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DSSOLVR is more than just another secret society — DSSOLVR is an experimentation-driven clearing house for surrealist beverage concepts and design aesthetics standing in opposition to the boring beverage conspiracy. While we’re the most passionate about beer, the root of our curiosity lies in fermentation itself. To feed that thirst, we’ve been working with local and regional artisans of the non-beer kind, and are very excited about this side-venture we’ll be taking to Downtown Asheville. Read More



Twin Leaf Brewery

Founded in 2014, Twin Leaf Brewery is a 10-barrel brewery located in Asheville’s South Slope district. Twin Leaf is committed to supporting an outdoor lifestyle for employees and makes conscious efforts to improve the brewery’s energy usage to promote environmental conservation awareness. Their always-rotating selection often features flagship brews that locals and visitors alike have come to know and love, including the Luminosity Triple, Dark Matter Oatmeal Stout, and Juicy Fruit IPA. Read More


Thirsty Monk Brewery

Founded in 2008, Thirsty Monk Brewery currently operates a family of brewpubs in Asheville, North Carolina (Thirsty Monk Downtown, Thirsty Monk Biltmore Park, 2×4 Brew Pub), Denver, and Portland, Oregon. Thirsty Monk’s award-winning, modern-rooted Belgian ales are showcased in the company’s expertly crafted food menus, which include beer style-centric Food Flights, beer-paired burgers and hand pies. We strive to provide the area’s most expansive, unique and rare craft beer selection. Read More


New Belgium Brewing Company

New Belgium Brewing Company was founded in 1991 and is the fourth largest craft brewery in the United States. The brewery produces Fat Tire Amber Ale along with a host of Belgian-inspired beers. The 100% employee-owned brewery is a Platinum-level Bicycle Friendly Business as designated by the League of American Bicyclists, one of World Blu’s most democratic U.S. businesses, and a Certified B Corp. The brewery is recognized as one of Outside Magazine’s Best Places to Work, one of the Wall Street Journal’s Best Small Businesses and tops Bicycling Magazine’s Best Companies of Cyclists. Read More


Hi-Wire Brewing

Hi-Wire Brewing produces approachable and balanced beers in the heart of Asheville, North Carolina, the little circus town we call home. Find our lagers and ales in grocery stores, restaurants, and bottle shops across NC, SC, TN, OH, KY, GA and AL. Visit our four locations: the 27,000 square foot Big Top Production Facility & Taproom located half a mile from the Biltmore Estate, the South Slope Specialty Brewery & Taproom located in the South Slope region of downtown specializing in sour and wild ales, our Golden Belt Taproom in Durham, NC, or our newest Taproom in South Knoxville. Read More


Highland Brewing Co.

Highland Brewing Co. was founded in 1994 by retired engineer and entrepreneur Oscar Wong, establishing it as the pioneer of Asheville, North Carolina’s now booming craft beer industry. Today, we have capacity to brew over 60,000 barrels annually with room to grow. Proudly regional, Highland’s beers are distributed in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida. Highland is committed to quality and sustainability, boasting the third largest solar array in an American craft brewery. Read More


Green Man Brewery

The legendary Green Man has existed for centuries but it’s no myth that he’s been brewing great beer in Asheville since 1997. As one of North Carolina’s original breweries, Green Man has been producing some of the beer scene’s most iconic ales. Our offerings are consistently recognized for quality and loyalty to traditional English styles. Additionally, our brewers strive to bring innovative and exciting new flavors to beer-loving folks. Read More


Catawba Brewing Co.

Catawba Brewing Co. has been an industry leader in Western North Carolina’s craft beer scene for two decades. From humble beginnings, the business has grown exponentially to become a major craft beer supplier across five states. Catawba now operates breweries and tasting rooms in three NC cities — Morganton, Asheville, and Charlotte — embracing a hybrid wholesale/retail strategy. With the 2018 acquisition of Palmetto Brewing Co. in Charleston, SC, the Pyatt family hobby has spawned one of the Southeast’s largest and most diverse craft brewing entities. Read More


Burial Beer Co.

Hailing out of the South Slope of Asheville, Burial Beer Co. crafts a range of beers from Belgian-inspired ales to bold American styles. Dedicated to creativity and modernization, all while staying true to tradition and preservation, the brewery began its life as a one-barrel system in 2013 that quickly grew to a ten-barrel production in just over a year. By 2017, Burial had earned the award for “America’s Best IPA” from Draft Magazine and “#1 Saison” from Paste Magazine. Today, they distribute to North Carolina, Georgia, and New York. Read More

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