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The Mondial De La Bière presents its 18th annual beer tasting event

The 2011 Mondial de la bière in Montreal.

Montreal's Mondial De La Bière is offering traveling beer enthusiasts a chance to sample and discover the best brews from around the world Wednesday through June 10. By showcasing 295 new beers and more than 700 beverages, this festival promises to school even the most refined beer aficionados in the art of beerology.

Participants are encouraged to dampen their palates with the featured flavors of Argentina's and Brazil's finest emerging breweries, though the festival flaunts a selection of beer, malts, and ciders from every corner of the globe.

"The Mondial de La Bière team is proud to offer beer for every tongue!" said Jeannine Marois, president and co-founder of Mondial de la Bière.

The festival will house 15 food kiosks for those who consider drinking and snacking an irresistible combination. Homemade salmon gravlax salsas, kangaroo meat, Belgian croque-monsieurs, and spare rib sandwiches are bites to prep taste buds and pair with the beers.

Other highlights include live music, workshops on beer and cheese pairings, and a round table conference on the challenges of starting a microbrewery in Quebec.

Admission is free and tasting coupons are $1 each.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


Beer Festivals in Asheville, N.C.

There’s plenty to celebrate in Beer City USA, and Asheville certainly rolls out the red carpet for its favorite brews. From the musically-inclined Brewgrass Festival, to the nine-day celebration of Asheville Beer Week, the parties are as unique as the breweries themselves.Festivals are a great way to introduce yourself to a variety of beers and to pick out that one ale, lager, stout or porter that will keep you coming back for another pour. And Asheville isn’t afraid to share the love — festivals welcome regional brewers from across North Carolina and the Southeast.  

*Please note: In 2020, events may be altered, postponed or cancelled as organizations and businesses follow state and local social distancing guidelines. Please check back frequently for updates.

  • Brew Horizons Beer Fest, February 2021 (Dates TBA), U.S. Cellular Center, Downtown Asheville

The Brew Horizons Beer Fest gives you the chance to enjoy craft beverages form a variety of Western North Carolina&aposs best breweries and cideries. You&aposll be able to taste artisanal food and experience arts and crafts vendors, sustainability education areas and live music. The festival is organized by the nonprofit Green Built Alliance, which also hosts the annual਌iderFest NC each fall, and serves as a fundraiser for the Blue Horizons Project community campaign.

Specialty beers get their chance to shine at this festival at Hi-Wire Brewing. Local breweries have the chance to show off their creative spirit and see if certain beers have what it takes to make their full-time lineup. No styles are off-limits as long it is a one-off product. Good food and good music also are highlights of the event.

With nearly 40 area craft breweries, Asheville is the perfect place to enjoy North Carolina Beer Month. Choose from a number of local celebrations throughout April.   

Asheville Beer Week, May 2021 (Dates TBA), Multiple Locations

Be a part of this festival which dedicates nine full days to celebrating all things beer in Asheville. Taste great local craft brews, pair beers with a smorgasbord of delicious food, and learn about brewing at events around town. More than 40 breweries participate.

Asheville Beer Week features the popular Beer City Festival in Pack Square Park, which celebrates the local brewing industry with taps from dozens of breweries and plenty of live music.

It&aposs an epic adult day camp! Get ready for fun and games including human foosball, hungry human hippos, silent disco, an obstacle course, keg bowling, costume contest and more. This is a single day event (no overnight). The festival offers a free shuttle to make sure you get home safely. 

In nearby Brevard, Oskar Blues brewery hosts a two-day outdoor beer and music festival. The event also raises money for the brewery&aposs nonprofit foundation, Can&aposd Aid. More than 50 breweries participate. Outdoor events like BMX bike riding, river paddling, and a beer relay trail run have been part of the lineup in past years.

The fall version of New Belgium&aposs traveling beer, music and bicyclesꃾstival which offers a one-of-a-kind way to raise money for local non-profits. In 2020, the festival goes virtual. 

Brewgrass has shifted its focus to the burgeoning music scene in Asheville. Your ticket gets you access to the great music. A curated list of  beers, ciders and ginger beers will be available for purchase. 

In 2020, the celebration goes virtual. In the past, Oktoberfest wasਊ festival when you could wear your lederhosen and hoist a stein in celebration! Sierra Nevada&aposs Oktoberfest featured great food, costumes, dancing, music and more. Theਊnnual celebration typically drew thousands of beer lovers!

  • Asheville Oktoberfest, October 2021 (Dates TBA), Pack Square Park 

Brush up on your keg-rolling skills for this fest, which transforms downtown streets into a traditional German party featuring tastings from local breweries. Live “oompah” music and local foods complete this fall tradition.

CiderFest has to be one of the sweetest fall festivals. Since it began in 2013, CiderFest has become North Carolina&aposs premier hard cider tasting event. In 2020, the event will take place throughout October with small group gatherings and virtual experiences. The਌iderFest Tours are small-group curated tours of three Asheville cideries that will be offered in partnership with local business Leap Frog Tours. 

Burnpile celebrates the harvest season with seasonally-inspired beers from more than 20 breweries. Many beers are brewed just for the event. The festival also features a strong lineup of live music performances.

In New York City they drop a ball, in Asheville (Beer City USA), we drop a keg! Join in this fun tradition to see a two-story golden, lighted keg descend at midnight to ring in the New Year. The keg drop party is free to attend. *Check back for updates.

Top photo by Emily Chaplin. Keg drop photo provided by Thirsty Monk.


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