For the 2nd part of the Asheville trip we visited Asheville Brewing Company, Oyster House, Wedge and Lexington Brewing Company. In this part of the story we will be focusing on Asheville Brewing Company and Wedge.
The first stop we made on this new day of adventure was Asheville Brewing Company. After driving around a little we finally found it only to find it more like a restaurant then a brewery. Luckily, we were starving and thirsty. We started out with a sampler and some lunch. The favorite out of the sampler was the Red Light. The other beers were quite good as well. Overall there wasn’t really any beer that we thought that they should never brew again. The food was good as well. This was a good place to go to start off a day of fun.
The next stop we made was to Wedge. Now it was a good thing that we had directions because it is literally off a dirt road. The first look at Wedge it reminded me of the old Yazoo. Just an old warehouse building that had been retrofitted to be an artistic community. Again we ordered a sampler and were given a sampler of 6 beers. Out of the 6 beers we tried, our favorite was the IPA. One the unique points of this brewery was that the seats and all furnishings were made of old railroad parts. A really great and unique vibe was present.
So again if you are planning a trip these 2 places need to be on your list. In the last part of this trip we will discuss Oyster House and Lexington Brewing Company.