Dirty Jack’s

23 Buxton Ave, Asheville
(828) 989-7453

Recent Reviews

B Mc

Great low-key smaller bar, nice outdoor seating area and a lot of different beer options on tap. Cool that this is the original Green Man spot.

Bruce Santorini

This is an additional location for the Green Man brewery in the south slope. Great beers for you to try.

Jon Monahan

Dirty Jack's is Green Man Brewery's tasting room. They have a great indoor space, as well as some seating outdoors. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable, and their beers were pretty good. They also sponsor a bunch of local men's soccer teams too, who frequent the facility.


Best dive bar in town and of Asheville's craft beer pioneers!

Maria O’C

Beer was good nice vibe to the place and very dog friendly. But what brewery does not do samples. We found this out too late after we thought we asked a for a sample. Sounds like an opportunity. Try this place but know what you want before you order.

Jenn Gingerich

Great experience, as an “out-of-towner” felt like a local at this bar.

Gosch Ehlers

Cool space. You can get food delivered from next door at greenman. Very dog friendly

John Frank

The bar you've been missing. Skip the corporate Green Man entity.

Jessica Miller

I had a good ipa but it was dirty actually. Sat outside.

Nancy R

Visit, you will enjoy! It's perfect!

Matthew Engleby

A little confused, isn’t dirty jacks the same as green man? Nevertheless, its a tasty but kinda predictable brewery. I had a pilsner, which is what this hot afternoon called for, and it was as expected. Light refreshing and according to style. Atmosphere is good with plenty of options for seating.

Dave Wilburn

Great place! I'm coming back with googly eyes for the stained glass though!

Richard Minardi

Really great no frills local joint! Love this place! People are nice and bartender was good guy! Great selection of awesome brews!!!

R Schmitt

Great beer with a cool vibe in the old taproom.

Dax Manley

Best establishment in all of Asheville. I’d spend all day here if it were socially acceptable.

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