Yes, all of our beers are naturally gluten-free! We do not use any grain or malt in the brewing process.
Yes, well-mannered dogs are allowed in the tasting room, they must be leashed at all times.
Yes, there is a wheelchair accessible entrance to the brewery through the glass RAMP studios door facing Broadway and also through the double glass doors at backside of the building. Van accessible parking spots are located in the back parking lot. If you need assistance, please call the Tasting Room at 828-505-2462.
Yes, and we offer a range of non-alcoholic options for our younger guests. We do ask that little ones stay with their party at all times.
Ginger’s Revenge can be shipped to addresses in North Carolina, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Unfortunately, many states do not allow direct-to-consumer beer shipping. Click here to see if your state is eligible. Click here to get beer shipped!
Yes! We offer 32oz branded growlers to fill with any flavor we have available on tap. If you bring in a personal growler, we are happy to fill that as well, but please allow about 30 minutes for us to clean, sanitize, and fill it.
On Saturdays and Sundays we have outdoor seating available in our dock space. In the colder months, we have large heaters outside to stay warm.
We offer a selection of snacks, such as popcorn, chips, and beef jerky, but we do not have a kitchen on site. We often host food trucks on the weekends, so check our events schedule to learn more.
We have not yet resumed tours, but hope to do so in the near-future as restrictions from the COVID-19 pandemic continue to loosen. Please stay tuned to our social media @gingersrev and sign up for our newsletter to be notified when tours resume.
You can place your order online or by calling 828-505-2462. Pick-up is available when the Tasting Room is open.
Gift cards can either be redeemed in-person in our Tasting Room or over the phone on days that the Tasting Room is open. Please call the brewery at 828-505-2462.
Our product is federally classified as a beer. The federal government considers organic cane sugar (our base fermentable) a “malt alternative”. Our hot process looks more similar to making beer; we just use sugar and ginger instead of malt (grains) and hops. Cider is classified as a wine because the process involves fermenting pressed fruit juice and there is typically not a cold side involved. We do not ferment any fruit juice.
We choose our ingredients for quality. Some of the citrus juice we use is not organic. We also buy local when we can. This often includes habanero peppers and the herbs we use in our Summer Herbal Series. All of spices and sugar are certified organic. The majority of sugar that we use is also certified organic expect for when we buy local ginger, which is soured from a farm that grows the ginger in greenhouses.
Ginger’s Revenge is naturally gluten-free. Common allergens: habanero pepper and grapefruit juice.
Original (per 12 oz.): 145 calories, 9.4g carbs, and 8.3g sugar.
Lime Agave (per 12 oz.): 158 calories, 14.9g carbs, and 14.4g sugar.
Hibiscus Lavender (per 12 oz.): 170 calories, 20g carbs, and 18.9g sugar.
Cranberry Herb (per 12 oz.): 190 calories, 24g carbs, and 23g sugar.
We do not conduct nutritional testing on our limited release small-batch ginger beers.
Our brewery and Tasting Room are located in the RAMP Studios, just north of downtown Asheville. RAMP Studios is also home to Spicewalla, French Broad Chocolates, and Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff. We’re proud to be sharing a space with these well-loved Asheville businesses! There is free parking along Broadway, and in between the two RAMP Studios buildings. There is a wheelchair-accessible entrance to the brewery through the RAMP studios door facing Broadway and also in the backside of the building.
We are partially self-distributed with the help of our amazing delivery/sales team, and partially distributed by Skyland Distributing Co (please note they only handle Ingles locations, Charlotte, Boone, Blowing Rock, and Hickory). Please reach out if you are interested in carrying our beer in your bar, restaurant, or grocery store.
Our products do not contain any preservatives and therefore need to be refrigerated to protect the integrity of the product.
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