2020 Brew Horizons Sponsors

Sugar Hollow Solar

Sugar Hollow Solar has earned a reputation for consistently providing clients with high quality renewable energy systems. We’ve earned this reputation by following a philosophy that simply won’t let us cut corners. Our team has over 75 years of combined experience helping residences, businesses, and government go solar. Our office and shop is located just outside of Asheville in Fairview, NC.

Jay Grimmett Carolina Mountain SalesJay Grimmett – Carolina Mountain Sales

In 2009, Carolina Mountain Sales was established to meet a local demand for quality, full-service real estate services with a focus on serving buyers and sellers of distinctive properties throughout the Asheville area.
Our award-winning team of Brokers have diverse backgrounds to serve all of your real estate needs. We are dedicated to delivering exceptional service and building lasting relationships based on honesty, integrity and value.


Leap Frog Tours

Leap Frog Tours offers tours and transportation so you can to enjoy the beauty, adventure, and culture of Western North Carolina. Our tours offer exciting opportunities to explore the many different aspects of the area, from beer to art and everything in between. We’ll even develop custom tours just for you and your group. We also provide one-way or round-trip transportation services from Waynesville to Asheville and the surrounding area, including the Asheville Regional Airport. We’ll get you to your destination and back safely.



Green Built Alliance hopes to make this inaugural event the 2nd largest annual fundraiser for their nonprofit.

For more information on getting involved in Brew Horizons Beer Fest as a sponsor, contact us HERE.



Do you want a clean, bright future for Buncombe County? We do.

The Blue Horizons Project is all about making a clean energy future a reality in Buncombe County and preserving our skies and waters for generations to come. Here you’ll find information, resources, and tips for how we can all help make that happen.

Our demand for energy demands action

With a growing population and increasingly technology-dependent culture, the energy needs of Buncombe County have grown – and continue to grow – significantly larger. Soon, our energy demand will strain our ability to meet it. If our demand continues to increase at its current rate, in five short years we won’t have the capacity to meet it.

In our area, it’s winter that presents the greatest challenge. During the coldest days, the amount of energy we need to heat our homes spikes sharply.

There are two ways we could solve our peak demand problem: find ways to lower our demand or generate more energy. As much progress as we’re making in renewable energy, there’s more we need to do to solve our peak problem. But is it a good idea to construct another fossil-fuel power plant just to meet energy demand on the coldest winter mornings? We don’t think so. Not when there are better ways – and we have some.

Green Built Alliance

Green Built Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing sustainability in the built environment through community education, measurable standards and regional action in Western North Carolina and beyond since 2001.

Our Vision

We’re connected to each other through the places we call home, but climate change is affecting the areas we live and love. It takes all of us to build the future we want, and our nonprofit aims to model how a community can work together to create sustainable solutions. Together, we can make a healthy, hopeful, clean energy future a reality.