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There is good beer and bad beer. To maintain prices for good beer reasonably low, somebody must drink the bad beer. Thank you for the flow chart, which will certainly help to cheat unsuspecting consumers....

Or just follow your taste....


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There is good beer and bad beer. To maintain prices for good beer reasonably low, somebody must drink the bad beer. Thank you for the flow chart, which will certainly help to cheat unsuspecting consumers....

Or just follow your taste....


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I wanted to let you beer lovers know that there are some great beers coming out of Asheville NC.
Ashevegas as it is known in common circles is said to have more micro brews per capita than any place on the planet AND was endowed the title of BEER CITY USA for 3 years in a row.
How Does Lil' Ole Asheville Keep Winning the Beer City USA Poll?

A few of the popular companies products to look for that call Asheville home are any beer produced by:
Highland Brewing Company (my favorites: Gaelic Ale and Thunderstruck Coffee Porter)
Pisgah Brewing and (favorite: Pisgah Ale)
Home - Wedge Brewing Company - Asheville NC (Derailed Hemp Ale and Super Saison)
THese of course are just a few.....

Sierra Nevada brewing company recently opened up a monstrocity of a Brewery here and New Belgium brewing is in the process of building a brewery factory here as well.

If anyone likes to plan their vacation around beer and food then consider visiting us in Asheville as we have amplitude and altitude in both. Plus most of the breweries offer free customer friendly tasting tours. Asheville lies on a plateau between the Smokie mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains. THere is a lot to do here from camping to rafting annnnd drinking! and we have a great farm to table scene. Also lots of good music comes through. Oh yeah and the Biltmore estate is here as well for the bourgeois!
Have a great Turkey Day.

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A small comparison


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I wanted to let you beer lovers know that there are some great beers coming out of Asheville NC.
Ashevegas as it is known in common circles is said to have more micro brews per capita than any place on the planet AND was endowed the title of BEER CITY USA for 3 years in a row.
How Does Lil' Ole Asheville Keep Winning the Beer City USA Poll?

A few of the popular companies products to look for that call Asheville home are any beer produced by:
Highland Brewing Company (my favorites: Gaelic Ale and Thunderstruck Coffee Porter)
Pisgah Brewing and (favorite: Pisgah Ale)
Home - Wedge Brewing Company - Asheville NC (Derailed Hemp Ale and Super Saison)
THese of course are just a few.....

Sierra Nevada brewing company recently opened up a monstrocity of a Brewery here and New Belgium brewing is in the process of building a brewery factory here as well.

If anyone likes to plan their vacation around beer and food then consider visiting us in Asheville as we have amplitude and altitude in both. Plus most of the breweries offer free customer friendly tasting tours. Asheville lies on a plateau between the Smokie mountains and the Blue Ridge Mountains. THere is a lot to do here from camping to rafting annnnd drinking! and we have a great farm to table scene. Also lots of good music comes through. Oh yeah and the Biltmore estate is here as well for the bourgeois!
Have a great Turkey Day.


I do not know anything about micro brews per capita, but I have been in Bamberg a few years ago - and I remember the beer. Here is a small comparison:

Asheville: 76,000 inhabitants, 9 craft breweries
Buncombe County: ?
Bamberg: 70.000 inhabitants, 11 craft breweries
Kreis Bamberg: 61 craft breweries

In the beginning of the 19th century there were about 30,000 craft breweries in Bavaria. Today, there are only 622 breweries left. Here is a little picture showing the numbers over the last 200 years.

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And then we did not start arguing about the taste...

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I do not know anything about micro brews per capita, but I have been in Bamberg a few years ago - and I remember the beer. Here is a small comparison:

Asheville: 76,000 inhabitants, 9 craft breweries
Buncombe County: ?
Bamberg: 70.000 inhabitants, 11 craft breweries
Kreis Bamberg: 61 craft breweries

In the beginning of the 19th century there were about 30,000 craft breweries in Bavaria. Today, there are only 622 breweries left. Here is a little picture showing the numbers over the last 200 years.

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And then we did not start arguing about the taste...

Touche', I stumble corrected! Perhaps the "THe most breweries per capita in the world" is the ramble of many a sudz washed Asheville local.
BUT, the number "9" craft breweries is inaccurate. Asheville harbours 20 breweries not including cideries and not including Sierra Nevada which would make 21.

Breweries & Cideries | Asheville, NC's Official Tourism Site
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As for taste: Yumminess is on the palate of the beerholder....
Looks like a tasting is in order.....

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Portland OR has some of the best beer I have tasted state side.

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