10 Asheville Breweries – Beer Tour Map

10 Asheville Breweries To Visit by AskAsheville.com

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Highland Brewing Company: 35.571062, -82.498190
Green Man Brewing: 35.588727, -82.553015
Hi-Wire Brewing - Big Top: 35.571010, -82.546052
Lexington Avenue Brewery: 35.596120, -82.553419
Wicked Weed Brewing: 35.591695, -82.551084
Bhramari Brewhouse: 35.591396, -82.551988
Burial Beer Co: 35.588049, -82.553796
Asheville Brewing Company: 35.591719, -82.555308
Oyster House Brewing Company: 35.578984, -82.588865
Wedge Brewing Co: 35.586144, -82.566320
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Highland Brewing Company
Highland Brewing company is the first craft brewery of Asheville North Carolina
12 Old Charlotte Hwy, Asheville, NC 28803
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Green Man Brewing
Green Man Brewery in Asheville North Carolina is one of Asheville's original breweries
27 Buxton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Hi-Wire Brewing - Big Top
Hi-Wire Brewing has a new location near Biltmore Village that is definitely worth a visit.
2A Huntsman Pl, Asheville, NC 28803
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Lexington Avenue Brewery
Lexington Avenue Brewery is has several brews on tap as well as lots of food
39 N Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Wicked Weed Brewing
Wicked Weed Brewing came on the scene and has grown tremendously with their craft beer
91 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Bhramari Brewhouse
Bhramari Brewhouse is one of Asheville's newest breweries offering great food and an outdoor patio
101 S Lexington Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Burial Beer Co
Burial Beer Co. has been around for a few years now and continues to brew some incredible batches of beer
40 Collier Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Asheville Brewing Company
Asheville Brewing Company started as a pizza joint, expanded to become a brewery, and offers some great beer choices
77 Coxe Ave, Asheville, NC 28801
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Oyster House Brewing Company
Oyster House Brewing Company is a little spot in West Asheville that you should check out if you are on that end of town
625 Haywood Rd, Asheville, NC 28806
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Wedge Brewing Co
Wedge Brewing Company is located in the River Arts District and is a must-visit in town
37 Paynes Way, Asheville, NC 28801

There is a lot of craft beer all around Asheville and Western North Carolina, but if you cannot drink them all, here are 10 breweries that you should definitely pay a visit to:

  1. Highland Brewing
  2. Wedge Brewing Co.
  3. Green Man Brewery
  4. Asheville Brewing
  5. Hi-Wire Brewery
  6. Burial Beer
  7. Oyster House Brewing
  8. Bhramari Brewhouse
  9. Lexington Avenue Brewery
  10. Wicked Weed Brewing

See the map above for a full list of coordinates and directions to guide you to each of these great Asheville Beer places.

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And See the Asheville Brewery page on AskAsheville!

Asheville Beer & Brewery Tours Galore!


As you may already know, Asheville’s hippie name is simply put… BEER! Breweries, beer stores, beer bars, desserts with beer, beer cycle, beer soap, beer battered fish & chips, beer ice cream and just about whatever else you can think of. I have not been able to find any beer cologne, but that is most likely coming soon. For now, just douse yourself with a recyclable bottle of certified organic farm raised brew.

asheville brewery tours

Asheville Premier Transportation decided to expand their business. They already had airport transportation, shuttle services, and smaller tours they were doing with the Lincoln Town Car; but then a van came into their lives, and with just a few small mentions on social media, the calls started coming in and booking brewery tours, corporate tours, and other exciting excursions around Asheville and WNC.

There are several other companies that do beer and brewery tours around Asheville and Western North Carolina, and it seems like all of them are doing pretty good. In Beer City USA, all you have to do is follow the beer, and you already have a head start on your road to success.

A Brewery Dream In Progress

nathan woods naked yeti brewing asheville

We spoke with Nathan Woods, who is the Head Brewer at Naked Yeti Brewingan Asheville brewery dream in the making. Here is what he said:

“We are hoping to become an established craft brewery in the next couple years. Our goal aside from making great beer is to join beer, friends, and adventure together. We are still working on a business plan and trying to nail down the perfect recipes. It may be a couple years before we are operational. We started brewing a little over a year ago and have taken off from there. Spending most of our time and money on research and development as well as expanding our equipment and moving forward. We began home brewing as a hobby, however, it would come to turn out that we are actually pretty good at it and got a little more than passionate about the whole idea. Over the years I realized I drank a lot of beer, and even more craft beer. I decided that I wanted a different beer, I wanted a beer that I couldn’t get anywhere else, so naturally I started brewing.

naked yeti brewing beer asheville

I do almost all of the research and brewing myself. I do have a couple of friends in marketing and graphics that have been helping me along the way. I also have a few friends that help out on brew day. I am always looking for people to help out with brewing and or cleaning. People love working for beer, which works out great for me! Our ideal customers are just like us. People that love good beer! We are also trying to find a beer for those that claim they don’t like beer. We are hoping to have an establishment with food, music, and a patio.

Personally love everything about brewing. From hops and grains through research and cleaning. All the smells and tastes are so enticing. We will become a full business, and have an establishment with all of our goals. Initially we will open the brewery and taproom, after that we will start development on the rest. When I was back in Pensacola, FL. I used a couple of home brew shops that were always willing to help out and give me the best advice possible. These shops were HopHeads and Gary’s Homebrew supply, both were great people who loved beer. Since moving up to NC. the best and most supportive shop I have found is Asheville Brewers Supply. They are great and offer a lot of information on brewing.

Right now all I can do is ask for support and help spread the word. Some of my favorite memories are having beer or four with some great friends and seeing where the night takes us. I want to be able to offer that to other people and be a part of that, and have my beer help them create memories and adventures.”

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