Asheville’s “Beer City” roots run deep—read about
the farmers, producers, and sellers who earn the city its nickname.
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Today’s holiday craft beers are descendants of winter beers made in Scandinavia and elsewhere in Northern Europe to celebrate the pagan holiday known in English as Yule.
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There currently aren’t enough hops produced in Western North Carolina to brew more than a few batches of beer. Hop farming is risky, labor intensive, and requires a large capital outlay.
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Western North Carolina has no shortage of craft brewers. But while the beer is made locally, most of the primary ingredients that go into it are shipped in from other states, or even other countries.