Sneak preview of White Labs' kitchen and taproom
On Tuesday, White Labs gave News 13 a sneak peek at its upcoming kitchen and taproom in Asheville.
The facility, which is built in a century-old tobacco warehouse along Coxe Avenue, will produce 100 different yeast strains for use in beer, wine and kombucha.
White Labs says the location will also include fermentation-focused foods--along with 30 of its own craft beers.
"There's already a great beer scene here when we got here. So we are just wanting to add to it and make yeast and bacteria more available more strains more creativity and make this even a better beer town," said Chris White, White Labs' president and CEO.
The company says the restaurant and taproom will open to the public next Thursday.