Blunt Pretzels

It's Festival Season!  Find us at Events near Asheville.

We are happy to cater your wedding or corporate event.

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Did you know?

All of our pretzels are vegan and made by hand with 100% regionally sourced organic flour.

Why Blunt?

blunt
          adjective
          "uncompromisingly straightforward"

The dictionary nicely sums up our company ethics.  We do not compromise on the quality of our ingredients or the final product.  We also prefer straightforward communication within the company.  The English translation of 'German' might as well be 'Blunt'.

wholesale

Our pretzels are available wholesale to bars/restaurants, corporate events or weddings.

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Find our pretzels here:

Bars:

MadCo Brewing, Marshall NC

The Funkatorium, Asheville NC

DeSoto Lounge, West Asheville NC

Appalachian Alehouse, Pickens SC

Stores:

West Asheville Market, Asheville NC

Madison Natural Foods, Marshall NC

Roots and Fruits Market, Black Mountain NC

Meanwhile in Saluda, Saluda NC

Pot Pie, Weaverville, NC

Movie Theaters:

Grail Moviehouse, Asheville NC

The Strand at 38 Main, Waynesville NC

 

Home Base

Opened in Downtown Marshall.

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After seven years as a festival, wholesale and event bakery in Asheville, North Carolina, we are proud to have found a brick and mortar home at the former Pot Pie space in Downtown Marshall.  (Pot Pie moved to 202 Stone Ridge Blvd, Asheville, NC 28804.  Get Blunt Pretzels there!) 

 
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Excited about the storefront

Get your pretzels fresh from the oven.  Pick up Fermenti krauts and jars of Gibson Berry Farm jam.  Place bulk pretzel orders ready for the baseball game.  Rent the space for your farm to table dinner events or start your own line of value added products.  Endless possibilities - curious to see what it wants to be.

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A good place to work

This is a good space.  It has a clean feel and good flow.  It is also perhaps not the first establishment furnished entirely with found, scrounged and recycled objects.

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Still going strong at seventy

The oven is a 1950s Hotpoint Customline, much appreciated since it was already there.  

It's a pretzel!

Blunt Pretzels - The Real Deal

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