Brews Vs. Bubbles for New Years in Asheville

New Years Eve in Beer City, USA? .. then the hardest question is: what will
fill your glass as you raise a toast to the new year: a craft brew or grapey
bubbles? {you can tell I’m a bit partial, yeah?} The Asheville Concierge Team has
a guide for how you may toast the new year in beer city style:
{New Years Eve Beer City
Celebration: Funk & Soul music with a $5 cover and Beer City brews}
101 Fairview Rd
{offering $2.50 pints but closes
at 8pm. A great choice to get your New Years Eve celebrations started!}
{Open for some delicious brews
until 10pm – then they suggest you head over to the Bywater, where they will be
dropping a ball bigger than the Times Square Ball from a 100 foot crane – talk about
a New Years Eve in Asheville!}
12 Old Charlotte Hwy
{not doing a specific New Years
Eve Celebration, but take the tour at 4pm and sample some delicious brews. Don’t
forget your donation to Manna Food Bank and your close-toed shoes!}
39 N. Lexington Ave
{The Krektowns will be merging
the sounds of psychobilly, screeching guitar and surf swagger to ringing the
New Year – say your toast with a pint of LAB’s newest brews!}
35 Patton Ave
{Enjoy Asheville’s best seafood
restaurant and smallest brewery with a side of bluegrass & raise an
Oysterhouse Stout in toast to the New Year}
Pisgah Brewing Company
150 Eastside Dr, Black Mountain
{ring in the new year with
organic beer & Phuncle Sam, a Greatful Dead Tribute band}
125-B Roberts St
{Will be open until 10pm – try the
Imperial Stout while you’re there… and have an imperial new year!}
91 Biltmore Avenue
{quite frankly i haven’t the slightest clue what Asheville’s newest brewery will be doing to toast the new year – do you?}

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