Asheville Ale Trail: a Gastronomic Photoblog

7 Feb

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You’re probably saying “What the hell? Why didn’t she write about all this fabulousness?” Truth be told, we ate so much and drank so much that it all kind of blended together. But it all looks so great that I had to share it anyway.

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3 Responses to “Asheville Ale Trail: a Gastronomic Photoblog”

  1. Dan February 7, 2015 at 6:06 pm #

    It all looks great. Did any one place stand out above the rest?

    • Patti February 11, 2015 at 10:23 pm #

      The basement of the Thirsty Monk was my favorite place. It was almost like an old speakeasy. Our favorite brewery was hi-wire brewing; it was like a large, open garage and it felt like you were hanging out with a bunch of your friends.
      They all had very different, unique qualities that were super interesting and pretty innovative.
      As far as non brewery, my favorite place was the Battery Park Book Exchange and Wine Bar. They had tons of books and tons of bubbly, and the cutest dog ever!

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