Celebrate Asheville Beer Week at The Farm
Featuring Pisgah Brewing and Leeda “Lyric” Jones
Come to The Farm, a gathering place, on Thursday, May 31 for an amazing evening of fine food, craft brews and live music. Craft beer legend Pisgah Brewing, has chosen the farm as one of the few locations to taste their limited release Asheville Brewing Week Hazy IPA as well as some other small batch favorites. The Farm’s Chef, Mike Ferrari has created some mouth-watering small plate dishes specifically paired for these special brews. We’re thrilled to have musical guest Leeda “Lyric” Jones join us. Let’s eat, drink, dance and be merry!
What’s Better than Food, Music and Beer at a Beautiful Venue?
Ticket price includes: entrance, music, food, and 4 beer samples; cash bar for add’l beers
Try Pisgah’s Special Batch IPA!
Pisgah has created a special Hazy IPA in honor of Asheville Beer Week. We’re honored to be chosen as one of the few locations to sample this limited production brew. In addition, guests can also enjoy other small batch releases: Blueberry Wheat, Vortex II (Russian Imperial Stout) and Cosmos (Belgian Baltic Porter).
For those who don’t know (and we can’t imagine there are many of you), Pisgah Brewing was founded in 2005. It is known for producing some of the most sought after craft ales in Western NC. Pisgah Pale Ale is a staple of the Asheville, NC beer scene.
Leeda “Lyric” Jones in the House!
Seasonal Small Plate Pairings
The Farm’s talented Executive Chef, Mike Ferrari, is a rising star in the Asheville culinary scene.
He and his team have created some delicious seasonal small plates specifically designed to pair with some of Pisgah’s best brews. They’ve been drinking and eating for weeks fine tuning each pairing. (It’s a hard job but somebody had to do it!)
Come hungry because we guarantee you’ll be delighted with the food.
We’re Thrilled to be Part of Asheville Beer Week
The Farm is proud as punch to be part of Asheville’s 7th annual Beer Week festivities! Events run from May 25 to June 2 so be sure to check them out!
The 2018 theme is “Grain to Glass”, showcasing local producers and incorporating small batch beers, educational events, beer dinners, festivals, film screenings, and dozens of other beer-centric indoor and outdoor shindigs. The biggest event is the Beer City Festival on June 2.Read more about it here . . .