We'd been walking and hiking in the area for days so by the time we decided to do some shopping in the quaint shops of downtown Black Mountain, I was pretty much done. A few shops in, I lured my husband into Black Mountain Ale House looking for a comfy bar stool and something cold to drink. They had literally just opened the doors, but once we made it clear we were just looking for something to wet out whistle, the bartender was happy to oblige. She was extremely friendly and very helpful despite the fact that she was also getting other areas of the restaurant ready for meal service. She was sweet enough to give me a few samples of local beers until I found one I liked. And did I mention that since it was Thursday, the pints were $3? Great deal! Their basement bar opens up into a gorgeous patio and I found myself bummed that we'd be out of town before dinner time rolled around. Next time we are in Black Mountain, we will no doubt haunt the Ale House again.
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