This Sunday, the New England Patriots face off against the Atlanta Falcons in Superbowl LI. Don’t have cable or just prefer to watch the game with a crowd? Here are some places along the Asheville Ale Trail that will be showing the Big Game:

  • Highland brewing will show the game on a projector screen and there will be Superbowl eats from Cecilia’s Kitchen
  • Head to the Hi-Wire Big Top for $3 Flagships, $4 Seasonal beers, super comfy seating, and a special menu from Foothills Meats
  • Prefer cider? Urban Orchard Cider Co. will have a nacho and hot dog toppings bar with gluten-free and vegetarian options available
  • Enjoy the Superbowl family style at Lookout Brewing in Black Mountain with a potluck
  • The Salvage Station welcomes ALL viewers…even if all you want to watch are the commercials
  • Pour Taproom (at their new location at 2 Hendersonville Rd) will offer $3 pint specials and baskets of delicious Homegrown chicken bites


Sports not your thing? Plenty of breweries are providing alternative activities on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Stuff yourself with pancakes and stouts at Pisgah Brewing for the 6th Annual Stout Hog Day – be sure to grab a pour of the Mole Stout!
  • Sanctuary Brewing Company in Hendersonville will be bringing back their adorable version of the Puppy Bowl in collaboration with the Blue Ridge Humane Society and Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
  • Relax and get away from the chaos at Twin Leaf for their monthy Suds & Savasana (aka Beer & Yoga) series
By |2017-02-04T20:21:25-05:00February 4th, 2017|Categories: Brews and Events, Events|

About the Author:

Mia Pedersen is relatively new to the craft beer world (she’s only been legally able to partake since 2012!), but she has been fully immersed ever since. She grew up in Delaware, just 15 minutes from the Dogfish Head Brewery, and knew early on what good beer was. When she turned 18 she moved to Florida to attend the University of Miami and graduated in three years with a Bachelors in Media Management and Philosophy. She ended up in Beer City in January 2014 and founded the Asheville chapter of Girls Pint Out (an organization for women who love craft beer) one year later. Her favorite beer styles are sours, coffee stouts, and double IPAs. Her other hobbies include thrift shopping and baking with beer.

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