheville Beer Week and getting pumped for its finale – Beer City Festival on Saturday, May 30.

Asheville's Beer City Festival returns on Saturday, May 30th featuring beer tastings from members of the Asheville Brewers Alliance plus music from regional bands.

Get to know Josh Bailey, owner of Asheville Brewery Tours and partner in one of Asheville's newest brewing site, Bhramari, opening this summer on South Lexington Avenue.

Asheville Ale Trail sits down with Hollie Stephenson, new head brewer at Highlands, who you can also meet at their very first Scouting Party on Thursday, January 29th.

The Asheville Ale Trail talks with Anne-Fitten Glenn of Oskar Blues Brewing in Brevard, North Carolina about their new release – the Pinner Throwback IPA.

Raise a glass for the wild as we unveil Wild South IBA (India Brown Ale) – a special collaboration brew with Asheville Brewing Company and French Broad Brewing Company!

Walt Dickinson, owner and Funkmaster at Wicked Weed Brewing in Asheville North Carolina, tells us about one of the Royal Cache series beers: Divergence.

Oscar Wong, owner of Highland Brewing Company, gave us some insight to how he started, how he has maintained success, and what his hopes are for the future.

This beer originated in Central Germany hundreds of years ago where this light beer was brewed with slightly salty water. This style is perfect for the hot summer months...

The Bend and Brew yoga series from the Travelling Yogini offers weekly beginner-level classes at some of the city’s best breweries.

It’s the third annual Asheville Beer Week, a weeklong celebration of all things beer, and the Fonta Flora guys have brought 10 of their brews to town for the first time.

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