Oskar Blues Trolley

Oskar Blues set up shop in Brevard, NC in 2012, and they haven’t looked back since. Running at near capacity in just a few months time, Oskar Blues favorites (the signature Dale’s Pale Ale, Dale’s Deviant Ale, Old Chub, G’Knight, Gubna, Momma’s Little Yella Pils, and the infamous Ten Fidy.) are all canned right here in WNC, and all proudly bearing the “Brevard, NC” designation on every can.

Even though Oskar Blues is a little farther afield than some of the other breweries (especially if you’re in Asheville) we’re including information about OB’s tours this week because the also offer a free trolley ride to the Brevard brewery from Asheville on Saturdays and Sundays!

Tour times for the brewery are once a day at 4 pm, Monday-Thursday, and a full schedule of tours are available Fridays and Sundays at 2pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm. If you’re interested in taking the trolley to visit the brewery, you’ll need to meet at the pick up & drop off location for the shuttle, which is the Aloft Hotel (51 Biltmore Ave, across from Barley’s Taproom).

Here’s the shuttle schedule:
Saturday Only:

  • Pickup at the Brewery in Brevard 4pm
  • Arrive AVL for Pick-up / Drop-off at the Aloft Hotel – 5pm
  • Arrive Oskar Blues Brevard – 6pm
  • Departs brewery at 8pm
  • Drop-off back in Asheville – 9pm

You Brevard-folks are welcome to ride to and from Asheville on the trolley as well, so if you’re looking for a lift to Asheville, show up at the brewery about an hour before the scheduled pick up times above (ex: on Saturday you would want to be at OB’s by 4pm), and the bus drivers will communicate with Brevard passengers about return times.

For more info you can call (828) 883-2337 or email nctrolley@oskarblues.com.

What: Oscar Blues Brewery Tours
Where: Oskar Blues Brewery, Brevard, NC
Reservation: We recommend you call ahead if you’re planning for a larger group, but otherwise, walk ups are certainly welcome.

By |2016-12-06T09:37:28-04:00June 28th, 2013|Categories: The Weekly 6 Pack|

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Dan is a web developer, graphic communicator, beer lover and uncelebrated visitor to cities around the globe. His experiences lost in foreign alleyways searching for good beer have directly inspired the creation of the Ale Trail.

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