We don’t. Our lot is very small so we save it for our team to have a place to park when they come to work. Their is street parking, parking garages and paid lots on Lexington, Hillard and Church street around us.
Bhramari is a Sanskrit word for bee (honeybee, black bee or wasp).
Our logo existed before we had our name. We loved the idea of a hivemind. So we built our beehive of many different people working in their own beautifully unique way to achieve the same common goal.
Our Asheville location has a full kitchen and we serve food every day.
Our Charlotte location doesn’t have permanent food yet, but we’ve got food trucks and pop-ups scheduled weekly. Check out our Event Page or Instagram for more info.
We are available to reserve for private events, we also have a full calendar of in house and outside events where you can catch up with us.
Check out our beer locator to find the closest place for you to find our products.
Fun fact: our head brewer has a list of possible names that he has been keeping and adding to for years, just waiting for the perfect opportunity to use them.
Our art comes from multiple tattoo artists near & dear to us. We love how their differing styles lend to the looks and feel of Bhramari.
We opened our Asheville location in January of 2016.
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No we are first come, first served. If you want to host a group larger than 20 people, please see our events page.
Yes we offer vegetarian options.
We host private and semi-private events at our Asheville taproom.
We allow leashed and friendly furry friends in our outdoor seating areas.
Yes, supervised children are permitted in all of our spaces.
At either taproom or online in our merch shop.
No, all of our parking is reserved for our staff. We are surrounded by street parking and the Aloft parking garage is a block away.
Please check our menus for up to date offerings at either of our taprooms.