Asheville brewery tours are amusing and educational, immersing you in the city’s brewing history.
During this highly-rated tour, you learn about the manufacturing process and sample a wide range of products.
Asheville was first named “Beer City, USA” in 2009, and it now has over 30 breweries (and counting).
The Great Smoky Mountains and the best breweries in the South have turned Asheville into a famous tourist destination.
These brewery tours in Asheville are ideal for anyone who appreciates beer and wants to learn more about it.
This article shares everything you must know before booking your brewery tour in Asheville.
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Downtown Asheville Guided Brewery Walking Tour
The city’s reputation as one of the best breweries in the Southeast is well-deserved, but the sheer quantity of options can be overwhelming for visitors.
This Asheville brewery tour brings you to craft breweries with behind-the-scenes access and plenty of tastings to see which ones are worth the hype.
Unlike other Asheville brewery tours, this one is led by a qualified cicerone, a beer specialist with years of experience.
DURATION: 2 To 3 Hours
Electric Bike Brewery Crawl of Asheville
They are Cycling to five of Asheville’s most famous microbreweries and stopping for a drink (or two) each.
You’ll be riding an advanced e-bike, so that hills won’t be an issue. You’ll try some of the most excellent craft beers in town and take up the local food and beautiful views.
This excursion is for beer and bike enthusiasts.
DURATION: 4 Hours
Asheville Brewery Crawl on the Party Bus
Asheville has a diverse range of breweries, bars, and even sake breweries.
We’ll go around on Asheville’s first-ever party bus for four hours, visiting at least four of our favorite breweries.
We’ll start with a short journey to Hi-Wire Brewing, where we’ll check out their unusual “big top” site in south Asheville.
Next, we’ll head over to New Origin, one of Asheville’s most intriguing new brewers.
We’ll then head downtown, stopping at one of our favorite breweries on the South Slope, sometimes known as Asheville’s “brewery district.” We’ll finish the journey at Wedge Brewing, located near our outpost in the River Arts District.
Because our bus is BYOB, we can keep the party going in between stops! I’ll be your party captain and your photographer, as we’ll be taking a camera with us on the trip to capture the moments! It will undoubtedly be the highlight of your trip to Asheville.
DURATION: 4 Hours
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