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Farm to Village Dinner awarded “Fancy Meal of the Year” in Asheville

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An annual farm dinner in Biltmore Village has caught the hungry eye of one local food fan and his foodie followers. 

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Order Flowers for Loved Ones with the Gardener’s Cottage of Asheville

The Gardener’s Cottage, an independently owned floral and garden shop located in the Historic Biltmore village, is helping to send love this Valentine's Day by contributing 5% of sales to New City School in West Asheville. The Gardener’s Cottage is located at 34 All Souls Crescent in Asheville, NC, right next to the All Souls Church. In the age of eCards and rapid fire text messaging, this small business is looking to inspire a more personal way of connection through their elegant flower arrangements.

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Hi-Wire Brewing Announces February 2019 Beer Releases

Hi-Wire Brewing is sliding into February with three beer releases, including seasonal Aerialist Spring Lager, Man Eater Double IPA, and a draft-exclusive Bohemian Dark Lager. In depth beer descriptions, release dates, and distribution details can be found below, or you can visit www.hiwirebrewing.com for more information.

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Hi-Wire Brewing Announces Rotating Gose Series and December Beer Releases  

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Hi-Wire Brewing is adding a new twist to their popular Hi-Wire Gose year-round offering by moving the brand into a rotating year-round Gose Series. The new format will allow the Asheville, NC brewery to experiment with different flavor combinations to better reflect each season of this typically ‘summery’ style. The announcement wraps up what has been a huge year for Hi-Wire with no signs of slowing down heading into 2019. Check out the wide-variety of beers Hi-Wire Brewing will be releasing in December to round out 2018.

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Sweet Dreams, Full Plates Raises Record Funds for MANNA FoodBank

Hotels in one mountain town have raised more than just the bar for Southern hospitality.

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Biltmore Village Oyster Bar Shucks Franchise

A popular Asheville restaurant is shucking its franchise shell. Formerly Virgola, local owners Steve and Nan Klein have parted ways with their franchise affiliation to become The Wine & Oyster, an independently-owned restaurant in Asheville’s flourishing culinary community.

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Burial Beer Begins Built Out of Forestry Camp

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Burial Beer Co.’s newest wave of expansion is taking shape in South Asheville in the form of a new craft beer bar called Forestry Camp.

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Hi-Wire Brewing Announces January 2018 Beer Releases

Hi-Wire Brewing announced today their January 2018 beer releases including Death Defying India Pale Ale, a Cherry Flanders Red ale, and 12-pack cans of two year-round flagships.

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Hi-Wire Brewing to Release Two Sours at Inaugural NC Small Batch Festival

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Hi-Wire Brewing will be releasing two wild ales from their speciality Sour & Wild Ale program Saturday, March 4th in conjunction with their first ever NC Small Batch Festival, featuring over 20 North Carolina craft breweries.

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Catawba Brewing Releases Small Batch Belgian Tripel

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Catawba’s Belgian Tripel was inspired by the strong golden ales brewed by the Trappist monks of Flanders and Wallonia. The style is the newest addition to the abbey ale trinity (Dubbel, Tripel, Quadruple), having first appeared at Westmalle Abbey in the 1930s. It was said to be Belgium’s response to the growing popularity of pale colored beers in Europe. However, unlike the prevailing light lagers of the time, the Belgian Tripel utilizes a unique yeast strain, and roughly three times the malt of a standard “Single” – hence the name. The result is a style that helped elevate Belgian beer to a pinnacle once reserved only for the best wines of France or Italy.

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