Beer Houses in Asheville NC

  •  Highland Brewing Company Opened in 1994 as Asheville’s first brewery since prohibition, Highland Brewing Company began Asheville’s beer boom and is the largest local brewery, producing 15,000 barrels a year. Highland Brewing Company lives around the mantra: honesty, integrity, and respect which they try to show with every aspect of their business from the grain farmer to the grocery store owner. Thus creating a unique and authentic brewing process. 12 Old Charlotte Highway, Suite H Asheville, NC 28803 (828) 299-3370
  • Oyster House Brewing Company: Oyster House is the smallest brewery of Asheville and is known for creating small-batch, high-quality brews for beer and seafood lovers. Staying true to their name, Oyster House uses real oysters in the brewing process for many of their beers. 35 Patton Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 350-0505
  • Lexington Ave Brewery: Brewer Ben Pierson has created a stellar line up of unfiltered, naturally carbonated, additive free beers in LAB’s in-house brewery. They also offer great food, a number of original draft beers, and live music. 39 North Lexington Avenue  Asheville, NC 28801-2827 (828) 252-0212
  • Pisgah Brewing CompanyKnown for their quality and organic beers, Pisgah offers a number of high-gravity (more alcohol by volume) beers with a natural sweet taste. Pisgah also host a number of events and live concerts with their outdoor  and indoor stages. In addition to music, Pisgah has a full art gallery featuring local artist and their paintings. 150 Eastside Drive, Black Mountain, NC 28711 (828) 669-0190
  • French Broad Brewery: French Broad’s focus is to create traditional European style beers while still maintaining  the unique flavor of Asheville. French Broad also offers live musical entertainment and a friendly tasting room. 101 Fairview Road  Asheville, NC 28803-4301 (828) 277-0222
  • Wedge Brewing Company: Located in the River Arts District, Wedge Brewing Company near the train tracks, offers original style beers made with local ingredients.  125B Roberts St  Asheville, NC 28801-3128 (828) 505-2792
  • Asheville Brewing Company: Asheville Brewing company is known for the “infused” style beers. After the brewing process is complete, many of their beers are then infused with special ingredients (like jalapenos) to give them an added taste and a bit of a kick. 77 Coxe Avenue  Asheville, NC 28801-3621 (828) 255-4077
  • Green Man Brewery: Brewing Award winning ales since 1997, Green Man was founded in downtown Asheville, originally as a brew-pub. Dennis Thies, a beer industry vet, purchased the brewery in 2010. He expanded operations and made Green Man independent. With the help of John Stuart, Green Man has become known for consistent, traditional ales with a constant eye on quality. 23 Buxton Avenue  Asheville, NC 28801-4019 (828) 252-5502
  • Thirsty Monk: This pub provides customers with over 36 draft beer, 200 bottled beer choices and over 62 rotating tap lines. Many of which are locally brewed. Thirsty Monk also host a number of different beer events and even has a live online tap list.   92 Patton Avenue  Asheville, NC 28801 (828) 254-5470