Twin Leaf Brewery will spare no expense to make high-quality, world-class beer. We value the do-it-yourself attitude in all of its aspects and are driven to seek perfection in all that we do.
We aim to be a community steward and meeting house. Our staff is engaging, passionate and seeks to leave our customers with a lasting impression of southern hospitality. We recognize our customers are our neighbors and our biggest champions. We welcome them into our home and are humbled by their presence.
Twin Leaf is located in the mountains of Western North Carolina. We have a deep love of all things outdoors including hiking biking and boating. We are on a quest to minimize our footprint while protecting and advocating for environmental conservation.
About Twin Leaf
Twin Leaf Brewery started as a passion and a dream by owner and head brewer, Tim Weber in 2006. Tim started home brewing while studying engineering and working as a part-time microbiology lab tech. The passion for fermentation quickly took hold and for the next 8 years, all efforts were dedicated to the art and science of brewing. Tim discovered Asheville in 2010, graduated from the American Brewer’s Guild in 2011, and finally moved to the Western North Carolina mountains in 2012 to realize his dream.
Twin Leaf Brewery is located in the mountains of Western North Carolina due to Tim's love of all things outdoors. When not brewing incredibly drinkable and exciting beers, the TLB crew spends their time hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, climbing, backpacking, and loving every minute of our small mountain town.
Twin Leaf is your friendly neighborhood pub. Dog and kid friendly with an engaging staff, it offers games and a cozy atmosphere for you and your friends to reminisce on the day’s adventures.
We focus on classic Belgian, English and American style ales and maintain a rotating line up of lagers and other adventurous styles. Balance, drinkability, and an engineered precision are at the heart of each one of our hand-crafted beers.
We are dedicated to the environment and continually strive to reduce our footprint. Since day one we have focused on including energy saving features in every part of the facility. We recently switched our electrical power source to wind power and have plans to install a number of large, rooftop solar panels.