Dry towns where you cannot consume liquor and/or beer and wine in North Carolina

Beer, wine and liquor in the Asheville NC and mountain area

In some towns such as Black Mountain, you may order beer and wine at a restaurant, however, not liquor. Black Mountain does have an ABC store where you can purchase your own supply of all types of alcohol.

See where you can purchase Malt Beverages, Wine, and Mixed drinks, in and around the mountains of North Carolina.

North Carolina does not allow alcohol sales between 2am and 7am Monday through Saturday or before noon on Sundays.

Graham and Yancey counties are currently 'dry'. (source: Wikipedia). This may be a great move in Graham County, which  is home to the Tail of the Dragon, a stretch of 318 curves in 11 miles (18 km) of US Highway 129. It is popular with motorcyclists and sports car enthusiasts.

Mitchell County was one of the three dry counties in North Carolina, along with Graham and Yancey, but in March, 2009, the Town of Spruce Pine approved beer, wine, and ABC store sales.

Table of where you can purchase malt beverages, wine and mixed drinks in the Mountains of North Carolina


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