Customers can also purchase meat and cheese plates and sip a brew at the store's bar — or while shopping — owner Johnny Belflower said.
Beer store coming to South Slope brewing district Tasty Beverage Company of Raleigh will open a second store in Asheville Check out this story on citizen-times. Tasty Beverage was Raleigh's first specialty beer store when it opened in 2011 and it has found a market of thirsty customers, Belflower said.
The 4,500-square-foot store will stock 1,200-1,400 beers and offer pressurized growler fills. Share This Story! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.
Tasty specializes in American craft beers and Belgian imports, but also stocks beers from around Europe. Belflower expects that tradition to continue with the Raleigh and Asheville stores hosting joint releases. Belflower said he will open the store and manage it "until we get it off the ground. Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. The Asheville store will be larger than the Raleigh shop.
A link has been sent to your friend's email address. He looks to open in late November or early December unless there are unexpected delays. Asheville's booming South Slope brewing district will soon have its first craft beer and beverage store.
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The main Wicked Weed brewery and restaurant is a few streets over on Biltmore Avenue and Catawba Brewing of Morganton is also building an Asheville brewery in the South Slope neighborhood. ET Sept. Belflower won't be selling the big national beer brands found in grocery stores.