Terminal Brewhouse

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Terminal BrewhouseTerminal Brewhouse
BEER AVG
3.65/5
Based on:
18 Beers
126 Ratings
Place Score: 92
Ratings: 49
Reviews: 27
rAvg: 4.12
pDev: n/a
Taps: 6
Bottles: --
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

6 E 14th St
Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37408-1201
United States
phone: (423) 752-8090

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @terminalbrew

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Place added by: BeerAdvocate on 01-17-2009

Offer growlers to go. Occasionally has cask beer.
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Photo of MOVERTON1284
4.28/5  rDev +3.9%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4.75 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4.75

Good location, but hard to park. Place is very cool and has several floors. Service was awesome and the food was top notch. They have about 6 beer choices, several of which were solid 4 out of 5. The IPA is very good as is the Stout. I would recommend this place when in Chattanooga

Photo of Hulud
5/5  rDev +21.4%

Love the brewpub, always stop by when I'm in the Chattanooga area. Great beers and great food!

Photo of einman
4.19/5  rDev +1.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4.5

Just happened upon this place while passing through and getting a room at the Choo-Choo hotel a block away. The service was excellent and the beers good as well. Nice vegetarian options on the menu which was a nice surprise. Would definitely go back here if ever in the area again.

Photo of badleroybrown
4.45/5  rDev +8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Had a sampler of their beers. They were all good beers. I am not a big fan of Scottish ales but theirs is not overly malty. The Maibock and Witbier were also good. My favorite was the Magnum P.A. (think Magnum P.l.). While I don't like all Cascadian Dark Ales(Black IPA), theirs is dark without being real roasty. A nice balance of hops. The Oatmeal stout is roasty for the style but very well done.

The John Deereman lunch plate was a nice combination of cheeses, fruits (strawberry, apple, grapes), meat(italian sausage, pepperoni), stuffed pepperocinis, and crackers/bread. It was all I needed for a meal.
The server (Leslie) was very friendly and helplful for a first time visitor to Chattanooga.

Photo of Tazz1962
4.23/5  rDev +2.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

My daughter plays travel softball and fortunately for me Chattanooga hosts several tournaments each summer and I get to go to Terminal Brewhouse. The building has a lot of history. It was a train terminal as well as a house of ill repute. The menue is one of the best in the downtown area. We enjoy the stuffed sandwiches that are huge and well worth the below $10 price. They have a good selection of the beer that they brew. My favorite is the Magnum P.A. I always get a growler or 2 to go while I am there.

Photo of KiltedCulinarian
3.23/5  rDev -21.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

My favorite little brewpub in Chattanooga. A multistory building, with each level being a kind of balcony looking down onto the shiny brass brew kettles, it has a lot of class without being snooty. Their selection of beers changes seasonally, but I haven't found a terrible one yet. They also offer growlers now too! Their food is not to the level of gastropub yet, but still a step or two above the normal sports bar fare. Prices are about what I would expect to pay in a college town, fairly reasonable, especially for the quality. Lots of history in this building, and well worth checking out.

Photo of MikeFromMarsPA
4.33/5  rDev +5.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Last week my husband and I took a 6-day road trip through the south and visited 27 breweries. Wednesday night was 4 stops in Atlanta and Thursday night was 4 stops in Nashville. On our way up from Point A to Point N we stopped in Chattanooga for lunch. Since Terminal had the highest ranking on BA, we gave it a shot and were not disappointed in the slightest. This place stands out in a town like Chattanooga, and would hold its own in a much bigger city with some real competition. (Sorry, Big River.) Considering how many breweries we visited and how many beers we sampled, this one definitely stood out.

The odd, triangular building was laid out into a good-looking and well-functioning space. Thursday lunch was a light crowd as this isn't really in the downtown office neighborhood. Thus the service was excellent. We happened to be telling the bartender about our beer voyage, and the guy down the bar who happened to be the brewer perked up and came over and told us all about the place.

Of the 8 beers on tap, he had free reign to play around with two of them, and he made some really great stuff. "Rock Out With Your Bock Out" and "Magnum P.A." would be two of the best beer names I've heard in a while, and they were both tasty. The menu had a similar sense of humor. I was debating several appealing options for lunch until a guy at a table nearby had a cheeseburger delivered. Suddenly I needed the cheeseburger, with bacon and mushrooms. I have a good number of bacon cheeseburgers in a given year, but this one didn't disappoint.

All-in-all, I would say that our experience here made me a little sad that I only get to Chattanooga about once every decade or so. For those of you that are closer, do yourselves a favor.

Photo of bamadog
3.43/5  rDev -16.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Another stop I got to make while in Chattanooga on business, I enjoyed this establishment and would make it a point go back there if I'm ever in town again.

Atmosphere: Standard brew pub/restaurant atmosphere, but the building itself was really cool and the establishment was at least 3 stories of used space, so that was neat. Big and open, it definitely had that refurbished factory feel that is nice for some reason when you're drinking a beer.

Quality: Quality was decent - the food was pretty much all local and they made sure you knew it on the menus. Beer was alright. I only had one (Belgian White) and it was solid, albeit a little thin (IMHO).

Service: Our waiter was a hipster and kind of a... well, you know... hipster. He was kind of rude and wasn't able to describe anything. The only reason he scored this high was because he was quick with the food when it was fairly busy, and I appreciate that.

Selection: Pretty wide ranging menu and about 8 different beers on tap as well as a full bar on the first floor. I wish I would have had more time to try more of their beers, but I was told that the IPA and Amber were very good as well.

Food: The food was good, but I would say that the portions were kind of small for a pub like this (however, they were probably more realistic as well since we're all kind of big boned in this country); the pizza looked great, and I wish I would have ordered it. Cole slaw and baked bean were excellent!

Value: Surprisingly reasonable -- not too bad of a bill when it was said and done -- I only spent $13 for dinner and the beer. I do wish I would have bought one of their sweet "Who is John Alt?" t-shirts, but alas, I didn't...

Photo of wisrarebeer
4.53/5  rDev +10%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Overall, I was very impressed with Terminal. In my opinion the beers are sub-par. Not poorly made, just lacking significant character, however, the food, atmosphere and value make up for the beers.

Definitely an alternative feel. I liked the oldness and open-air quality of the place although the first floor can be extremely tight on a busy night. Wide selection of food from veggie, to upper-scale presentation of trad dishes. The black bean veggie burger was one of the best I've ever had. Pizza pie was very good too with very thin crust.

First Tuesday of every month is 'First Firkin Tuesdays.' 7 Februrary 2012 it was the Global Warmer.

Photo of gordonbeersch
3.93/5  rDev -4.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

One of the few local places that brew beer in Chattanooga. The atmosphere is pretty laid back and relaxed on most nights, but it can be pretty crowded sometimes. I enjoy it more when I can go to toss back a few pints when its not busy.

The service is normally pretty good, there fast in getting you your next beer and very polite whether your just there to drink, or there for dinner.

The selection of beer is there year round brews like the maibock, white shadow, and magnum pa, which are all pretty good, and they usually are rotating one seasonal in. On the first Tuesday night of the month they do a one time only tap, which is cool. However since its a smaller operation, they only have six taps.

The food is really good, and they have a wide variety of food options. The pizzas are particularly good, but they also have some great snacking appetizers to eat while you drink.

The prices are around 4$ a pint, and the food is not too expensive either. So overall, this is one of the best laid back places to eat/drink good beer in chattanooga.

Photo of Bennettrox
4.3/5  rDev +4.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

My local favorite, long needed to review.

A - This was once a local terminal, so the name lives up. Lots of history and the pictures and shwag around the restaurant show its time. Three stories with a large brewery/basement - really love the outlay of this place.

Q - Everything here for the most part is top notch. Love the food, beer, staff, and establishment. They care about their product and you can recognize that.

S - 90% it's great. I go every now and then during the day and Deborah is always great to talk with and offers free tastings of the seasonals. Every now and then I'll get a bad egg, but that's expected with most establishments.

S - The beer has a daily offering of: Copper Ale, Whit, IPA, Stout, Bock, and a seasonal. Great selection all around. The food is also pretty damn good. I wish they had a bigger variety of dinner entrees but in regards to bar food it can't be beat. Some favorites are the hummus, nachos, and pizza bites for starters. For entrees I enjoy the 3 different beer infused steaks, homemade pizzas, bison burger, and a MUST try is the sweet potato fries. Also enjoy the sausage soup (forgot name).

F - Well damn I reviewed that above. Look ^^

V - Right on the money. You'll pay more are a nasty chain like Outback than you would at the Terminal. They are priced to compete and if it were any lower I would be a bit concerned.

A must visit if you're in the area. In fact, if you're in the area BM me and I'll buy you a pint! Cheers!

Photo of ArrogantB
4/5  rDev -2.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I stopped by this place while I was in Chattanooga and was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and the beer was not bad either. They have five or six staple beers and a rotating seasonal. The prices were fair and the food was pretty good. I ordered a italian meat pizza and an IPA to pair it with and it was really good. I think the pizza was $15 and the pints were ~$4. The only thing I did not like was that I could not order a half pint of beer. I would definitely stop back the next time I am in Chattanooga and get the sampler.

Photo of barrettf
4.75/5  rDev +15.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 5

Great brewpub! The beer and food is great! You can get a sampler of all of their beer or paired beer and cheese plates. They have food and beer pairings for everything on the menu, even the dessert. They give their used grains to a local bakery and they use them to make the bread that is served in the restaurant (sandwiches, etc.) They also use a local coffee company's beans to make their stout, one of their best. The first Tuesday of every month, they have "First Firkin Tuesday", a cask of specialty brew. Music in the biergarten on the roof and hops growing overhead.

Photo of FreeTibet
4.18/5  rDev +1.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Went into the Terminal Brew House last night with a few buddies while I was in Chattanooga for the night. I love cozy brew pubs and I really found this place an excellent addition to the Chattanooga scene. Great beer, and I have to say, the pot roast nachos were on point!

Very funky shaped building with three levels and quick service. Had a few Magnum PI IPA's and picked up a growler of the same. As mentioned before, the nachos were terrific, but thats all we ate. Nice atmosphere for us to chill and chat with each other.

They also have frequent growler cards which the barkeep stamped twice for my buddy when he realized he didnt get it stamped the last time he filled his up. Great service, cool place all in all!

Photo of cowardm
4.75/5  rDev +15.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 5

Having been disenchanted with other available microbreweries in Chattanooga, I was excited when the Terminal opened. We were sold on our first visit and now frequent the Terminal whenever possible.

Prepare for an atmosphere that even at its busiest isn't convoluted with loud televisions, rowdy Bud Light drinkers, or crying kids. The restaurant allows for a family environment, all the while maintaining a nice classic brewhouse restaurant appeal. It demands the laid back approach you might picture from a roomy pub and in that nature is a bit quieter. The menu warms you up to the place real quick with its humorous annotations and helpful descriptions.

The overall quality is fantastic. As a frequent diner I have found their service, food, and beer incredibly consistent and amazing every time. I am a server at another restaurant and would work for the Terminal in a heartbeat if I could.

The beer is to die for. From their perfectly balanced oatmeal stout (my wife's pick) to their bold and flavorful American IPA (my pick) their beer is unparalleled in my book. The Maibock is also quite special. Some beer just makes you happy. This is that kind of beer.

The service is always great. Servers are knowledgeable and personal while candid and helpful. You can tell they love the food and they love the beer.

The selection is pretty outstanding as long as you aren't looking for crap beer. The most disappointing thing about their selection is that they don't have more beers! (I know 6 isn't abnormal for a brewhouse, but it's just so good). They also have fully stocked bar with a great range of liquor and wine. Everything from the brands you know and love to organic and/or unique liquors. Food is also pretty diverse.

The food is excellent. The pizza melts in your mouth, the salmon is nuanced with flavor, the veggie lasagna delicious. My favorites are the mushroom soup and the pepper smashed steak (served in a maibock reduction). The festo bread is a signature appetizer and if they ever get the fried ravioli back you will just have to try them. The burgers and sandwiches are excellent as well! Side items are noteworthy: The sweet potato fries are a favorite and the spinach is way better than the stuff your mom cooked. Finish your meal with their sweet potato cheesecake. There really is nothing like it.

The beer is reasonably priced and the food is pretty reasonable as well. I'm pretty sure there's not an entrée over $15. Even the steak is only $13. You can go there, grab a delicious appetizer and try a couple of pints (responsibly) or go all out with an app, entree, and dessert. It's hard to find something you don't like, and the servers have always been honest about what they do and don't like on the menu.

In my opinion, this brewhouse is well worth the trip. With just 200 different beers I've tried, I can honestly say the Terminal has been hard to beat.

Photo of Boto
4.05/5  rDev -1.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This place is right next to the Choo Choo in the downtown area. Stopped in for lunch on a snowy Saturday. The ambiance here is great. It is in an old, odd shaped building. It is narrow and 3 stories tall. There is much exposed brick and beams everywhere. The waiter was very knowledgeable on the beers that were available. Everyone in my party enjoyed the beers very much. We all had sandwiches for lunch, and they were all top notch. The soup and sweet potato fries were also very good. According to the menu they source much of their food locally, and the freshness was evident in the taste. This place is well worth a try.

Photo of gomejar
4.2/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Went on a double date with some friends from college and decided to try this place. I had heard good things about it, and was definitely not disappointed.

A: On a saturday night in the dead of winter, this place was packed. The building itself was just really cool, with a very tight, cozy feel to it. Loved the wood finish everywhere. Only downside was that because it is so small, it was extremely loud and difficult to hear my friends voices.

Q: The food was very good. We had the festo appetizer, which was quite cheesy and delicious. I ordered the pepper smashed steak. The menu in the restaurant said the sauce was made with their Maibock, and it was quite tasty. The meat was cooked perfectly, and the side dishes (mashed sweet potatoes and creamed spinach) were also very good. Everyone else seemed to really like their food as well. The beers are also very good. I had the Maibock, Vanilla Porter, and Oatmeal Stout. Tasted the wheat as well. There were no disappointments in the bunch.

Ser: Our server was very nice and attentive. Even on a busy night, our beer and food was brought to our table very quickly. As soon as we finished our appetizer, our entrees were right there.

Sel: They have an interesting menu. Mostly normal pub fare but with a twist. If you like sweet potatoes, they do a lot with them, including very good sweet potato fries. They brew a good range of beers as well. Besides the ones mentioned, they have an IPA, APA, and an ESB, and from looking around the bar I saw people drinking each kind, meaning they weren't out of anything.

F: See above

V: I think the Terminal is an excellent value. The food is good for the price, but the real value is the beer. You can walk down the street to Taco Mac and find really crappy beer for the same price as a pint here. I say drink local. Better quality, better service, better value. You can't lose.

Photo of afordney
4.08/5  rDev -1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I've been excited that Chattanooga is becoming a beer town and this is proof of the trend

I'm always bothered by how dark restaruants are, but this is no darker than any other one. The exposed duct work and brick walls give it a cool feel, I love the corner booth with the curtains for privacy.

I haven't had a beer I didn't enjoy, it's always fresh as it's brewed in house and they offer a good selection for all seasons, I just wish they would keep the brown ale year round

The people are pretty well educated on the beers they carry, they do a good job helping my wife (not a beer geek) find something she'd like and they are all really friendly and slightly goofy which I always enjoy.

I wish the food menu was a bit bigger and note my previous complaint about the brown ale, but they have a good 6-8 beers available to choose from

despite the shallow selection of food, the carnivore (a pocket sandwich with sausage, pepperoni and cheese) will make you kill a man it's so good, sweet potato fries could almost be a desert. great food that gives you a reason to have more beer.

One of my favorite parts of chattanooga is that you can get good beer from the brewpubs for around $4 a pour, usually smaller than a pint, but still a good deal, the food is also reasonably priced.

Photo of meechum
4.45/5  rDev +8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

I chanced upon this place actually intending to go to the Chattanooga Choo Choo next door. I'm glad I found this instead. We had lunch on a Saturday a little late for a lunch crowd at around 2:30 or so and the place was not very full at all.

I loved the interior space...a 3 story triangular building where you can look down on the bar and brewing area. The interior was filled with rich woods and warm tones...very inviting. Background music played but was not intrusive at all.

The staff was well educated on their menu and were very enthusiastic about the beer they serve and you can tell it is a source of pride for those that work there. The menu was very good with many different dishes to choose from..and the quality was a step up from regular pub fare.

The beer was very good and I would put most of the styles I tried (I had the sampler platter of beer plus a full pint of the stout) as very good representations of their individual styles.

Overall, I thought that the Terminal was an excellent brew pub and one that the city of Chattanooga should be proud to have. It's a great place to visit and for those that are close enough to Atlanta and Nashville this should be a must stop when you can.

Photo of dstc
3.98/5  rDev -3.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

Stopped for lunch here while driving through town. Beautiful old building which they totally restored, they did a nice job. I sat at the bar and had great service, then again there was only me at the bar for most of my lunch.

Excellent menu with typical brewpub food plus some very interesting dishes. Had a stuffed portabella cap with braised cabbage and green been casserole. It was awesome.

I started with the Maibock, it was quite delicious, really enjoyed it. Then had the IPA, very good as well, nice enough for me to buy a growler of it to go.

All in all a nice lunch at a nice place. Worth the stop.

Photo of shivtim
4.38/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

We stopped in here after a day of hiking at Cloudland Canyon, and it was well worth it. It's in a beautifully restored flat-iron type building right by the Chattanooga Choo-Choo. The inside is a small triangular space with large windows, rich woods, and lanterns at the booths. Nice big bar and kind of an open area looking down on brewing equipment. Very cozy yet open. Clean, nice bathrooms, with waterless urinals.

The beer selection is small but well crafted. I had the vanilla porter, which was good. The food was fantastic. Delicious and affordable. The Southwest pizza was really really good, as was the chicken "stuffed sandwich," which was kind of like a nice stromboli but with a thinner and lighter crust. Great sweet potato fries too, and my friend said her salad was excellent.

Service was great. Our waiter was friendly, attentive, and prompt, without being over bearing. It wasn't very crowded (it was about 4PM on a weekday), so that probably helped. The bartender also seemed really friendly; some guys sitting at the bar were having a conversation with him.

This really is a fantastic spot, and I wouldn't think twice about making the trip up to here again from Atlanta. It's worth it.

*EDIT: Visited again a couple weeks later. Once again there was great service, great beer, and great food.

Photo of CpnYates
4.25/5  rDev +3.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

This place is too cool. I'll be the first to admit I am not into all these "green" initiatives but if you are going to be renovating a place, why not make it eco friendly and green. It just makes me feel bad that I will have to use up all that gas driving the 5 hours to get back down here, because it is just that good.

Anyhow I visited three times in the three nights i was in town. The service is very laid back, alot of very young staff, but they seem to actually care for their employer and be passionate about the brewery and brewing process. I noticed when asking questions i got an informed, casual, non scripted honest response. And when the food and beer arrived it was exactly as described.

And man what great food and beverage is served here, and for so cheap! Cheap as in how did they do it cheap, or they may be taking a loss on this cheap, or my favorite- lets have another pint cheap. I was really impressed with the quality of food and service for the price. A must visit.

Photo of asanders
4.9/5  rDev +18.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

I found this place while visiting the in-laws in Chattanooga, and was blown away. It is easily the best available local beer in Chattanooga (sorry Big River, Terminal cleans your clock).

I'll list the high points in the order they come to me:

First, this place pours honest pints. The glassware is traditional 19.25oz English pint glasses, and the pours are certainly 16oz, maybe more.

Second, there are 6 beers on the menu, which is a lot for an establishment of such modest size and recent inception. I had a full pint of two of the beers, and tasted two others.

The IPA was really, really good. A big west-coast aroma, nicely balanced, and an herbal bitter finish. Sadly, due to Tennessee's arcane alcohol laws, the bartender had to answer my question regarding the ABV with "It's 6%; that's what I'm legally bound to say" :-)

The stout was also fantastic. It was incredibly fresh tasting - the roasted grains were very present up front, and it had a nice bitter chocolate finish that reminded me of KBS.

I had tastes of the maibock and the ESB. Both were fine; I'm not a huge fan of either style. I preferred the ESB - it was immanently sessionable and the grassy English hops were strong in the finish. The maibock was nothing to write home about. Frankly, I wonder why they keep that on the menu. The bartender himself told me that many of the people who wander in say, "give me something that tastes like Budweiser." I can't imagine any people are ordering the maibock. I guess they want to keep one lager on the menu.

The service was great. The bartender kept giving me free samples without my asking. He was obviously excited about the beers, and was a good conversationalist.

The food was uch better than your usual pub fare. I had a barbecue chicken & mozzarella, onion, & mushroom "stuffed sandwich" (pizza dough wrapped around the sandwich fillings). The sandwich came with a side of sweet potato fries.

The prices were better than reasonable. All beers are $4, which is pretty hot considering the pours are 16+oz., and the quality is so good. The sandwich + fries was $8.

I look forward to visiting Terminal Brew House every time I visit the in-laws in Chattanooga!

Photo of thesyko56
4.15/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I loved this place! The beer was very tasty and the atmosphere was excellent. It is housed in a very nice three story building next to the famous Chattanooga Choo Choo. They are very eco-friendly and use local products in several menu items which is a major plus. The stand out at the terminal is the beer. Only $4 apiece and they are all, without exception, excellent. But as another reviewer pointed out the best thing about the Terminal is they only serve their beer. No Bud Light, High Life, or any other riff-raff. That is very ballsy but it works for them and that is all that matters. Bottom line it is one of the best places to visit in Chattanooga.

Photo of ectomorph
4.2/5  rDev +1.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Far and away my favorite brewpub anywhere nearby. Housed downtown right next to the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo in the old Stong building, the Terminal Brewhouse is sure to become a city favorite.

Eco friendly in more ways than I can list here, the owners of this establishment have gone to great lengths to maximize their space and minimize impact on mother nature.

Using local breads, meats, and cheeses ensures fresh and delectable dishes ranging from pizzas to the "Look what you did you little jerk" salmon sandwich.

What really sets the place off is the brew. The stout is chocolate donuts in your glass. The last time I was in they had 2 IPA's on tap as well as a Maibock (yumz) and a traditional APA.

The fact that you can't get a Bud Light there almost guarantees you will be surrounded by "like minded" people. ;)

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Terminal Brewhouse in Chattanooga, TN
92 out of 100 based on 49 ratings.