Highland Brewing Company Wolfgang 1756 | Collaboration with Asheville Symphony Orchestra

12 March 2015 by , No Comments
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I freely state I do not care for lagers. However, when it comes to lagers I keep finding myself saying “except” a lot. Perhaps I’m becoming more accepting of a wider array of beer styles or, perhaps, breweries that I trust and expect great things from keep sending hits over the fence. On deck tonight […]

Welcome to Yee-Haw Brewing Company in Johnson City!

12 March 2015 by , 1 Comment
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We had heard some rumblings about this brewery up in Johnson City – awesome to see the press release and what they have planned. Check out the details below. Cheers (or Yee-Haw!) to Yee Haw! ————–PRESS RELEASE————– Yee-Haw Brewing Company Announces Plans  for Johnson City Brewery New Brewery to Open in Early Summer 2015 Johnson […]

The Black Abbey Brewing Company – Welcome to Knoxville!

8 March 2015 by , 1 Comment
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We’ve been very fortunate over the last year or so to have some awesome new brands move into the Knoxville market. Recently, The Black Abbey Brewing Company out of Nashville was introduced to our thirsty little town and I was able to meet some of the guys behind the beer, John and Carl. Subsequently, on a […]

Welcome Fanatic Brewing Company!!!

26 February 2015 by , 1 Comment

Many of us have been excitedly waiting to see when Fanatic Brewing Company will release their first beer. We now have our answer. Check out the press release below. Cheers to Josh and Marty! ————-Press Release————- Fanatic Brewing Company Announces Launch of Tennessee Blonde® Ale Knoxville’s Newest Production Microbrewery Releases First Product More Brands to […]

Starr Hill | Reviver Red I.P.A. | Robbie O’Cain

25 February 2015 by , 1 Comment
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My first experience with Starr Hill was several years ago. For those of you that remember the Pizza Kitchen on Northshore, I’ll never forget the Starr Hill sticker that was forever emblazoned on one of those smoker’s ash tray towers out front. I drank many a Starr Hill at the old PK before Starr Hill […]

Highland Brewing Wolfgang 1756 Symphony Lager

17 February 2015 by , 2 Comments

Pretty neat connection with beer and the Asheville Amedeus Festival. We haven’t had a chance to try the beer yet but it’s definitely worth a round. Especially if you’re in AVL for the festival. Props to Highland for looking for different ways to celebrate both culture and beer. Hopefully we’ll see this in East Tennessee. […]

Starr Hill Brewery | Welcome back to Knoxville

4 February 2015 by , 1 Comment
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Starr Hill Brewery is coming back to Knoxville! Welcome back! Always good to have another regional brewery in the area. Kick off events beginning next week in the press release below. Cheers! ——-Press Release——- Starr Hill Brewery is expanding its distribution into Knoxville, TN in early February 2015. “Based on Starr Hill’s success in Central […]

Tennessee Winter Beer Festival | February 21st, 2015

28 January 2015 by , 1 Comment
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It’s a cold miserable Tennessee winter and you are tired of being cooped up in your basement with your craft beer stash running low.  What to do? What to do?  Well we here at the KnoxBeerSnobs have the perfect solution to ease your woes.  Grab your piggy bank, smash it with that empty bottle of […]

Chattanooga Brewing Company

22 January 2015 by , No Comments
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There are many reasons to visit Chattanooga, but if you can’t think of any, I’ll give you one of the best – Chattanooga Brewing Company. Originally located on Frazier Avenue, CBC has expanded and moved right across the street from Finley Stadium on Chestnut Street. If you’ve tried their beer before, you won’t be surprised […]

Blackberry Farm Brewery | A Shiny New Brewery!

18 January 2015 by , 1 Comment
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It was late one evening as a few of us gathered in the back of The Market in Maryville. The store was closed, but we had been invited to a private tasting. Scattered about the tables of the Beer Den were several bottles, some with polished labels and some marked by hand with markers; test batches […]