Beer Festivals in Asheville

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Asheville, NC was voted Beer City USA by readers of for four years in a row. As many more craft breweries relocate to Asheville and local beer aficionados set-up breweries here, Asheville increases in popularity for beer lovers.

This page offers a short description of beer festivals in Asheville and the months they occur. Asheville beer festivals usually charge one general admission price ($40-75) on average. Some offer higher priced passes with VIP perks. Beer festivals even have special passes and pricing for designated drivers, who will not be consuming alcohol. Many of the most popular festivals, such as the Brewgrass Festival and the Beer City Festival are usually sold out soon after formally announcements are made, so purchase tickets as far in advance as possible.

Winter Warmer Festival (January)

The Winter Warmer Festival is one of the newcomers on the craft brew scene in Asheville. Previous owners of the Brews Cruise (which takes visitors on a tour of local breweries) began this festival a few years ago to help ward off the winter blahs. Each year it has grown in the number of breweries participating and the number of attendees.

Beer City Festival (May)

The Beer City Festival is wrapped within the larger Asheville Beer Week events. The festival occurs on the Roger McGuire Green in Downtown Asheville. Tickets are $45 and available online. Nearly 40 breweries from inside and outside the Asheville region will bring their craft beer to the table for this event.

Brewgrass Festival (September)

An incredible lineup of first-class brews and an exciting lineup of first-class bluegrass music is what attendees will experience at the Asheville Brewgrass Festival, which features over 40 breweries and over 120 beers. The event’s history of hosting great national acts like the Yonder Mountain String Band and Tony Furtado makes this a beer festival that cannot be missed. Though dates and details have not been announced for this year’s festival, we will keep you updated as soon as announced. Updates can also be found by visiting the official event site.

Ocktoberfest In Downtown Asheville (October)

A little traditional German “oompah” comes to Western North Carolina when Ocktoberfest comes to downtown Asheville’s Woodfin Ave. Featuring classic German cuisine and seasonal and house beers from a vast wealth of local breweries, the event will feature live music, traditional Ocktoberfest games, and dancing in the streets.

Asheville has always been a great city for breweries, one of-a-kind beers, and fantastic art and music, and its reputation is only growing. Every year, locals and visitors come out to sample some new craft brews and attend Asheville’s lively events. Each year’s lineup of beer festivals promises to be fun and full of new brews.

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