Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Asheville

Cool Places To Spend An Afternoon In Asheville

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Got a few hours of free time? Here are the best places to spend an afternoon exploring Asheville.

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    Try the chai! On 5/14/16 join Noble Cider at the South End Hops Fest in Historic South End Charlotte. The festival is held at 308 W. Carson Blvd and will have beer tastings, live music & food trucks. -- Third Rock Events via Foursquare
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    Great place, different to other w avl haunts, cider is heavenly. Nibbles are local :) -- Elizabeth Watkin via Foursquare
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    Schedule a tour to learn about the precise practices of fermenting ales with wild yeasts and bacteria, while viewing the 600+ barrels that are currently aging beer. -- James via Foursquare
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    Love the ESB! The rotating taps are great, which means there is always something new and tasty to look forward to! The L'homme Vert was fantastic, hope they bring it back sometime. -- Kimberly S. via Foursquare
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    Half price appetizers from 4-7p. Not sure if that's every day or was a special deal on the Friday I went. -- Stephen L via Foursquare
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    Homemade movies and beer tasting on the Green. Step into Asheville's way back machine Mr. Peabody. -- Reid Barwick via Foursquare
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    Thank you Catawba Brewing for sponsoring the 5/14/16 South End Hops Fest. The festival held at 308 W. Carson Blvd in Historic South End Charlotte & features beer tastings, live music & food trucks. -- Third Rock Events via Foursquare
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    The Fire Escape is unlike any beer I've ever had ... Spicy enough to leave a tingle, but you can really taste the jalapeños. One of my favorites in Asheville. -- Melissa A. via Foursquare
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    Beautiful park with great paths for walking and cycling! Awesome play yard for kids with a wooden castle! -- Bryan Slusser via Foursquare
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    The Genesis Blonde Sour is really nice and refreshing. They add mango, papaya & guava to the brew. It caught my eye because I like citrusy beers. 1st visit & 1st choice of beer. I'm hooked! Cheers! :) -- @LorenzoAgustin ☆ via Foursquare
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    They have toe tags on all their taps. Which is good because you may keel over from beer deliciousness. Check the hours before you go too, since it would be a great tragedy to miss a chance to sip. -- Roaming Gnome via Foursquare
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    In the winter, their Cold Mountain seasonal brew cannot be beat! They have the whole brewery give their input on what spices to use each year, so it is always different, and always delicious. -- Dave Olverson via Foursquare
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