Chattanooga suggestions.

Discussion in 'South' started by xBeer, Dec 4, 2012.

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  1. xBeer

    xBeer Initiate (0) Mar 10, 2011 Minnesota

    My wife is in town and has a small amount of time tomorrow to grab some beverages to bring back to MN. Is there anything available now seasonally that she should look for? Or anything you might have access yo that we do not in MN would work too. Thanks!
     
  2. bradfordjohnson

    bradfordjohnson Initiate (0) Jun 18, 2012 Kentucky
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    FYI http://www.seekabrew.com will show your differences.

    MY SUGGESTIONS:

    Green Flash
    Le Freak
    West Coast IPA
    Double Stout

    Oskar Blues
    Ten Fidy
    Dale's Pale Ale
    G'Knight (only one or two cans will suffice)

    Schlafly
    Tasmanian IPA (6 pack)
    Pumpkin Ale (may be out of season already)

    Terrapin
    So Fresh So Green Green
    Hopzilla
    Monk's Revenge
    Hopsecutioner
     
  3. elgiacomo

    elgiacomo Initiate (0) Jun 28, 2007 Georgia

    In Chattanooga, the best bottle shops are Riverside Beverage Company and Greenlife Grocery in North Chattanooga. Breweries available that aren't in MN are: Straight to Ale, Caldera, Yazoo, Marble, Sweetwater, Terrapin, Green Flash, Highland, to name a few.

    Beverage World just a few minutes south of Chattanooga would give her access to Georgia's distribution. Allagash, Dogfish Head, Lazy Magnolia, Duck Rabbit, Green Flash, Terrapin, Sweetwater, Oskar Blues, Port Brewing/The Lost Abbey, Smuttynose, The Bruery, Wild Heaven, and more...
     
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